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Groups allow you to keep your contact list organized. Groups can be useful to manage different departments, different sites and offices, even
different customers. Groups are also password protected so that only authorized people can join them.
The following articles will guide you through how to add, set priorties, remove and manage groups.
You can add groups by using the Add Group assistant, available under the Contacts tab
Should you ever need to rename a group that you've created, you can right-click on it and select Group -> Rename
Changing a password for a group you created can be done by right-clicking on it and selecting Group -> Change password
If you want to permenently delete a group you've created, right-click on it and select Group -> Delete
You can easily join an existing group (as long as you know the group's password!) by using the Add Group assistant, under the Contacts tab.
Setting a higher priority is useful for ensuring that you're alerted to a message or file transfer from a certain group (even if your status is "busy").
Should you ever need to remove a group from your contact list, you can choose to by right-clicking on it and selecting Remove.
If you want to hide a contact from showing in a group, the group owner can right-click the contact in question and select Group -> Hide contact.
Should you wish to change the ownership of a group, you (who created the group) can easily assign it to someone else in your contact list.
If the need arises to expel a contact from a group, the group owner can do so.
If some contacts within a group are hidden, you (the group owner) can opt to "Show all contacts". When this option is ticked,
any hidden contacts will appear with a "black" contact icon.