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Confusion about subgroup definition #Germany

Sam G.
 

Understand. But who sets up groups -- the admin or can anyone else, and if so, how?


On Sun, Oct 20, 2019, 1:06 PM <jbonline1111@...> wrote:
Subgroups include other groups you can join if you wish.  If you click on that heading right now, you will find the yizkorbook subgroup is the only one currently listed.  No doubt it is set up for additional subgroups in the future.

jbonline1111@...
 

Subgroups include other groups you can join if you wish.  If you click on that heading right now, you will find the yizkorbook subgroup is the only one currently listed.  No doubt it is set up for additional subgroups in the future.

Sam G.
 

I understand the value of consolidating the "main" JewishGen email blast and identifying topics by hashtags.
However, what does the "Subgroups" term in the sidebar indicate? Who has authorization to create a "subgroup" for discussions that heretofore happened under the "gersig" special interest group?  Does the #Germany hashtag subsume the gersig discussions?

Amnon Gronner 
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