I’m new to the site, have joined my local group, and am trying to upload resources to the group, so they can be shared with other group members. I can see the link for resources on the group’s page, but no “upload” option. Can someone explain how I add resources to be shared with other group members please?
thanks in advance,
I’ve looked at your profile and can see that you are a member of a group but not its administrator.
Your group’s administrator(s) will see an extra button when they log on to the group, called “Administration”. Clicking on this gives them further options including uploading resources.
If your group’s administrator would like other group members to be able to upload resources they can promote them to be administrators as well.
Hope this helps
Thanks - I am now administrator and can follow the links through to upload.
However, once I press Save, the site seems to freeze and then log me out. Are you aware of any technical problems, or any way around this?
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