Types of groups, creating and editing groups.
Types of groups
As well as organisation pages for departments and agencies, GOV.UK also has pages for:
- high profile groups
To create these you first need to contact the Government Digital Service (GDS).
High profile groups
Contact GDS to request a new high profile group.
High profile groups have a sufficient public profile and publish enough content to be listed as a separate sub-organisation below their parent organisation.
For example, high profile groups within the Home Office include UK Visas and Immigration and Border Force.
A high profile group has an organisation page with its own corporate content and featured stories. It appears at the bottom of the parent organisation page.
The groups format is used for policy advisory groups and other types of groups or teams in government.
Check with GDS before creating a group in Whitehall publisher.
If you have clearance to create a new group first read the guidance on groups.
To create a group:
Select the ‘More’ tab and click ‘Groups’.
Click ‘Create group’.
Enter the name, email address, summary and description of the group.
Open your group page and add any attachments.
Any changes to a group page will go live as soon as you save them.
Adding a group to a policy
Select the ‘Documents’ tab.
Search for the policy you want to add the group to and click ‘Edit’.
Scroll down to ‘Who’s working on this?’ and select the group you want.