Are you wondering “How do I find a list of all of my Facebook groups?” or “How do I leave a Facebook group?” Now, it may be that all you have to do is look at the left-hand side of your Facebook timeline for a list of groups to which you belong. But some people, for privacy, don’t display that, and then they don’t know how to find a list of all of their Facebook groups. Here’s how.
The thing is, perhaps this wouldn’t matter so much if people weren’t able to add you to Facebook groups without asking you. But they can. Which sucks. So, it’s both a really good idea to check to what groups you belong every so often, and to remove the ones you don’t want to be part of.
So, here’s how to find a list of all of your Facebook groups, and how to remove yourself from the ones that you don’t want to be a part of.
First, make sure that you are logged into your Facebook account.
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Now, click on this link:
Once you are on that page, find the group that you wish to leave, and click on the settings icon to the right of its name; from the drop-down menu, click on Leave Group:
And that’s all there is to it! See? Simple, once you know how!
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