Beginner to intermediate
For those who want to:
Create a thriving community online
Set up an event calendar within your community
Enable members to register for events within Circle
We're speaking from personal experience when we say that Circle is an awesome tool to set up and run your own community. It's easy to use, has a very useful (and ever growing) list of features, and integrates seamlessly with loads of other tools making integration into your stack headache-free.
If you're looking to start your own community from scratch, this tool-path — the first part of our complete Circle education — will show you how. There are 7 video tutorials included in the path, each walking you through a different basic Circle function.
To complete all the tutorials, you'll first need to set up accounts with Circle, Zapier and Luma, and you'll need access to a Google calendar.
Once you're done these tutorials, move to Part 2 of this tool-path.
Bulk actions within Circle allow you to take common actions on up to 1,000 rows of data with a few clicks. Easily add or remove members from spaces, add member tags, create topics, send direct messages, and remove members from your community with Circle's EasyCSV integration.
In this tutorial, we show you how to keep your community up to date with the latest events happening within it by sharing an events calendar.