A Facebook group
|id||The group ID||Publicly accessible||A JSON string||Always included|
|version||A flag which indicates if the group was created prior to launch of the current groups product in October 2010||generic access_token, user_groups, or friends_groups||int where 0 = Old type Group, 1 = Current Group||Always included|
|icon|| The URL for the group's icon. This seems to always be
||Publicly accessible||A JSON string containing a valid URL||Always included|
|owner||The profile that created this group||Publicly accessible|| A JSON object containing the
|name||The name of the group||Publicly accessible||A JSON string|
|description||A brief description of the group||Publicly accessible||A JSON string|
|link||The URL for the group's website||Publicly accessible||A JSON string containing a valid URL|
|privacy||The privacy setting of the group||Publicly accessible||A JSON string containing 'OPEN', 'CLOSED', or 'SECRET'|
|updated_time||The last time the group was updated||Publicly accessible||A JSON string containing a IETF RFC 3339 datetime|
|address to send messages to the entire group. It seems to always be of the form [group_id]@groups.facebook.com (Ex. https://graph.facebook.com/195466193802264 has email@example.com as it's email address)||string containing email address||when available|
|feed||This group's wall||Publicly available||An array of Post objects. The comments on each post are limited to 2, but the rest can be retrieved by directly requesting the Post object and getting the '/comments' connection.|
|members||All of the users who are members of this group||Publicly available|| An array of JSON objects containing member |
|picture||The profile picture of this group||Publicly available||Returns a HTTP 302 with the URL of the user's profile picture|
|docs||The docs in this group||Publicly available|| An array of |
Requires the publish_stream permission.
To publish to the Group's feed,
POST a message and optional attachment to the feed of the Group. See Post for more details and an example.
Are the feed comments always contain 2 comments only?
That is the summary of comment, just like facebook default, only 2 shows up unless you "read more" or "view all"... the graph call for "view all comments" is get the post ID of that post and append "/comment"...
example from K-On HTT group:
- FEED: https://graph.facebook.com/161439580553446/feed
- A POST FROM THE FEED: https://graph.facebook.com/161439580553446_177522428945161
- VIEW ALL COMMENTS: https://graph.facebook.com/161439580553446_177522428945161/comments