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**Group category**: Choose a category if you want to associate your group to one, allowing you to filter groups on the *My Groups* and *Find Groups* page. This setting is only available :ref:`if the site administrator turned it on <group_settings>`.
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**Publicly viewable group?** Choose this option if anybody shall have access to this group. You only see this setting :ref:`if the site administrator allowed you to have it <group_settings>`. Anybody can see the group homepage, the members and the discussion forum. Only members of the groups can see the group's pages, unless they have been made public, and the files area.
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**Shared page notification**: This check box has a check mark per default. Whenever somebody shares a page with the group, all group members get an email. You may want to uncheck this setting in very large groups where lots of pages get shared but members do not have to be notified.
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Click the *Save Group* button to finish creating your group, or click the *Cancel* button to abort the group creation process.
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The group name that you choose does not have to be unique. Other groups can have the same name. In order to distinguish them more easily, you can add a group description.
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Create a group as a site admin
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When you have site admin rights, you have an additional setting when you create a group: You can choose to add new users to a group automatically. That way, any new user who creates an account after the group is created becomes a member of this group.
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Add users to a group automatically.
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This is a great setting when you want to set up a community group which all users should join in order to participate in forum discussions etc. On ` <>`_ this is used to make every user a member of the "Community" group in which discussions around Mahara take place.
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All other group settings still apply.
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