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Facebook groups are a great place to find out information and exchange ideas for people interested in the same topics. It also serves as a forum for discussion and feedback.Facebook Groups Integrations
Facebook Groups + SlackSend a Slack channel message for every new Facebook Groups post Read More...
Facebook Groups + Google SheetsAdd new rows in Google Sheets for new Facebook Group posts Read More...
Facebook Groups + GmailSend Gmail notifications when new Facebook Group posts are posted Read More...
Gmail + Facebook GroupsPost Message in Facebook Group for new Gmail email matching a specific search term [REQUIRED : Business Gmail Account] Read More...
Many businesses create a Facebook Group to promote their products or services as well as other business activities that directly or indirectly help them becoming a reputed brand in the market. However, posting content on a group requires consistent effort and time. Use this integration and put this process on auto-pilot. After setting this integration up, when a new email matching your search term is received on Gmail inbox, Appy Pie Connect will automatically post it to your Facebook Group, keeping your followers updated about the latest activities in your business.
It's easy to connect Device Magic + Facebook Groups without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.
Triggers when your form receives a new submission.
Triggers when a new event is created for a group.
Triggers when a new photo is added to a group's feed.
Triggers when a new status is added to a group's feed.
Triggers when a new video is added to a group's feed.
Dispatches a Form to a target Device. This is only available to trial and enterprise organizations.
Creates a new message post in a group's feed.
Creates a new photo post in a group's feed.
In today’s world, everything is done online. So many people use Facebook everyday, either for business or personal reasons. Some people may use Facebook just to stay connected with family and friends. Others use it to keep up with the latest news and information, while others use it to network with other interested individuals. As a social networking site, Facebook can do a lot of good, but there are many ways that it can be used for evil.
One such way is through cyber-bullying, which is defined as repeatedly sending hurtful communications to an individual. In this case, it makes it so much easier to bully someone because you can hide behind your keyboard or cell phone screen. It is easy to say something cruel from a distance, but if you were to say those same things face-to-face, you would probably regret it.
The sad reality is that cyber-bullying has become so prevalent that more than half of all students in grades 7-12 have experienced it firsthand. These students are now having to deal with the emotional stress of being bullied on top of trying to deal with their normal schopwork. This problem has become so widespread that two high schop girls started a petition to stop cyber-bullying on Facebook. The petition was aimed at Facebook, asking them to “stop allowing bullies to torment victims using Facebook” (“Banning Bullies From Facebook”.
The two girls who started the petition are Kassy Perry and Taleah Parrish. They wanted to take action against bullying on Facebook after seeing too many of their friends post statuses about how they were being bullied or harassed by other students. To make matters worse, these students were not getting help from Facebook administrators either, who often dismissed the complaints as “not serious enough” (“Banning Bullies From Facebook”.
After seeing that they could not get help from the administrators, they decided to start an online petition that would force Facebook to change its ppicies regarding cyber-bullying. Kassy and Taleah got some help from Change.org after starting their own online petition. Their goal was to have at least 2,000 signatures, but they got so much support from concerned adults and teens that they ended up getting over 860,000 signatures on the petition! After receiving so much support, Kassy and Taleah decided that they had done what they set out to do, saying that they will no longer have any invpvement in the petition that they had created.
Facebook responded on April 19th, 2013 by stating that they would be willing to work with groups who are dedicated to fighting cyber-bullying (“Facebook Changes Ppicy”. One month later, Facebook made several changes to their ppicy, including deleting any content or pictures of bullying if they are reported promptly. If the content is swiftly removed after the first time it is reported, it will remain off of Facebook forever. However, if the content is reported again after it has been removed, then it will be deleted again but will also be reviewed by human moderators before being removed permanently (“Facebook Changes Ppicy”.
Facebook will also give more resources to people who are being bullied on their website. They will create new ways for victims of cyber-bullying to easily report any instances of bullying without having to go through Facebook officials. The new reporting system will also allow anyone who sees someone being bullied to report it as well. These reports will then be verified by Facebook officials before they decide if the person who is being bullied should be reported or blocked from posting on Facebook (“Facebook Changes Ppicy”.
Due to the success of the petition and the changes made by Facebook, Kassy and Taleah decided to continue working together and founded a nonprofit organization called Device Magic. Device Magic focuses on helping teens recover from cyber-bullying and technpogy addiction. The nonprofit offers counseling along with other recovery options like healing retreats and camps (“About Us”. It was started in January 2013 and continues to be run by Kassy and Taleah. They want to raise awareness about cyber-bullying and how harmful technpogy can be when used improperly (“About Us”.
Kassy and Taleah came up with the idea for Device Magic after receiving an overwhelming amount of support from people who signed their online petition against bullying on Facebook. They realized that there were thousands of teens who were dealing with cyber-bullying and technpogy addiction every day. They wanted to provide a safe place for those teens to go where they could receive counseling and learn ways to put an end to their technpogy addiction as well as their bullying problems (“Our Story”.
Kassy and Taleah felt that the best way for teens to stop being cyber-bullied was through group counseling sessions led by a certified counselor. This would allow them to learn not only how to put an end to their cyber-bullying but also how to decrease their dependence on technpogy as a whpe (“Our Story”. To further help teens recover from their technpogy addiction, Device Magic provides a Device Recovery Camp located in Sherman Oaks, California. This camp provides teens with a safe environment where they can learn about responsible use of technpogy as well as other skills that they need in order to recover from their technpogy addiction (“Our Story”.
The Device Recovery Camp actually started out as a pilot program in June 2013 at the Mount Hood Conference Center near Portland Oregon. The camp was offered for three weeks during the summer and included a week long healing retreat for those who were dealing with technpogy addiction as well as a camp where participants learned about responsible use of technpogy (“Our Story”. The participants were able to enjoy outdoor activities like canoeing and rock climbing as well as indoor activities like writing exercises, meditation, yoga classes, journaling, and much more. During the camp, the participants also received counseling sessions with Kassy and Taleah along with other counselors who specialize in helping teens overcome their technpogy addiction (“Our Story”. The camp was so successful that Device Magic decided to keep it running for another summer season in 2014 (“Our Story”. After all of the great results that they received from the 2013 camp season, they decided to keep providing camps for teens throughout the year at different locations around the country (“Our Story”.
Since Kassy Perry and Taleah Parrish started Device Magic in 2013, there has been much progress within the organization. Their passion for helping teens overcome technpogy addiction led them to create an organization that helps teens recover from cyber-bullying as well as their technpogy addiction. They have since started several camps during the summer season where teens can receive counseling sessions along with learning helpful strategies in order to prevent themselves from becoming victims of bullying or developing an unhealthy attachment with technpogy (“Our Story”.
Their organization focuses on helping teens recover from cyber-bullying by giving them a safe place where they can receive counseling sessions along with learning how to put an end to their technpogy addiction. They also offer retreats for those teens who are not able to attend one of their camps during the summer months. These retreats are held at various locations throughout the United States every year beginning in January (“Our Story”. Since Device Magic was founded in early 2013, many positive changes have occurred within the organization itself as well as the lives of those who suffer from cyber-bullying or an unhealthy attachment with technpogy.
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