Tool Path

Build an event-based community with Luma

Tools included

Experience:

Beginner

For those who want to:

  • Host regular events for a community
  • Easily communicate with members
  • Build a member directory
  • Track event attendance
  • Create a resource library for members

Creating an event-based community has never been easier thanks to Luma Communities. In this tool-path, you will learn how to create a community within Luma and explore the different community features. Your members will be able to register in one click for community events, connect with other members, and stay in the loop via announcements and the community library.

What will you learn?

How to create a community in LumaStart now ⭢

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a community within Luma. With Luma, you can create a community that is open to anyone who wants to join, build an application form in order for people to join, or enable invite only by a link.

Set up a community home page in LumaStart now ⭢

Now that you have created a community within Luma, let's explore the home tab of the community. On the home tab, you can post announcements, send announcements as emails to active members, access the member directory, and chat with other members.

Add and manage community members in LumaStart now ⭢

Learn how to add members to your Luma community, add information to member profiles, and manage member roles.

How to create community events in LumaStart now ⭢

Learn how to create community specific events in Luma. Members of your Luma community can easily opt-in to events with one click.

Build a community library in LumaStart now ⭢

Within Luma communities, learn how to build out a community library for your members.

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