Joining your reading group online

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As part of the revamped Reading Groups for Everyone we’ve added some features that we’re excited to share. You’ll now be able to add members to your groups online, log everything you’ve read, create wish lists and leave reviews. Follow the instructions below to take full advantage of free offers and more.

Group administrators

If you already have a group registered with the site then you’ll need to login and click on the My Groups tab. This appears next to News once you’ve logged in. Once you’ve selected My Groups you’ll be taken to a page with details of your group(s). On this page you’ll find a code in an orange box, you’ll need to share this with your group members.

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Joining your group online

If you’re a member of a group who wants to join the group online in order to leave reviews you’ll need to sign up.

Once you’ve done this search for your group online using the postcode.

When the results have been returned click on your group. On the group page click on the Join this group button next to the map.

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A pop up box will ask you for your group code enter the code given to you by the group administrator to join this group.

Congratulations! You can now leave reviews for books you’ve read, apply for free sets of books for your group,

It’s worth noting that members of secret groups can’t leave reviews online so contact your group administrator to make sure that this won’t affect you.

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