Owing to a wide range of important applications, such as team formation, dense subgraph discovery, and activity attendee suggestions on online social networks, Group Query attracts a lot of attention from the research community. However, most existing works are constrained by a unified social tightness k (e.g., for k-core, or k-plex), without considering the diverse preferences of social cohesiveness in individuals. In this paper, we introduce a new group query, namely Parameter-free Group Query (PGQ), and propose a learning-based model, called PGQN, to find a group that accommodates personalized requirements on social contexts and activity topics. First, PGQN extracts node features by a GNN-based method on Heterogeneous Activity Information Network (HAIN). Then, we transform the PGQ into a graph-to-set (Graph2Set) problem to learn the diverse user preference on topics and members, and find new attendees to the group. Experimental results manifest that our proposed model outperforms nine state-of-the-art methods by at least 51% in terms of F1-score on three public datasets.