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  • Individual community members with all of their information stored about them.
  • Their membership of various constituencies. Constituencies are used to define how an individual relates to your organisation. Because an individual might relate in several ways, they are generally members of many constituencies. For example, they may be a parent (@PC constituency), staff member (@STF constituency) and a debtor (@DEB constituency).

    Important Note: There are two types of constituencies within Synergetic: system-defined constituencies and user-defined constituencies. You can create any constituencies that you like to group your community members (for example, school council member). System-defined constituencies all start with @.
  • Their relationships with other individuals. Relationships represent how one member of the community relates to another. For example, the community member may be the son or daughter of another.