To browse groups, tap Groups in the left-hand navbar.
Groups list your groups by type. The groups list updates if you pick another type from the drop down. The drop down also shows the number of groups for each type and the total number of groups. In this example image, there are 7 Small groups and, in total, 67 groups.
Tip: If you open each group in a new tab, you can keep your place in the list as you browse through groups. You can open groups in a new tab by holding down Ctrl (Windows) or Cmd (Mac) before clicking on the group.
If you check the boxes to the left of each group, you’ll get the following bulk action options:
Change group type...: Change the type of the selected groups.
Change group leader...: Change the leaders of the selected groups.
Change group restrictions...: Change the security areas of the selected groups.
Change group permission...: Change the permission of the selected groups to Private, Protected, or Public.
Change group visibility...: Change the visibility of the selected groups to Hidden, Shared, Published, or Featured.
Duplicate selected groups: Create a copy of each of the selected groups.
Delete selected groups: Delete all the selected groups.
Share published groups
You can find a button to Share published groups on the top right of the Groups page.
On the top right of the Groups page, you can find a button for Group reports. These summary reports generate reports across multiple group types. The available reports are:
Group stats: report on the total number of group changes, total group member changes, and total group leader changes. This report is commonly used for detailed Small group reporting.
Meeting stats: generate a list of custom stats recorded for group meetings. Use this report to export custom stats for multiple groups; you can then use them for creating charts in apps like Microsoft Excel.
Group member totals: report on the total number of people in each group. Use this report to get the number of people in each small group.
Attendance stats: generate a list of attendance reports from each group. This report includes attendance date, attendance people, and their contact info. It displays if the leader submitted the attendance report or if the group didn’t meet. The included stats are total members, total attendance, total visitors, and total absences. This report is typically used for small groups, so small group pastors know which groups need the most help and which are the healthiest and might need splitting/multiplying.