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i checked a lot of profiles. Super Moderator's, user's, newbie's or just joined but i didn't understand what "Group Membership" is. ******** is not a member of any public groups. ...
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    Question Group Memberships ???


    i checked a lot of profiles. Super Moderator's, user's, newbie's or just joined but i didn't understand what "Group Membership" is.

    ******** is not a member of any public groups.

    wat it means ? where are these groups ? why there is not a single user having membership of any so called.. GROUP ?



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    I think only the board admin can setup custom groups, and as far as I know there are no custom groups currently setup.

    Maybe Core Wizard can provide further input relating to it.
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    allright !!
    i was a bit confused.






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