Explore how to create discussion groups by following the steps below:

Summary

  1. What is the “Discussions” feature for?
  2. What steps should be followed to create a discussion group?
  3. How can a member be added to the group?
  4. How can you leave a conversation?
  5. Where are all groups found?
  6. How can you return to the general page of the “Discussions” tab?

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1. What is the “Discussions” feature for?

This feature is intended to allow trainers to dialogue with learners collectively, segmentally or individually. 

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2. What steps should be followed to create a discussion group?

1st stage: Choose the session in which you wish to have a discussion.

2nd stage: Click on the tab “Discussions”.

3rd stage: Then click on the icon “+” found to the right of “All contacts”. 

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4th stage:  A new window has just opened. Select the persons you wish to add to the discussion group, then click on “Create”. 

Stage 5: Create your message and don’t forget to validate it 😉

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3. How can a member be added to the group?

You just need to enter into the discussion to which you wish to add (a) member(s) and then click on:

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4. How can you leave a conversation?

If you no longer wish to participate in the group discussion, you simply need to leave the conversation by clicking on the button “Leave the conversation”.

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5. Where can all my groups be found?

You will find all your discussion groups by clicking on the envelope located below your photo.

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6. How can you return to the general page of the “Discussions” tab?

To do this, you’ll need to re-take the steps from the session selection:   

1st stage: Choose the session in which you wish to have a discussion.

2nd stage: Click on the tab “Discussions”.

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