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A member directory allows one group of members to see chosen details of another group of members.
This could be members that have opted into a directory seeing contact numbers for each other, or a coach to see parent contact details for just his team.
Who is in the directory and who can see it are controlled using Member Groups - these must be created first. A directory is then created from Member Directories & Registers using the two groups and selecting which member fields will be visible.
If a member has access to a directory it will be shown on their Your Membership page.
A directory can also be used to record attendance - see Attendance Registers.
The directory is now setup and can be viewed by you or your members from the Your Membership page.
Before creating the directory we need a member form field and member group containing members that have opted in.
The technique is the same for multiple opt-in fields.
Note that individual directories are only visible to administrators.
When viewing from the Your Membership page the member will see a combined directory containing all members they have access to and the fields that are visible from each directory.
This involves creating a group for each team, a group for each coach, then a directory for each coach/team combination.
If a coach has access to more than one team they will see a combined list of players.
By default members can only search the directory by name and can only view member records one at a time.
Use the View member directory as table option on the Directory Options page to give members access to a table showing all directory details.
When ticked a View as Table option will appear on the Member Directory page.
By default the member profile page displays a summary of member details including name, email and member number.
Any fields visible to the signed in administrator from a directory will also be shown on the summary. This allows the view to be customised with the most important fields required for common administration tasks.
To add fields that should only be visible to administrators create a directory where Members in directory is 'All Members' and Members who can use directory is 'Administrators'. Then add the fields that should be displayed on the profile page.
Note that this only applies to lead members. Click Detail to view full information for linked members.