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Example

Example

A group with simple examples for how to use and add features to your groups.
How to

How to

Tips about Griffin Groups design and use
International Wood Thrush Conservation Alliance

International Wood Thrush Conservation Alliance

A group working to advance Wood Thrush conservation
Patch Analyst Support Group

Patch Analyst Support Group

Download access and user support for the Patch Analyst extension for ArcGIS/ArcMap
SEARS Data Coordination

SEARS Data Coordination

Discuss and organize information about Southeast At-Risk Species data coordination
SECAS

SECAS

Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy
Southeast Partners In Flight (SE-PIF)

Southeast Partners In Flight (SE-PIF)

Partnership communications about birds, habitats and people across the southeastern United States
Tool design and evaluation

Tool design and evaluation

A forum for information and discussions about the design and evaluation of tools that support conservation goals
Western Working Group of PIF (WWG-PIF)

Western Working Group of PIF (WWG-PIF)

A forum for communication, information exchange and decision making regarding avifauna in the west.
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Admin1: GGadmin

Purpose: The Working Knowledge Network
Description:
 

Let's work together!

Griffin Groups empowers and streamlines the ways
that agencies, organizations, businesses and individuals can partner 
to share knowledge, become better organized, and solve problems.

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In general:

  • Hover over any button for a short description. 
  • Explore content across the site using the menus under the Griffin Groups logo.
  • A group name on the top of the side bar let's you know when you're posting within a group. Click the name to see the group's profile.
  • Visit the How To group for instructions and other information.

To use some features of this site, you must register and log in. Registering requires validation by email unless connecting via Google or LinkedIn.

  1. Register for Griffin Groups 
  2. Validate your registration by clicking the link in the automated email
  3. Log into Griffin Groups 
  4. Navigate to one or more groups of interest
  5. Click the "Join group" or "Request membership" button next to the group name

Read about Griffin Groups' content types:

By default, group members are sent a notification email when new content or comments are added to their groups. Learn how edit notification settings here.

 

Work Smarter, Not Harder!

Using a single log in, members can:

  • Explore, search, track, publish, edit, and discuss content within groups and across the site
  • Join or start one or more purpose-driven working groups and other online partnerships
  • Access a suite of collaboration tools for project management, document authorship, brainstorming, event tracking, call note management,  ....
  • (Net)Work with other members and search for members using the Core Conservation Competencies System (3CS).
  • Archive discussions, files and other content within a customizable interface.
  • Customize:
    • Read and write access to groups and content
    • Group tools and default access settings for specific purposes, branding, audiences, and other needs
    • If notifications are sent for new content and comments. 
  • Visit the How To group for a general overview and detailed information about how to use Griffin Groups! 
  • Want assistance designing a group? Email us at feedback@griffingroups.com for an estimate to design a group for your objectives. Custom group designs starting at $250!