How do I add Group Members?

How do I add Group Members?

1. Navigate to ‘Members’ section of group.

2. Click the green ‘Add Member’ button.

3. Add email addresses (copy/paste for multiple) for members you would like to add.

4. Select Group Role (Admin / Member / Affiliate / Chairperson) and click ‘Add’.

5. As a Group Admin you can update a member’s role in a group at any stage. This can be done by navigating to the members list and selecting a different role from the drop down.

NOTE: Added users will receive email invitations from QuickMinutes at this point. You may want to create a meeting and populate with meeting documentation first.

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