A group is organized like a "neighborhood," with users, applications, and some common characteristic or point of interest such as technology questions or blogging about your company. and data, within Telligent Community. There are different types of groups, which makes it possible to control degrees of visibility and access. Please see the next section to learn about these types.
There are five group types of Telligent Community groups. Its type governs the way a group behaves regarding membership and visibility. Below, we describe them in terms of joining. The types include:
Groups may also be nested inside each other.
Within a group, there are three levels of membership:
Navigate to where you want the group to reside (such as the site level). For the purpose of this operation, Telligent Community considers the entire community to be a group. Even if you want to add top-level groups, they are still sub-groups in the context of the community.
To create a sub-group of another group (whether top-level group or lower), click the Pencil tool. Click Manage group in the contextual panel. Select Sub-Groups. Click Add Sub-Group in the contextual panel. Add the group name and click Save.