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This is a prosocial community to share ideas, best practices, and the desire to make the world a more harmonious place for every living thing in it. 

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As we update our webpages and community site, there will undoubtedly be unexpected interruptions in service. Some things may not work immediately and we appreciate your patience as we grow.
 
A couple of people have mentioned that they are not seeing all of their groups when they link through to community from our new site. 
When you go to our new website https://www.prosocial.world/
 
Here are some steps to take to resolve the problem:
 
From the homepage menu, click on community it takes you here https://community.prosocial.world/
 
And then click on "My Page" and you should see your groups. If not, here is what our tech person said would fix it:
 
1) Delete the old Favorites Link to Prosocial.World from your browser.
 
2) Clear cookies and cache memory from browser by going into settings and clearing all browser history. This may be under Advanced Settings. 
 
3) Go to the community using the new link (community.prosocial.world). Logout and then log back in. If it doesn’t let you logout then refresh the browser. 
 
4) Click on the new link to the community again and go to My Groups. They should see them now. If not then refresh the browser again.
 
5) You should now be able to save the new link to favorites and access all your groups. 
 
It is a great idea to also save direct links to your discussions in your bookmarks. 
 
If all else fails, email hello@prosocial.world and we'll help you troubleshoot the issue.
 
Thanks again for being a valuable part of our community. #GrowingPains

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Currently, Prosocial is designed to work with groups with the help of trained facilitators, who guide group members through the three steps of the Prosocial Path and optimally stay in touch with the group over the long term. Facilitators can be physically present with the group or can participate remotely through the Internet.  

 

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