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John Bonini on August 27, 2019 (last modified on August 26, 2019) • 2 minute read
Do you and/or your team manage a Facebook Group for your company?
Good news. Starting today, you can track member growth from your group in Databox.
Specifically, you’ll be able to track and visualize 4 default metrics, including Total Members, Current Pending Requests, Member Growth, and New Members (with 2 pre-built visualizations) alongside all of the other KPIs that are important to your business.
Default metrics are ones that include pre-built visualizations, meaning all you need to do is drag-and-drop them into your dashboard to visualize your performance.
No code or design necessary.
I’ll show you how to do that below.
First, let me show you how to quickly get started via a pre-built Facebook Groups template.
Want a quick way to visualize member growth and engagement from Facebook Groups?
Next, you’ll be prompted to connect your Facebook Groups account.
Then, voila! Watch as your dashboard automatically populates with all of your group’s KPIs.
In the dashboard designer, search for Facebook Groups on the left side menu.
From there, you’ll be prompted to connect your Facebook Groups account.
Now, you’ll see a menu consisting of the 5 default Facebook Groups metrics available to drag-and-drop directly into your dashboard.
Drag-and-drop the desired metric anywhere you’d like in your dashboard. You can resize these Datablocks or even rearrange them once you’ve added more.
Then, your Facebook Groups data will automatically populate.
Now, if you’d like to add KPIs from other tools into this dashboard in order to create a comprehensive view of marketing and sales, simply click back into the left side menu to search for the desired integrationa you’d like to pull from.
New to Databox? You can create a free account here.
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