Your profile consist of information that will help members of the community find you easily and quickly. It is also your primary activity landing page where you can see all your activities and contribute content to the community. From you profile, you will be able to view your activity stream, groups or communities of interest you have joined or created, events you created or have registered to attend, and discussion, blog and news topics you have created or commented on

It is important that you update your profile with information that reflects who you are and your interests. The data in your profile is what other members use to find you to make connections. Adding a photo to your profile will help members identity you quickly and trust your contributions. Information such your email addresses and physical address are kept private and used only by T4D Corporatation to get in touch with you. You can use the account settings section to control the frequency of messages sent to your inbox and what information you want others to see

To update your profile, do the following

  1. Login to your account
  2. Click on the profile icon from the top left before the Home menu to see the my profile dropdown menu and click on the EDIT Profile link.
Screenshot showing how to edit your profile
Screenshot showing how to edit your profile

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Screenshot showing alternate option on how to edit your profile
Screenshot showing alternate option on how to edit your profile

Edit Profile Page

Screenshot showing the edit profile page
Screenshot showing the edit profile page

My Profile View

Screenshot showing your profile view
Screenshot showing your profile view

 

Member Activity Stream

Screenshot showing your activity stream
Screenshot showing your activity stream

Member Event Page

Screenshot showing your events
Screenshot showing your events

Member Topics Page

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Screenshot showing your topics

 

Member Groups Page

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Screenshot showing your groups