Why can't my Group Administrator create any meetings? Follow Articles in this section How to enable or disable features in your OnBoard Organization 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? 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 Clearing Browser Cache 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 Comment actions Permalink Please sign in to leave a comment.