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How to Make your Profile Private

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Members - but not newbies - can make their profiles private via a button at the top of their profile cover.

 

Admins and mods will nevertheless always see your profile regardless of the setting.

 

The settings are as follows:

 

- Everyone (eg, Members and non-members):
This setting won’t make any difference as profiles are already set by default to not be available to non-members.

 

- Registered members only:
This is the default setting and is the same as the setting for “Everyone”, which is that only members can see your profile.

 

- Members who are following me only:
NOTE: if you enable this, only your existing followers will be able to see your profile. No-one else will be able to follow you from now on.

 

Or, you can block individual members from viewing your profile.

 

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Marina

(belated DX in June '05, SPMS)

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