Single vs. Unlimited Groups - Explained

Depending on how many groups you have and how many times people appear in each group, it may be more economical to have one unlimited groups subscription rather than individual subscriptions for each of your groups.  

Generally speaking, if you have over 5 or 6 groups with some members appearing in multiple groups then an unlimited groups subscription could work out better.

Fortunately, you don't need to choose between single and unlimited groups until you're ready to start your subscription.  You can wait until the end of your 14-day free trial, when you have your groups set up, then in the Billing screen we show you a cost comparison between single and unlimited.

Do I need to link my groups together?

When you have multiple groups, it often makes sense to link them together.  When groups are linked together you can manage members across all the groups from one place, adding and removing members from groups and updating members details without switching between groups.

The simple rule is, if you have multiple groups with people appearing in several of them and the groups all relate to the same organisation then they should be linked.

Linked groups and Billing

If you link your groups together you don't have to have an unlimited groups subscription.  Quite often if you have just 2 or 3 groups which are linked together (because they're part of the same organisation) then it's cheaper to have individual single group subscription for each group, this is perfectly fine.

However, if you want to use an unlimited groups subscription you will need to make sure your groups are linked together.  This is because unlimited groups subscriptions are created on a groups Collection.

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