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How do I activate a group tag?

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Irene has given you the right answer, but here is a little additional information.

You may belong to up to 42 groups.  At any one time, you can have any one, or none, of these groups "active".  Active means that the group is shown in boldfface type in your groups list, and that the group tag is shown in the name balloon over your head.  Many activities, such as getting a group gift at a store or rezzing objects on group-owned land, require you to have a particular group active.

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Lindal Kidd

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"Right click yourself, choose My Goups. In the new window, righ click the group and choosse Active."

 

My question is:

what if "Activate" isn't highlighted, thus preventing me to click it?

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If it is not highlighted, then the group is already active. If the tag over your head is not displaying the message that you expect, open the group profile and look at the Title: menu on the General page. You may have more than one choice for the tag message because you have more than one role in the group.

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ctrl+shift+G

or edit/groups.

this will list your groups and the panel on the right will let you activate (delete/leave etc)

this is Singularity 1.8.7  -  other answers didn't work for me

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