This page will be updated based on member’s feedback. If the help you require is not shown below please contact the site administrator with your query.
Becoming a member with allow you to: comment on blog (news) posts, join or create groups, upload picture galleries, participate in forum discussions and much more.
To join, send an e-mail to the website administrator via the JOIN US tab with your preferred username, your e-mail address, and your first and last names. You will then be sent your password which you can change subsequently.
We have had to change the procedure for creating an account because of the large number of ‘spoof” members joining the site with no genuine interest in the Bigbury community.
Once you are a member, you can arrange to receive automatic emails on topics of your choice. LOG ON; > MEMBERS tab on HOME PAGE; > your NAME; >SETTINGS; > EMAIL; select information categories from the menu; > SAVE CHANGES
Groups can be anything from the Parish Council to a local skittles team. If you create a new group you automatically become the group’s administrator (this can be changed later). The group administrator can post news on the home page blog, enter new events, and update group members by email.
To join a group:
Go to the Groups page and click the ‘Join Group’ button (you must be logged in). Once you have joined a GROUP, you can choose to receive automatic emails about that GROUP. LOG ON > GROUPS on home page; > specific GROUP e.g. Bigbury Parish Council; >EMAIL options; select required options from the menu; > SAVE SETTINGS
To create a group:
Login, then create a new group by clicking the ‘Create a Group’ button on the Groups page.
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Only GROUP administrators can add documents, as follows:- Log in>GROUPS>Select GROUP name>documents>Upload a new document>choose file/browse>add name & description>submit>add category(create new category).
Go to your Dashboard, select ‘events’, ‘add new’, enter details, ‘submit event’. Don’t forget to associate an event with a Group where relevant. The event should appear in the overall scheme for the site.
Try using lower case text with no spaces between words for the USERNAME. Thus – fredbloggs57 In the profile details, you can use your actual name to clarify your ID!
As a registered user of the website, you can add an avatar to aid identification of your entries and help other website users recognise your contributions. Click on the MEMBERS tab Select your own ID from the list of MEMBERS … Continue reading