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In the new site format 'Notes' are centre stage while 'News' and 'Forums' are relegated.
However in the Group I am admin of the notes are rarely used but 'Forums' are used to publish match results with games posted by individual members of the team and 'News' is used to announce events.
Notes aren't very flexible but as far as I can see layout of the Group page is not adjustable.
How are other Groups managing their pages so that members can easily see what is important.
Already given up playing OnLine chess here after changes as I can't find anything and it would be a shame if Groups are also taking a backward step and becoming less useful to clubs and teams.
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