Creating groups on LinkedIn Learning is a great way to send specific learning content to the most relevant groups of people. In this video, learn how to create groups on LinkedIn Learning.
- [Instructor] Creating groups inside of the LinkedIn learning platform is a great way to be able to deliver specific content to the people that it will matter most to. As an admin, you have the ability to create these groups. What I'm going to do is navigate up to the People tab, and then to Groups, and this'll bring me to my Groups page. You can see in here that I already have some groups entered in. I'm going to go ahead and click on one of those. And this is the Sales group. Now inside of here, there's a bunch of information. Over on the right, we have the Group info. Who it was created by, when, when it was last modified, and so on. In the middle, we can quickly add members, we can add existing users to the group, or invite new users by email. We can also email the entire group. So this is a great way to improve communication for a specific group of people. Down below, we can see members of the group. We can see the different editors, who have admin permissions for this group, the viewers, the licenses that are granted, as well as any child groups, which are the subgroups within here. Now you can see here this Sales group, has three child groups. It has the Sales - East, Sales - North, Sales - South. I'm missing one here and that is the Sales - West group, but I can add that by going here to Add child groups, and then I'll search for groups I've already created. Now I already created the Sales - West group, so I'll select that, Save, and now you can see that it's a group that exists, if I refresh my page here, and you can see now that the Sales - West group, is a subgroup for this larger Sales group. I'm going to navigate back to Groups, and let's take a look at how we can create a new group. Let's say that I want to create a group for remote workers, where we can share learning content specific to them. I'll click on Create new group. I can go in here and title the group. I'll title it Remote Workers. I don't want to Add a parent group, because this isn't a subgroup. So down below, I can Add members. Let's say that I'll start to type this in, I'm going to add Amy to this group, and then I'll click on Create. And just like that, I've now created that Remote Workers group. I can go in here to view more about it, as well as to add members, email the group, and more. So take advantage of groups as a way to deliver content, relevant to a specific group of people, as well as to improve communication with, and within that group.
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 06/08/2017. What changed?
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