Proclaim Groups FAQ

 

Can I really install Proclaim on as many computers as I want?

Yes! You can install Proclaim on Mac and PC; and, there is no limit to the amount on computers you can install Proclaim on. If you invite someone to join your presentation group, they will also be able to install Proclaim on as many computers as they want.

Don't forget that you can also use the Proclaim remote on Android and iOS devices to view notes and control your presentations.  

 

How do I add new members to my Proclaim presentation group?

Follow these steps to learn how to add members to your presentation group.

 

How do I join a Proclaim presentation group?

If you have already received an invitation to group, you can follow these easy steps to get started working with your group in Proclaim.

If you have not received an invitation and you know the church has a presentation group, you can request to join it. Learn more about finding a group here.

If you and your church do not yet have a Presentation group, you can download Proclaim and start one now.

 

How do I know if I am in the correct presentation group?

When you are signed in to Proclaim, click on your account name in the upper right of the program. You will be able to see the which presentation group you are currently selected to be working with. If you need to change the group you are working in for any reason you can learn how here.

This is especially helpful if you are part of a group with an active subscription and wanting to make sure you are creating presentations in the correct group. 

 

How does the Proclaim subscription work? Is it true that our group can add people for no additional cost?

Anyone who is a member of your presentation group can pay for a Proclaim subscription and everyone in the group shares the benefit of the subscription license! There is no additional charge to invite more people to join the group and collaborate together. Learn more about available Proclaim subscriptions here.

 

How do I change my group's settings?

Group administrators can change permissions, rename/delete a group, and approve membership requests. Group members who do not have administrative status can invite new collaborators, but by default can't change group settings. Find out how to make a group member an administrator here.

Note: Anyone in the presentation group can pay for a subscription, it does not have to be the group administrator.

 

What's the difference between a presentation group and a church group?

Presentation groups are for everyone that creates presentations. Church groups are for everyone that worships together, and are your hub for sermon recordings, bulletins, and events. Learn more about church groups and how they can benefit your congregation here.

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