posted this on March 31, 2011 14:38
These #commands affect your membership in a specific group. Send them as a text message to a GroupMe number to manage that group.
#add [name] [phone] Follow the "#add" command with a person’s name and phone number to add them to the group. For example, #add Pat 5551234567 will add the number (555) 123-4567 to the group with the name "Pat".
#list Send this command, and you'll receive a list of the names of everyone in your group.
#topic [topic] This command changes the description of a group — the same topic that your friends will see when they join the group. For example, text #topic Study Group to set your group topic to “Study Group.”
#name [name] Set your name with this command, so others know who you are. For example, #name John will change your name to John. This command will only change your name for one specific group.
#mute | #unmute Use this command to mute and unmute groups. The first time you send it, you will no longer receive messages from this group. When you’re ready to start receiving messages again, text #unmute to begin receiving messages again!
#remove [name or number] If you are the creator of a group, send the group "#remove," with the name or number of the group member you’d like to remove, and we’ll remove them from the group.
#exit This command will automatically remove you from a group. If you are the group creator, you cannot leave the group. As the creator, though, you can delete it entirely by texting #delete.