moderated Re: Group home page redesign

Ellen Moody

I run two groups which read books together. Each Friday I post where we are in the schedule. We also have a plan for future books on one of this lists. I reproduce the URL to the home page each Friday to help people situate themselves so I go over there at least once a week.


On Thu, Jun 13, 2019 at 8:32 PM Mark Fletcher <> wrote:
Hi Duane,

On Thu, Jun 13, 2019 at 4:28 PM Duane <txpigeon@...> wrote:

At the very least, I'd like to see all of the 'new' items moved to the bottom (below Group Email Addresses) and the description restored to full view.  Optimally for me, and others based on their comments on GMF, I'd be able to turn all of this off for my groups.  All of the information I see, except for Top Hashtags (which I'd rather not have anyway), is on the Feed page and I'd rather not have it cluttering the Home page.

Out of curiosity, do you regularly look at your group home page? And if so, why? I think of the group home pages as advertisements to prospective members. Making them look nice and displaying useful information helps give prospective members a better idea about what a group's about. As a group owner, I never look at my group home pages at all.


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