Get Started in Bridge Community

Document created by Scott Dennis Administrator on Apr 1, 2016Last modified by Stefanie Sanders on Apr 24, 2017
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The purpose of this document is to help you get started in the Bridge community.  If you are looking for info on getting started with using Bridge, visit this page.

 

 


Update Your Info

 

Update Profile

Update Your Profile


Setting up your profile is the first step to becoming active in the community. Your community profile provides other members with an easy way to learn about your experiences, skill sets, and interests. Your profile shows up in search results when other members search for keywords contained in your profile. You can update your information at any time. Click the options drop down in the upper right to get started.

 

 

Set Your Preferences

 

editprofilepreferences.pngYou can change your user preferences to manage all aspects of your community account including your notification settings.  You may choose to receive email notifications when there are important updates in the Bridge community or you might choose to have these notifications go to your community inbox so that you can see them when you come back to the community.  Of course you can always come back and adjust your preferences but notification settings are an important aspect of managing your community experience. You can also manage custom activity streams in your user preferences.  These streams allow you to divide what you are interested in tracking in the community into a series of separate feeds.

 

 

Meet Your Neighbors

 

Introduce Yourself

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Click the link above to visit the Community Ask a Question area where you can introduce yourself to other users, see what sorts of questions other Bridge users have, and ask any questions of your own.  Who knows, maybe you can even answer a few questions from others!

 

 

 

 

 


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