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The Community area is where you will interact with other ASPR members. Within the Community, you will be able to message other members, join groups, make connections and create or subscribe to blogs and forums. To access the Community, log in and select Manage Profile.
The ASPR website has its own online messaging system. You can send and
receive messages to/from other ASPR members and Groups you are a
member of. You can edit your Messaging settings in Preferences. You can also access Messages from the quick links on the right side of the page.
To make sure you know when messages are sent to you, set your Preferences to email you when a new message arrives in Your Inbox.
If you are a
member of an ASPR Chapter, an ASPR Committee or the Board of Directors,
you're a member of a Group. You will have access to the Group Member
Directory, files, photos, calendars, Group Forum, Blogs and other
features within each Group.
– Click on this icon to send a Message to all group members, subscribe to the Group Newsletter or leave the group.
– Click on this icon to view the Group's Directory, Calendar, Blogs or Photo Gallery.
Connections are similar to LinkedIn where you can create a circle of
ASPR members that you would like to network with. To edit your Connections, select Manage Profile from the right navigation menu and then select Connections or simply select Connections from the right navigation menu.
Three levels of referral are displayed. You may see who you referred,
who they referred, as well as who was referred by your referrals'
referrals. Mouse-over the profile icon to view the date the member
joined and click the icon to view the member's profile.
ASPR Forums are a communication tool where you can ask industry related questions
and share information. Forum discussions are archived and therefore a
great resource to check when seeking information. ASPR has several
Forums on different industry topics and there are also Forums available
within Groups that you may be a member of.
If you are a member of a Group, you may be interested in participating
in a Group Blog. You can manage your Blog preferences in this section,
but you first must subscribe to the Blog within the Group.