Can I store general information at a group/committee level?

Can I store general information at a group/committee level?

Yes, you can store general information at a group / committee level.

1. Inside your group, navigate to your group overview area. 

2. From here, you can add / organise group specific information as well as update the group description. 

This can be very useful for members and a good place to store documentation that spans the lifetime of the group. 

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