Do you have separate groups that each need to manage their own members?
There are situations where subgroups
just won't meet your needs. Maybe you have a sports league and want each team to be able to
essentially have their own account, but with them all under the league umbrella. Or maybe you have a business with multiple locations where each location
needs to be able to manager their own members and messages. In either case, or in any comparable situation, a multi-group account might be what you need.
That way each group can easily send a group text message or voice message to the right recipients without bothering the other groups.
How is a multi-group account different than a normal account with subgroups?
•Each group gets their own Group ID and login information.
•Each group can manage their own members and cannot see members from other groups or messages.
•Each group can send and manage their own text and voice blasts.
•The parent account handles payments and can see all information in each group.