What are 'Groups'?

What are 'Groups'?

A group is a catch all term that represents the various group type across your organisation e.g. ‘GDPR Working Group’, ‘Finance Committee’, ‘Sales & Marketing Team’ etc.
Generally speaking, a group is a collection of individuals that meet regularly for the purpose of progressing a specific subject matter through constructive, Agenda driven discussion.
'Groups List' is a simple list of all the groups you have created or been invited to.
1. For your convenience your group list is organised (by default) in chronological order based on next meeting date.

2. Groups will appear different in your list depending on your relationship with the group. For example, ‘create meeting’ is an option only available to group administrators.

3. Groups not belonging to your primary organisation will be denoted with the parent organisation name.

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