Keep your home panel in Fellow clutter-free and organized by customizing your home panel to work for you.

Create custom groups

By default, the home panel in Fellow has a few built in groups: Starred, Meetings, 1-on-1s, Teams (beta), and Other streams.

To add a new custom group for streams and tags to your home panel:

  1. Click on the three dots at the top of the home panel and select Create a new group.

  2. Enter in the group name and select an icon.

  3. Press Create. Your new group will now appear in the home panel at the very top

You can also create a new custom group directly from a stream:

  1. Underneath the title of the stream next to the lightning bolt icon, you'll see an icon that corresponds to a stream. This will look like

    1. For 1-on-1s:

    2. For a starred meeting:

    3. For an un-starred meeting:

    4. For other streams:

  2. Click on the icon and select Create new group.

  3. Enter in the group name and select an icon.

  4. Press Create. Your new group will now appear in the home panel at the very top and that stream will automatically appear in that group.

Organize your streams and tags

Move a stream or tag to a group

There are three ways to move a stream or tag to a another group

In the examples below, I want to move the stream Project 007 to the Experiments group.

Option 1: From the stream

  1. Visit the stream

  2. Click on the icon underneath the title of the stream next to the lightning bolt icon. (See section above for examples)

  3. Choose which group you would like that stream to be apart of.

Option 2: From the home panel

  1. Hover over the stream or tag in the home panel.

  2. Click on the three dots at the end of the line. Hover over Move to group to see your group options.

  3. Select which group you would like it to move to.

Option 3: Drag and Drop

  1. Find the stream in your home panel.

  2. Click on the stream and drag and drop it to its new group.

Remove a stream or tag from the home panel

Once a stream or tag has served its purpose, you can remove it from the home panel and out of sight. Note: any removed content will still be accessible. Just search for it using the search functionality

To remove a stream or tag:

  1. Visit the stream or tag that you would like to remove and click on the icon associated with the home panel category.

  2. Click Remove from home panel

OR

  1. Find the stream or tag in your home panel

  2. Hover over it and click on the triple dot menu.

  3. Then click Remove from home panel

Rename or delete custom groups

Find the group in your home panel and click on the triple dot menu at the end of the row. Select Rename or Delete

Any streams or tags that are within the deleted group will not be affected. They will still be accessible via search.


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