Managing Groups

Groups, Admin, Manage

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Written by David Hoyt
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As an Admin or Group Owner there are several items you can manage and update within a group. Below are a few of the options when creating or managing a group.

Adding Group Details

Groups can now be found by clicking on the Connect tab and then selecting Groups on the menu that appears below. You can select Joined to either view the Groups you've joined or Browse other public Groups to join.

If you want to create or manage a new group, select Create Group.

Settings Tab:

When you create a new group, you can do the following actions:

  1. Add a Group photo/avatar

  2. Add a Group name/title

  3. Provide a Group Description

  4. Add Members

  5. Toggle the Group be Private or remain Public

  6. Make the group an Owners only group or allow the option to add all team members to be apart of the group.

Overview Tab:

In the Overview tab, if the group is a public group, any employee can view the Activity posts that have been shared. However, they must join the group to send a post themselves or like/comment on other previous posts.

To learn more about posting options, reference this article -

The Group activity posts are identical to the Activity tab and you have all of the same abilities to post.

People Tab:

In the People tab you can Add Members to your group, update group owners, and once you've added those employees you can send them an email or a post. A group is a great way to gather employees from different departments and send a direct post or email to them that's specifically organized.

Pro Tip: To add members, select Add Members and then begin to type the name of an employee to add to the group. Once you've selected their box on the right, delete their name and in that same search type a new employee to add. Continue this process and select "Add to Group" to submit all of those employees at once.

Insights Tab:

The Insights tab provides a high level, visible tree map that congregates all of the Group members profile data that is public. This allows anyone in the group to view various titles, skills and other essential pieces of data that they have in common with another.

Anyone can select either a highlighted box or a hyperlink and that will display the employees that share that common thread. The insights help drives team camaraderie and

helps find shared interests.

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