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Metafy Groups, Explained
Metafy Groups, Explained

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What Are Metafy Groups?

Metafy Groups provide a platform for meaningful connections and mutual support in the gaming community. They aren't just casual spaces, but hubs for communities to engage, share, and grow with their favorite Metafy Experts and Content Creators.

Why Should You Join a Group?

In short, if you want to get up close and personal with your preferred Pro, you’ll want to join their group. Not only will you enter a space where you can interact in a meaningful way, you may also gain access to content that you won’t find anywhere else.

On top of that, Metafy Groups serve as platforms for forging relationships, exchanging knowledge, and discovering potential teammates or rivals. They offer a space for authentic conversations, inside jokes, and connecting with other gamers who get you.

What’s in it for the Pros?

Pros can monetize their expertise through Metafy Groups, establishing a loyal following by offering exclusive services, courses, content, or consultations. They can showcase their expertise, build sustainable income, and manage their Groups effectively with Metafy’s tools and support.

How Do Groups Work?

What:

There are three types of Groups:

  • Public Groups. Anyone can find and join these.

  • Private Groups. Anyone can find them, but they will need to apply to join.

  • Unlisted Groups. Potential members need the URL to find them, and need to apply to join.

There is no limit to the number of Groups you can create or join. All Groups are free to join, but Group Admins who are Metafy Pros can offer a paid Supporter tier for users who are interested in a more robust Group experience. The perks offered to Supporters, and the monthly cost for being a Supporter, are wholly decided by the Group Admin.

Group Moderator Roles:

Admins:

  • Manage billing/pricing/settings

  • Change member roles

  • Manage the channels

  • Edit/remove posts from posts in the group

  • Approve membership applications (for unlisted/private groups)

Mods:

  • Edit/remove posts from posts in the group

  • Approve membership applications (for unlisted/private groups)

How:

To Create a Group, you can either add it through the Groups tab on Metafy.gg, or use the + button in your navigation. You can add channels, assign roles, and add or remove members through your Settings. Metafy Pros can assign unlimited moderators and create Supporter-only channels, while non-Pro users are limited to three mods and cannot offer a Supporter tier.

To Join a Group, browse the Groups tab on Metafy.gg, or search for the Group by name in Metafy Search. Group Admins can also feature their Groups on their profile.

The only requirement to create or join a Group is that you must have a Metafy account in good standing. Once you’ve joined a Group, you’ll be able to access that group’s channels on your Feed.

The Bottom Line

Joining a Metafy Group provides opportunities to get up close and personal with your Pro, expand your circle of like-minded gamers, and improve your skills. For Pros, it’s a way to engage with your supporters in a fresh and productive way, and if you choose to, augment your income. All users get to experience a genuine community, expand their horizons, and be part of something extraordinary.

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