A * indictes a Spark, a passion, an interest, a skill, or a hobby. Make a list of your Sparks, they help discovering groups you might be interested in.
Why is there a * sign?
You start by browsing nearby groups and marking the one you like. Group master has a couple days to invite you if he/she thinks you are a good fit. You can view more member information on the invitation before decide whether you want to join or not.
How does group work?
It's FREE and easy to start your own group on SparkList! As a group master you can invite anyone who marked your group interested, as well as existing friends via their username.
How much it cost to create a group?
After you created a group, wait for other users to explore and "like" your group. Once they show interest toward your group, you are able to invite them to join.
How to invite someone to my Group?
Browse different groups and liked the one you are interested in. The group master will be notified and invite you to join.
How to join a Group?
Smaller group size allows closer bonding among the group members, and it is easier for group master to create events constantly without running into conflicts.
Why is maximum Group size 6?
This feature will be available early 2020, keep your app updated! If you are the group master, you can start a group event. To create an event, simply add time, location, and activity. Members will be able to make a reservation after the event is created.
How to create a group event?
If you are the group master, you can start an event poll. To create a poll, you need to give one or man one options of time, locations, and activities. Pick a length of poll duration, so members will have to respond within the certain time. In the end poll, you will be able to see the poll result and create an event based on the result.
How to create an event poll?
Make sure your app version is up-to-date (v1.1.1+), and the network you are connected does not blocking any port. If the connection problem still occur, please contact our support at "Contact Page"
We use your location to find related groups and users. We show you everything within five miles from your current location.