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Have you ever wanted to export all the members from a Facebook Group to a CSV?
Well you are in luck, Use
facebook-group-export to list your groups, then pick the one you want, and export it; it's that easy.
This will install facebook-group-export as a global command which you can run.
npm install --global facebook-group-export
Usage: facebook-group-export <ACCESS-TOKEN> [options] Options: -V, --version output the version number -l, --list List Facebook Groups -g, --groupId [id] ID for group to export -f, --file [path] File to store data in -h, --help output usage information Examples: facebook-group-export <ACCESS-TOKEN> -l facebook-group-export <ACCESS-TOKEN> -l -f ./path/file.csv facebook-group-export <ACCESS-TOKEN> -g <GROUP-ID> facebook-group-export <ACCESS-TOKEN> -g <GROUP-ID> -f ./path/file.csv
To access your data through the Facebook API, Facebook requires you to use an access token. This must be included when you run
facebook-group-export. The easiest way I've found is to grab one from Facebook's API explorer https://developers.facebook.com/tools/explorer
There click on the "Get Access Token" button and make sure you check the "user_managed_groups" data permission. Once you've approved this app, copy the long random alphanumeric Access Token. We'll use it next to export your Facebook data.
You need to know the Group ID of the group you wish to export data from. To see a list of all your groups and their Group IDs run:
facebook-group-export <YOUR-ACCESS-TOKEN> -l
This will return a list of the Facebook groups you manage. Copy the id from the group you want to export.
To export the members run
facebook-group-export <ACCESS-TOKEN> -g <GROUP-ID>
To save any output as a CSV File add the
-f <FILENAME> flag.
git checkout -b my-name-and-my-new-feature
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git push origin my-new-feature