What does it mean when a Group Member is "Recently Active", "Active", and "Pending"?

What does it mean when a Group Member is "Recently Active", "Active", and "Pending"?

1. Recently Active, Active and Pending are visual cues given to group admins that allow them to measure the group ‘engagement’. This is particularly useful when ensuring new members are able to access the group information.


(User) Recently Active: Means the user has been active within the last three months.
(User) Active: Means user signed up but has not been active within three months.
(Invite) Pending: Means the user has been invited but has not signed up yet. Invitations can be reissued by hitting the ‘Re-Invite’ button.

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