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New System: MY ACCOUNT / Profile
MY ACCOUNT - Profile
To view/update information regarding your account, click on your small avatar.
That will then display another page, with your small avatar listing the various actions you can do.
You will see a small box (with a blank photo) with a down arrow. Clicking on that will allow you to edit your profile. From here you have two basic set of activities that you can do.
On the left hand side of the page, you can enter personal information about yourself
- Email address
- Member name
- Where do you live
If you scroll down on that page you will see a large version of your avatar. Under that are items
- Change my password
- Notification preferences
- Change my picture (avatar)
- Edit thumbnail ( how your avatar will appear to others)
- Quote setttings ( nesting level of quotes that you will allow)
- Signature settings ( what will be added to all your discussions and comments)
Below your personal items are these features:
- Forum Home
- Vew lastes comments
Ron DiLauro Veritas-Health Forums Manager I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences