Why can't my Group Administrator create any meetings? Follow Articles in this section How Does OnBoard Calculate ROI for Pages and Trees Saved? How To: Download the Board Book from the Web Why can't my Group Administrator create any meetings? How do I delete a Resource document? What users, & their status, count towards my active user count? Getting Started with OnBoard: Sample Data How much data can be saved onto OnBoard? Is there a time frame of how long they're saved? How do I add members or a group and to an agenda item? Can I preview my board materials before I make it available to my directors? How do I delete or update a document after I uploaded it to a section? See more Why can't my Group Administrator create any meetings? Matt Holmes Updated May 10, 2018 15:24 Follow Group Administrators do not have this privilege. Users must be listed as an Administrator or Creator of the Organization to be able to create meetings. Related articles How do I delete a Resource document? How To: Download the Board Book from the Web Article: Global Admin Account Overview Getting Started with OnBoard: Sample Data Training Vignette: Using the Import Agenda Feature Comments 1 comment Sort by Date Votes Robert McFarland January 06, 2016 17:31 Feature Request Please!!! Our Group Administrators (in our case Committee Chairmen) need to setup meetings so that one person does not have to do this for all meetings. Making them a full Administrator gives them access to more information than we want to them to have. -1 Permalink Please sign in to leave a comment.