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Good morning EENet Connectors,

With so much activity happening on our site these days, we'd like to answer some frequently asked questions to make using EENet Connect easier for you all.  

1) How can I control all the emails I get about EENet Connect posts? 

You can set your email notification preferences by going to this link (the little bell in our site menu). For further instructions on how to make sure you are receiving the type and frequency of notifications that you want, check out this post

2) What should I do if I have a question about an event I learned about through EENet Connect?

The event calendars on EENet Connect are crowd-sourced, meaning any member of our site can post events that they are hosting/organizing, so events are not necessarily affiliated with EENet.  If you have a question about a specific event, the best course of action is to contact the member who posted it or whomever is listed as the host/organizer in the event description. You can do this by posting a comment on the event page, sending the poster a private message through EENet Connect, or clicking a link within the event description. 

3) I joined EENet Connect to be part of a specific Group - How do I access it ?  

EENet Connect subgroups are sub-communities dedicated to  specific themes or projects. Some are private and others are free for members to join. To access them, select Subgroups from the site menu - here you will find subgroups you have already joined and others you can join if you wish.   

4) What should I do if I have questions about logging in or using EENet Connect? 

If you don't find the answer to your questions in our How-To Guide or our Community Guidelines,  our team of EENet Connect Community Managers can be reached at between 9am and 5pm Eastern Time, from Monday to Friday.  

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Hi,  its great how eenetconnect is able to share on the www.

One problem.... to my mind is that in sharing a post on facebook, and linked in is the photo/image attached is the profile image we provide on this site.  

It actually takes away from the information we are trying to share with others, as looks way too self promotional and suggests the content of the post is somehow ... championed by us..... which is way overblown, even though I like to see myself sometimes.   

I do see value in showing ourselves on this site, but it is a different context, much less the hugeness of the image, which would be useful if the image was about the actual post content.  

Any tricks from the Crowdstack people to manage this?

As ever thanks 

Keep on washin



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