Grouping Locations

Grouping Locations

Customers who manage a few locations may want to group them to play specific music or messages for a particular group of locations.  You can group locations for any reason.
The benefit of groups is that after they are set up, you can return later to use the drop-down to switch to a different program or campaign.

  1. Simply click Groups on the left menu and add locations to your group.  Select Music a Music Program, optional Message Campaign and save it.
  2. Create as many groups as you want.
  3. Later, changing the Music Program or Message Campaign will automatically impact all locations in the group.


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