Program Management with Subgroups

Leverage subgrouping behavior to organize groups, clubs and partners into a hierarchy, customize it to cater to your community program, department or club requirements


There are many groups, businesses, institutions and nonprofits with an umbrella (network) of departments, chapters, and child-nodes. Sub-grouping allows a network of groups to be organized under one roof. Each group in the network will have all the core capabilities of tracking, posting events and managing memberships.

  • Organize Memberships and Events
    With multiple subgroups, you can break down memberships into multiple departments, segment users for administrative purposes, or create private events for specific subsets of people.
  • Oversee and Manage all subgroup data
    Administrative roles apply downwards in the hierarchy and the data rolls up for easy collection and organization.
  • Network Visualization
    Map out your organization's network to see all groups and subgroups. With our network visualization tool you can see the relationship between your subgroups, and a quick overview of their performance.


Change and update subgroups to be departments, clubs, programs, categories etc., relating it to the work you do

  • Role Based Access
    Set up unique administrators and managers for each of your subgroups, programs events and initiatives
  • Unique Settings
    For each subgroup, you can apply unique settings, look and feel or you can apply system-wide settings
  • Custom Labels
    By default, our subgrouping behavior is called subgroups, but you can change this label to be categories, departments, clubs, programs etc.,

Database & Management

Oversee management, scheduling and data collection by setting up unique roles per subgroup

  • Events & Schedule
    You can set up unique public or private events into a calendar unique for each subgroup so only members of the specific groups will have access to what they should be seeing
  • Roll-up
    All engagement or data of a user in the subgroup will be collected, but if it's a hierarchy, data will roll up so administrators can see the whole aggregate view
  • Administrative Groups
    In many instances, you might just want this group to be private and only exist from the backend vs. having it be a public subgroup where people can see it and join it

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