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Creating & Managing Groups on Tether
Creating & Managing Groups on Tether

Understanding how to create, edit, and delete groups on as a Tether Administrator

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Written by Alex Nichols
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Groups are a cornerstone feature of Tether, and can be created both by users within your organization, as well as by you and your team.

Adding and Managing Groups

To create a new group, go to the Groups page in the Admin Portal and click "Create Group". From there, you can give your group a name (adding a photo and description is optional). After entering your information, click Save at the bottom of the page.

At this time, deleting groups must be handled by Tether. Please contact us with any groups you would like to have removed.

Inviting Users to Groups

To invite users directly into a new group, head over to the “Invitations” tab > Select “New Invitation” in the upper right-hand corner > Assign your invitee an organization role (learn more about roles here) > Choose which group you want to assign the user to > Choose the Group Role this user should be assigned > Click “Save” in the bottom-right corner.

Tether will soon be releasing a bulk upload invite tool; until then, if you would like to invite multiple people to Tether at one time (say, from a spreadsheet), email your account executive and we can support the upload.

User-Created Groups

Users can also create and manage their own groups. After a user has created a group, they can invite other users to their group by sharing the group’s unique invite code. You’ll be able to see details on these groups within the Admin Portal Groups section.

“Individual” Groups

Occasionally, you will see a group with an individual’s first name as the title, and only one member within the group. This occurs when an individual joins Tether without joining directly into a group with an invite code, or being invited into a group by the invitation system. Essentially, Tether creates and individual group for the user, and encourages them to find an existing group to join.

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