Your group manage page is the 'hub' for your organization. It allows you to see your group's statistics, see all your actions, reports, emails, and admins, as well as invite new organizers or set group settings.
This tab shows statistics for your group such as list growth over time, a growth chart showing you which actions and source codes have added the most to your list in the last day or week, and fundraising statistics such as total funds raised over time.
You can also download all transactions for your group. You can get a spreadsheet of all transactions from fundraising and ticketed events. More here.
You can see a list of all the actions your group has published clicking the "Actions" tab below the main section on your group's participate page. More here.
Emails & Reports
Click the "Emails & Reports" tab to view a list of all emails and reports that have been created that target the group's email list with the date they were either sent for emails or last saved for reports, as well as statistics and links to duplicate, edit, and manage each.
You can also download a spreadsheet of email statistics using the button at the bottom of the emails section.
Once you are an organizer or administrator, you have access to the group's participate page, where you can access the group's discussion board, action list, and organizer list, as well as create actions sponsored by that group. More here.
View and manage your group's organizers and administrators by clicking the "Organizers" tab on your group's manage page.
There, you will see a list of all of your organizers and administrators in two separate lists. Click the mail icon to the right to email them individually using your device's email program. Hover over their names to view the last time they logged into Action Network. More here.
You can set the group permissions of fellow administrators (and yourself) from the "Organizers" tab. In the list of administrators below, if you have the correct permissions, click the green "Edit Permissions" button to edit that administrator's permissions for that group. More here.
As an administrator, you can invite others to join your group instead of having them apply for access. From the "Invitations" tab, enter the email address of a person you'd like to invite to join your group in the invites section. More here.
If you have the correct permissions, you can edit your group's settings in the "Settings" tab.
There, you can set a default from line, reply-to email, and signoff. You can also set whether this group accepts applications from users to become organizers if you have requested this option from us.You can choose whether your group will automatically merge activists on the list who request to change their email to another activist in our system. You can set your group up to notify people when the group (or child groups, if it is in a network) sends an email. You can set the group's default country and language. This controls which country and language get added to activists via uploads and other methods if one isn't explicitly set, which language is set by default when you create a new action (which can be changed when you edit the action), and which country we place activists in when we can't automatically locate them by IP address. And you can set a default Facebook share image and Twitter handle that will be used in action sharing options instead of our platform-wide defaults, and can be overridden on each action by editing sharing options.
For donations, you can choose whether activists can update donation amounts and next charge dates and cancel their own recurring donations or not. You can also customize the receipt emails that activists receive when their card is charged each time and the notification emails they receive if their card stops working and their recurring donation begins failing, including changing the wrapper. More here.
You can manage your group's opt-in and data processing text settings on the group's manage page, settings tab. These settings are useful for complying with GDPR, CCPA, or other data protection laws, as well as in other cases. More here.