Circles empower lively discussions about any topic you choose.
What circles should I create?
Ask yourself: (a) what are your goals?, and (b) what would be valuable for my community?
Or you can segment by location:
Los Angeles Chapter
What happens in a circle?
Positive & safe discussions
Meetups for the circle
Challenges for the circle
Announcements for the circle
Circle Leads get special badges to reward them for their leadership.
Can anyone create a circle?
Up to you!
Free communities often allow anyone to create and lead a circle, which self-organizes into an engaging community. Exclusive branded communities will sometimes limit who can create a circle.
Default circle vs private circle
The default circle is where all of your new members will be automatically added.
The private circle is where only people you invite will see it. Follow these steps to create a private circle.
To turn off self-organizing circles:
Go to Settings on web
Uncheck anyone can create circles
Only ambassadors and yourself will then be able to create circles.
How to add or edit circles on the web
Click the settings icon on the top right corner of the left panel
Click New Circle and fill in the details
Here you will see an option to set your circle as private or as a default circle
Note: To edit your circles: simply click the pencil icon on the right side of your circle
How to add or edit circles on mobile
Go to the circle tab on the bottom of the screen
Click the notebook icon on the top right corner > Start a new circle > Fill out all the details
Choose whether your circle is discoverable by toggling "make private" on or off. Making your circle a "Default circle" means that anyone who joins your community will get added to the circle automatically.
To edit: Click the circle that you want to edit > Tap the three dots on the top right > Edit circle > Update.
Note: You can also create a circle by clicking your profile on the bottom of the screen > Click the setting icon > Circles > New circle > Save