The Groups API is a collection of Graph API endpoints that let you read and create Facebook Group data on behalf of group members.
By installing your app on a group, a group admin can grant your app access to group content, such as posts, photos, and videos, and allow you to publish content to the group on behalf of the admin. Admins can also allow you to access publicly available information about group members who have chosen to share their public information with apps installed on the group.
Beginning February 23, 2021, the Groups API is introducing 2 breaking changes that will affect all versions for the API after 90 days.
In order to use this API:
This API requires App Review. To gain access, include the following features and permissions with your submission.
publish_to_groups(required if your app will publish data to the group on the member's behalf)
groups_access_member_info(required if you want access to group member public info. — see limitations below)
Group admins can locate and install your app as described in the Help Center, How do I add an app.
By default, personally identifiable information will not be included in API responses. For example, when requesting the content's of a post, the response will not include the name of the member who created the post.
In order to have a group member's default User fields included in API responses when available, the member must grant your app the
groups_access_member_info permission. This permission can be granted through Facebook Login or through the Groups UI. For information about how to use the UI to grant permission, see Allow or remove access to group apps in the Help Center.
View our reference for a list of available endpoints.