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My Alpha doesn’t show up in Find an Alpha
My Alpha doesn’t show up in Find an Alpha

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Updated over a week ago

If your Alpha isn’t showing up on the website in the "Find an Alpha" directory, let’s check a few things:

1 - Do you have a current Alpha registered? If not, and you are the primary Course Administrator, please log in and create a new Alpha (more info here).

2 - Did you fill out all the details under Edit Alpha Details > Publish to Guests?
Make sure you type in your Alpha's contact email address and the "publish to Alpha" is checkmarked. This will add your Alpha on the page!

Please note: It takes approximately 30 minutes for a new Alpha to be processed and to show up on the "Find an Alpha" page. Thanks for your patience!

3 - Did you choose the correct time range: starting in 1 month, 3 months, 6 months

Alphas will only be posted on the page for 3 weeks after the start date. We don't want new guests to be added to groups that have already bonded. Consider hosting a new Alpha if there is more interest!

4 - Did you enter a location?

For online Alphas, please type in a city and province at the very least. We want guests to join an Alpha in their time zone.

For an in-person Alpha, please type in a proper Canada Post address. If you added a description beside the address (eg. "go to basement"), Google Maps will not recognize it. You can add these details in the notes section below the map.

5 - Did your Alpha start more than 4 weeks ago?

Alphas are removed from the TryAlpha website four weeks after the start date. It's not ideal for guests to join if they missed the first few foundational videos. Small groups will have bonded and built rapport with each other, so a new guest might change the dynamics.

If you are still unable to see your Alpha, please let us know by using the chatbox or email and we'd be happy to help you!

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