Create one community for each contact network. For use in kindergartens and nursery schools, it is recommended to create a community for each class.
If there are too many participants in one community, it will be difficult to manage the participants in the contact network.
In the case of use in kindergartens and nursery schools, teachers may change frequently, and if the teacher and parents are directly connected via a contact network, the burden on the teacher will increase.
Therefore, it is recommended that you prepare a contact terminal and a contact commin account for each facility and receive contact from parents on that terminal.
This also allows the commin contact network to be used instead of the facility's telephone.
We recommend that you set the settings when creating a community according to the characteristics of the kindergarten or nursery school.
With this setting, you can build a contact network (community) that is private to the outside on the Internet and can only be contacted by teachers and their parents.
For use in kindergartens and nursery schools, it is recommended that you print out the invitation link and distribute it to parents.
When you view the invitation link from the web version of the commin contact network on your PC, you will see a link to the page for printing. From there you can easily open the print page and print the print for distribution.
By having the contact network administrator (kindergarten, nursery school, etc.) join the community with information that they already know (children's name), you can avoid collecting personal information such as email addresses and phone numbers.
When inviting with a printed invitation code, please add a note on how to enter the name when applying for participation.
You can change the authority of participants from the member list screen.
If there is an account that can contact all parents in addition to the account created by the community, change the permission of the commin account to Admin Member.