Proclaim Group Basics


A Proclaim presentation group allows you to organize your staff and volunteers as they collaborate to use the many features Proclaim has to offer.

When you start Proclaim for the first time, you will be asked to either create a new group (by starting a 30-day trial) or find an existing group. When you start a trial or purchase a license for Proclaim, you are obtaining a license for a specific group. This means that licenses are used for groups, not individuals. Anyone who has joined the group can access all the licensed media the group has purchased for no additional cost. This includes Proclaim Pro Media, Logos 6 media, and any partner media subscriptions you may have purchased.

Example: when I make the group “Faith Church Proclaim Group” and purchase a license, I am not purchasing for myself, but rather for everyone who is a part of my group. This may include volunteers who work on the slides, the pastor, or media personnel at my church; as many collaborators as I need to make my presentation beautiful will share my license on as many machines as they need.

In two years, I may go on to plant a new church and make a new Proclaim group, but the original “Faith Church Proclaim Group” will still be able to be used and managed by the members in my old church. We encourage you to name a group in a way that is easy to find and makes sense for the group. You can use this link if you ever need to change your group's name.

You can also invite, message, and manage people from the group page on each person’s Faithlife account at using the same sign-in information you would for Proclaim. Faithlife allows you to work with your Proclaim group, as well as interact with other groups that are not related to presentations or Proclaim.

Learn more about groups from the Proclaim Monday Minute:



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