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7 years 3 months ago #39965 by Scotto
Scotto replied the topic: Re: New Facebook page
For some reason a "page" is different from a "group". Nothing can be done to make it different. Anyone can post on the new page and it should show to all that like it.
One thing that all people who like the new page can do is "refer it" to their fellow mountain biking friends.

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7 years 3 months ago - 7 years 3 months ago #39962 by bennymack
bennymack replied the topic: Re: New Facebook page
I also posed this question on FB (but I can't seem to find it now(edit: found it ) and I think the consensus was that you either have to type in www.facebook.com/wnymba or bookmark it or go to your list of FB pages. Search "pages", click the one that says "facebook pages, facebook", click "my pages". Other than that, just wait for updates to pop into your news feed.

Opinions are like pimples, they vary in amount and cover different areas.

There is no or, you're going to lose it.
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7 years 3 months ago #39961 by slower_than_u
slower_than_u created the topic: New Facebook page
I'm no Facebook wizard but how come the new WNYMBA page doesn't show up in my groups like the old page?

It's great that the first 2012 post there is from a roadie club :-P

Not very fast but havin' fun!
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