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Inviting members to a group

Hi- not sure if this is the correct place, but I thought I'd start here. When inviting members to a new group, is there a way to see a list of friends and usernames, so as to create a quick click and link to the invite? At this time, unless I am missing something, I needed to go to my friends page, write down the usernames, and then go back and type them by groups of 10 into the invite area. I think there could be a way to make this process more streamlined. What do you think>

Thanks!

-Michelle

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mrbeckbeck's picture

Great question!

Hi Michelle,

Glad to see you've started a new group! I wish there was a more streamlined way to invite people, but in the interest of protecting our community from Spam messages and activity, we have a limit of 10 at a time.

This raises a good question though, and we will discuss options for opening up the invite process to really committed members like yourself.

Thanks!
Scott

Scott Beck
World Pulse Online Community Volunteer

Sahro's picture

I have also created a group

I have also created a group called Somali Women Leaders and was wondering about the same issue.
I guess we have to invite manually then....
Thanks, Sah

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