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Other factions of "good" Force users?
In the new canon, it has been established that there were several factions of dark side practitioners over the years aside from just the Sith. Such as the Inquisitors, the Knights of Ren, the Nightsisters, the Sorcerers of Tund & Yacombe, the Ascendant, the Darkseekers and so on.
So were there any random factions of light side Force users in canon who weren't strictly Jedi?
The Dagoyan Masters of Bardotta, who actively opposed the Frangawl cultists. Though they were mostly wiped out by Mother Talzin during the Clone Wars (until Mace and Jar Jar stopped her).
There were also the spiritual leaders of the Lasat, known as the Revered Masters. They followed the will of the Ashla, and opposed the Bogan.
The Lew'elans were largely force sensitive, and viewed the Force as an ebb and flow of change. They lean heavy into the idea of letting the tide take you, and going with the flow. I'd say they definitely lean toward following the will of the Force, which would be a light side ideology.
The Mist-Weavers created solid strands of the Force to make sculptures and paintings, and seemed to be aligned with the light.
Mustafarian priests believed in the Lifefire and Endfire, and opposed Darth Vader's evil presence on Mustafar, viewing him as a source of Endfire. So I'd say they're pretty adherent to the light.
Finally, there's the Order of the Sight Voltaic, who observe the light of creation within metal and glass. Basically force sensitive scholars and engineers who can use the Force to influence droids.
A lot of these Force orders only get minor mentions or single appearances, but there are plenty out there.
Not really, unfortunately. I think the Mustafarians have the most story around them, thanks to Vader Immortal and the 2017 Vader comic. But even then, they're not nearly as fleshed out as, say, the Knights of Ren or Inquisitors.