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Adding Pages to Groups

Aug 20, 2014 9:00:00 AM

The Groups feature has been in Church360° Unite since its release. We received feedback from churches who said they wanted to be able to add a home page and additional pages to groups, so we’ve added that great new feature.

Here’s how to get started:

  1. Log into your Church360° Unite website as an administrator or group leader.
  2. Go to your group’s page.
  3. Click on the “Create your front page” link in the top right corner to create a home page for your group.
  4. To edit this page, turn Edit Mode to “On” in the top navigation bar.
  5. You can add text, change the page layout, insert images or videos, and more.
  6. Click on "Page Settings" (the gear icon) and change the Status from Draft to Published. Save your Changes.
  7. To add more pages, click on the “Manage Pages” link.
  8. Here you’ll see a new screen that will let you add additional pages to the group.
  9. To add a page, type the name in the “Page title” box and click Add Page.
  10. Click on the page name to go to that page.
  11. Make whatever changes you wish, change the page Status from Draft to Published, and save your changes.
  12. From your homepage, you can link to your new page by inserting a hyperlink.

Church360 Unite Group Pages


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Peter Frank

Written by Peter Frank

Peter Frank is full-time student at Concordia Seminary who also serves part-time at Concordia Publishing House as the Digital Product Owner. His responsibilities include leading Concordia Technology Solutions (CTS), the church management software division. A graduate of Concordia University Wisconsin, his background in theology, business, and technology gives him a unique perspective on technology in the church. He is married and the father of two young children.