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Rick Sapir
That I don't know. :-(

My main idea was that you can "circumvent" the maximum of 50 groups, if you participate (without joining) an "open" group.
Wednesday, 15 June 2011 10:16
 
Karen Mardahl
Thanks, Rick. I know about those things, but do they change the ceiling of 50 for those groups that you do actually join and don't just "look at"?
Tuesday, 14 June 2011 16:19
 
Rick Sapir
However, if you make your group "open" then *anyone* (even non-members) can view the discussions and subscribe to the RSS. And, I believe, there is an option to allow non-members to post/participate, too.

See http://learn.linkedin.com/groups/#open-groups for details.

-R

Tuesday, 14 June 2011 09:28
 
Karen Mardahl
Gah! And I call myself a communicator. Sorry! I should have said "the maximum number of groups you can join is 50".
I had invited someone to a group, but she had to unsubscribe from another group to join mine because she had reached her limit.
Tuesday, 14 June 2011 00:09