“Many A.A. entities now use websites as a way to communicate meeting and service information within the Fellowship. An A.A. website can serve as a public information tool, providing information about A.A. to the public as well.” – The A.A. Service Manual p. S41
We have a commitment to provide information in an organized way to promote and support service (outside the home group) in Niagara Intergroup. The Webmaster will have sole responsibility for updating the website content. This person collects information from intergroup members, reviews all proposed changes with the intergroup officers and updates the web site. This person also deals directly with the Web Hosting service regarding technical matters and reports current status to the intergroup.
Official A.A. Internet Guidelines – aa.org/assets/en_US/mg-18_internet.pdf
Meeting Guide App
A.A. starts with the home group. It’s the way newcomers learn about A.A. and it’s the way existing members stay connected to the fellowship. Therefore, the meeting schedule is the most important content on our website.
Meeting Guide is a mobile app focused on helping people find A.A. meetings and resources near them. It gets its data by syncing with area, district, Intergroup/Central Office and International G.S.O. websites. Meeting Guide is available for iOS and Android smartphones. You can download it for free on the App Store or on Google Play.
Meeting Guide was started as a project to help members in Santa Clara County, CA. It launched in November 2015 with seven connected Intergroup/Central Office websites. As of April 26, 2019, 290 sites are connected. The app is now used by more than 150,000 users every month, using it on an average of 5.75 times per month.