Topics and the Groups they can belong to
I'm sure those are the kind who work in sales or marketing - or, worse, lawyers. They're not people. Don't mistake them for such.
Psh, marketing folks definitely count spaces as characters -- we need an accurate count for Twitter!
I'm saddened by the lack of people in the 'readers' group. : (
Also I'm totally for like a 'crafts' group too. The crafts thread got so busy i lost track of things.
How do I get to the groups themselves? When I go to the groups item at the top, I can get information about the groups (like members), but not the actual contents as far as I can see.
@WTFE Yeah, all I get when I go to groups is info about the book club and tutorialist.
Sorry, I haven't actually made the other groups yet. When I do, they'll show up on the groups page like Book Club and Tutorialist. Once you join a group, the related category should be visible to you. It might help to also link the category within the group itself, but I'll add some more of the groups today.
Okay, so I've gone through and created some more groups and related topic categories. Check the groups page for a list. All of the groups except tutorialist should be free to join without need of an invitation. If you get ideas for any more groups, let me know!