What are Group Settings?

What are Group Settings?

1. Each group has individual preferences set by the group administrator. This enables the group administrator to tailor each group towards the specific needs of the group.

2. To find group settings - Click 'Overview' in your group - Settings.

2. Group Preference settings include: 

- Archive meetings
- Two factor Authentication
- Auto attach previous minutes
- Previous meeting agenda is template for next meeting
- Auto load previous meeting details when creating a new meeting
- Download files
- Show member email addresses 
- Show attendees and absentees in minutes builder and document
- Share ‘Smart Topics’ with the group owner i.e. Killian's Organisation
- Agenda/Minutes document format
- Signature component in Agenda Builder
- Microsoft Teams web hook integration
- Membership Management & Reporting.

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