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Explaining registration requirements...

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Category: Announcements from MuchLoved
Forum Name: How does Registration work?
Forum Discription: Do I have to register and can I remain confidential?
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Topic: Explaining registration requirements...
Posted By: muchloved
Subject: Explaining registration requirements...
Date Posted: 22 Aug 2006 at 3:46pm
You don't have to register to have a look round the Community - you can browse and read freely as an unregistered Guest. This might be the best way for you to get started and to read some of the Bereavement Support Information and Help files, so that you can familiarise yourself with how the Community is set up and how it works.
 
If you want to respond to anyone or start to raise your own thoughts and issues to others you will need to register. This really is a very simple process taking no more than a minute and you simply need to click on the 'Register' icon at the top of the Forum.
 
Please note that registration for the Community is separate to setting up a MuchLoved tribute. You do not have to have already created a tribute in order to become a member of the Community.
 
You can also stay confidential. If it helps you to speak more freely or feel more comfortable using the forum you do not need to give your email address or any other personal details. You do not even need to use your real name if you prefer not to.
 
Over time if you become a regular user and wish to make contact with other specific users that you have communicated regularly with, then by all means you can send them private messages using the Private Messenger service with or without your email address. You are given total control over whether you wish to make use of this feature or stay confidential so that no one can contact you apart from through postings in the forums.
 
 
 



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