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How the New Group Privacy Features Affect Public Alpha Testers

If you had previously made a group, you may want to edit the new privacy level setting.

On June 6th I released the latest version of Guildflow.

It features many improvements, with a major focus on:

  • Drastically expanding the marketing website.
  • A new group website template that is more organized and responsive.
  • Improved group onboarding.
  • Introduction to a privacy level for groups
  • Adds a consent checkbox allowing members to choose if they wish to share their RSVP stats within the group.

I want to specifically mention the new privacy level as it has significant implications for the current alpha testers.

If you previously created a group, it has been marked private. This means all members will have to sign in to view any aspect of the site.

To change this to public visit the Group Settings in the Admin area, choose Edit and then change the Privacy Level.

Group Privacy Options

Hope this info helps. Let me know if you have any follow up questions.

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