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Is there software to manage FB groups, and groups of friends (assigning categories, etc)

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by punkinhead, Jun 29, 2015.

  1. punkinhead

    punkinhead Regular Member

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    I've gone from never using FB to thousands of friends, and membership in several hundred groups over the past couple months, and it's getting unmanageable quickly.

    What I need to do:

    1) Categorize friends: For instance, are they a dj? Radio, nightclub, or mobile? What city are they in? What style of music? Do they allow posting on their walls? Have they shared or interacted positively in the past? Have they deleted one of my posts?

    2) Use categories from #1 to quicly and easily tag groups of friends that match the criteria I need for that post.

    3) Categorize groups: For instance, what style of music? Are they moderated? Do they allow promotional links? Is it a low or high frequency place for me to post?

    4) Use categories from #2 to quickly and easily do mass scheduled rotating posts.


    I know there are tools for the mass posting part, but I was about to spend a couple days creating huge XL files which is a major pain, and realized it would be so much simpler if there was something like this that already exists and interfaces directly with FB so the basic data is already there, and easier to implement each time rather than tons of copy/pasting.

    Any ideas? Is this already a thing?
     
  2. BizFx

    BizFx Junior Member

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    I know a bot that might be able to handle all your categories. PM me
     
  3. coitza

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    can't say i've heard of something that can do all this categorizations, however it's an interesting idea, how do you see this done, manually at first and then just use the categories or automatically?