This page is an introduction. If you are looking to create your own circle, or manage your own circle. See this page.
A circle is a group of people. Every working group has a circle. If you want to share things with the people in your working group, rather than to share it individually with all members of the working group, you simply share it with the circle of the working group. People who join the circle later will have access to those files, and people who are removed from the circle lose access.
There are four types of circles:
On this page:
Select the circles tab
Now you see the following:
If I select one of the circles in the overview of 3 you will see who is in the circle:
Joining is different based on the type of circle that you want to join:
To join a public or closed circle you select the circle (1) and press the “Join circle” button (2):
If it is a public circle you will immediately be part of the circle. If it is a closed circle the owner/administrator first need to accept your request. So you will have to wait until they do that.
If you are invited to a circle you will not receive a notice. Instead you select the circle like above, but instead of the “Join circle” button you will see the text “Pending invitation to join this circle”.
Click the to either accept or decline the invite: