Facebook is made up of many networks, each based around a school, workplace, or region. After you register for Facebook, you can add any networks with which you can prove an affiliation from the "Networks" tab of the Account page. Being a member of a network grants you permission to view most of the profiles in that network and join most of the groups. Remember, individual and group privacy settings may limit your ability to do any of these things.
Network Pages OverviewEdit
Facebook is made up of networks that connect your online experience with real world communities. Network pages are your first stop for finding relevant information about a certain network on Facebook.
What types of Network pages can I see?Edit
Facebook allows you to see all Network pages on the site. At times, however, you will not be able to see some sections of a Network page for privacy reasons.
What content will I always be able to see on a Network page?Edit
All users will be able to view "Network Info" and "People in the Network", even if they are not allowed to view the full Network page. Please keep in mind that a user's search privacy settings will still apply for the "People in the Network" section.
What events appear on Network pages?Edit
In order for an event to appear on a Network page, the event must be either open or closed, and an admin must check the Publicize option. In addition, you must be a member of the network in question to view events on high school, college and work networks. Events on regional networks may be visible to non-members viewing the Network page.
What groups appear on Network pages?Edit
If you are a member of the network you are viewing, the group must be set to open or closed and an admin must check the Publicize option to appear on the Network page. If you are a non-member, only groups on college and regional networks set to open or closed and that check the Publicize option will be viewable. Groups on work and high school networks will never be visible to non-members.