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There may be announcements you want to broadcast to the global forums on the CPS-VO.
Begin by selecting "Announce on Forums" in the "Collaborate" menu at the top of the CPS-VO home page.
Hosting a meeting first requires you to start the meeting as the moderator by clicking on “Moderate meeting” beneath your meeting post (more detail in the paragraphs below). Once a meeting has been started others may join in.
The following are some of the rules that govern meetings for a presenter:
The chat feature makes it easy to have an online conversation with colleagues. At the bottom right of your web page you will find a tab with a chat icon and a number in parentheses.
Each widget requires certain content which is either automatically populated by activity in your group, or purposely added by the group manager. A "Widgets Reference Table" displays the widgets that are available to add to panel pages. Adding content to those widgets is covered in the section called "Kinds of Pages".
After editing your group settings your home page will have a left menu with 3 tabs: Home, Forums, and Files.
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Only administrators can broadcast a message to members of a group. A broadcast emails all group members with a copy of the message. Remember your message will be read by all of your group members. The "From" field of the message upon delivery will say it is from "cps-vo on behalf of" and your name from your profile.
To broadcast a message, follow these steps:
Step 1: Go to the page of the group you manage by selecting it from the “My Groups” dropdown menu from the home page of the portal.
As a member of a group you can post web pages which will show up in the activity stream and can be set by the group manager to embed in other pages for the group.
You may want to create panel pages for your group.
Use panel pages to organize your content in an attractive and informative manner. Each panel page becomes a tab when viewing your group. Different layouts can be chosen to best display the content for each panel page.
1. Click on the gray “Panels” tab above the content area.