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Organize a network of groups, departments, organizations, and nonprofits with sub-grouping. You can start by selecting a group to have subgroups and navigate to the Admin Dashboard > Network > "Create Subgroup". Ensure each new group is created under the correct parent network for effective organization.
As you continue to create new groups under the parent group, make sure they are being created under the correct parent network.
Note: The administrative roles apply downwards in the hierarchy and the data rolls up for easy collection and organization.
A subgroup can be utilized to gather and organize different programs and initiatives. For example, if you have two programs under the Academic Office and three programs in the Volunteer Office, you can create a public group named "Academic Office" and "Volunteer Office" for external visibility. Alternatively, you can create a private, administrative group for internal organization, allowing administrators to manage and track these programs.
Marking a group Administrative serves as a tool for organizational purposes, enabling administrators to maintain data and generate reports. It functions as a way to hide groups that are currently inactive as a means to preserve data while keeping the group out of public view.
Note: Marking a group Administrative will close any events and users will no longer be able to view the group or create impacts to those events or the group.
In case you need support to help organize the layout of the network, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.