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You can tick in an option to favorite the channel for the whole team and members joining it.

What does the bold part mean? Does it mean "you can tick in an option to favorite the channel where the whole team and members are joining"?

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Here for is used as preposition meaning in order to help somebody .

You can tick in an option to favorite the channel for(in order to help the whole team and members joinng it) the whole team and members joining it.

For can also be used to mean representing a group, country, organisation etc

You can tick in an option to favorite the channel for(you are representing the whole team ) the whole team and members joining it.

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  • It depends on context which one is better used – Kshitij Singh Apr 4 '19 at 5:39
  • In the second case, does it mean "the channel where the whole team and members joined"? – jay Apr 4 '19 at 5:42
  • No channel can mean any channel like tv channel or any sports channel. – Kshitij Singh Apr 4 '19 at 5:46
  • You(suppose jay) is representing the whole team – Kshitij Singh Apr 4 '19 at 5:48
  • Doesn't the second usage of "for" mean "of"? If it doesn't mean "the channel of the whole team and members joining it", then what does it mean? – jay Apr 4 '19 at 5:48

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