Kick People out of Your Groups

May 7th, 2008 3 Comments

I missed this in last week’s broohaha about Suggest a Session, but you can finally remove members from a group. It’s been a long time coming and requested by many people. Insert your favorite excuse here.

Are you sure you want to kick this member out of the group?

If you are the group owner or an admin, you will now see a “Remove from group” link next to each member, except yourself, if you’re the owner, natch. You can’t leave your own group.

AppsLab Group

The error message made me laugh. Hat tip to ENTP, probably Courtenay for that Easter egg.

This week’s focus is bug fixing and stabilizing last week’s changes. Expect new goodness next week. Don’t forget to submit your excellent OpenWorld session suggestions and check out these excellent submissions from non ‘Labbers:

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3 Responses to “Kick People out of Your Groups”

  1. bogeyinsf Says:

    Hi Jake, Don't see the remove from group link next to everyone. Actually don't see that link at
    all. There is a remove from Network link, but that is only found on a few of the users who are
    in my private group. Just wondering if you guys are still working on this feature or if it's a bug.

  2. Jake Says:

    Directly to the right of the group name, you'll see a link saying “x members” where x is the number of members in the group. Click that link to view all the members, and on that page you'll find the “Remove from group” link. This only works for groups you own or group for which you are an administrator.

    Let me know if you have problems. This is definitely working on Mix. I just tested it.

  3. bogeyinsf Says:

    Thanks, user error as usual. Thanks for the quick response.

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