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Member Titles - Changing

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Once a member reaches 10 posts, they can change their "Member Title" which is the bit that says "Home away from home" (or whatever else) between your avatar and the button that indicates which member group you're in.

 

To change it:

  • Go to Settingson the top of any page.
  • Click on "Profile" link on the right.
  • At the very top, under "Basic Info", you will see "Member Title".
  • Delete what's in the box there and enter your own words.
  • When you're done, click "Save Changes" at the bottom.

Remember, you can only change it if you have 10 or more posts! In other words, all members who aren't "Newbies" can change the words "Just Popping in", "Home away from Home", "Simply cannot stay away" to a phrase of their own.

Note - any inappropriate titles will be deleted!


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Marina

(belated DX in June '05, SPMS)

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