Welcome to our new web site!

  • 26 Jul 2011 2:21 PM
    Message # 663649
    Anonymous
    Welcome to the new SEAoA web site! We are excited to offer this new web site as a self service portal for our members. All current members already be loaded into the web site's member database. You can obtain a password to log in by entering your email address into the log in box at the top of the page, and then clicking on "recover password". You will receive a new password and log in instructions in your email in-box within minutes, day or night. 

    Once logged in, you can view and edit your profile, choosing which information to make visible to the public. You can add your photo, education, and a short bio. If you want to show up under the results when people do a search for engineers to work on small projects, be sure to check the appropriate box in your profile. Current Members who were on the old "small projects list" should already have this enabled in their profile. 

    Another feature in your profile is the ability to check on your current membership status and to renew your membership on-line using a credit card. You will also be able to register and pay for future meetings and events as they are scheduled. 

    What's coming next...

    In the coming weeks we will continue to add content to the "Members Only" area of the web site. This will include committee pages where we will store meetings minutes and other information, along with an area for members to conduct committee discussions. Later this year you will also be able to log in and check your on-line payment history, print past receipts, and view and pay all outstanding invoices. 

    Check back for updates and new features, and be sure to include any comments or requests here in this discussion forum.
  • 01 Sep 2011 1:08 PM
    Reply # 690052 on 663649
    Jim Rogers wrote:Welcome to the new SEAoA web site! We are excited to offer this new web site as a self service portal for our members. All current members already be loaded into the web site's member database. You can obtain a password to log in by entering your email address into the log in box at the top of the page, and then clicking on "recover password". You will receive a new password and log in instructions in your email in-box within minutes, day or night. 

    Once logged in, you can view and edit your profile, choosing which information to make visible to the public. You can add your photo, education, and a short bio. If you want to show up under the results when people do a search for engineers to work on small projects, be sure to check the appropriate box in your profile. Current Members who were on the old "small projects list" should already have this enabled in their profile. 

    Another feature in your profile is the ability to check on your current membership status and to renew your membership on-line using a credit card. You will also be able to register and pay for future meetings and events as they are scheduled. 

    What's coming next...

    In the coming weeks we will continue to add content to the "Members Only" area of the web site. This will include committee pages where we will store meetings minutes and other information, along with an area for members to conduct committee discussions. Later this year you will also be able to log in and check your on-line payment history, print past receipts, and view and pay all outstanding invoices. 

    Check back for updates and new features, and be sure to include any comments or requests here in this discussion forum.

  • 01 Sep 2011 1:11 PM
    Reply # 690062 on 663649

    Jim,

    Why are there no phone numbers and addresses in the member dirctory?

    Clarence Campbell

  • 02 Sep 2011 11:15 AM
    Reply # 690887 on 690062
    Anonymous
    Clarence Campbell wrote:

    Jim,

    Why are there no phone numbers and addresses in the member dirctory?

    Clarence Campbell

    Clarence:
    Right now, the directory is set up so that if you are logged in to the site as a member, you see all contact info for everyone including phone numbers and address. If you are not logged in, all you see is basic contact info along with a button to send a message to the person. Each individual can edit their own profile to make all of their info available to the public (so it shows up for people who are not logged in). I initially set it up that way just to keep some of the contact info private and figured that each person could decide what to show. 

    I can also just as easily go in and change the settings for the whole group so that all of the contact info is view-able by the public, but then each person could turn it off if they didn't want it visible. 

    Would that be better?

    --Jim
  • 14 Oct 2011 7:04 PM
    Reply # 723156 on 663649
    Jeffrey Messier (Administrator)

    I think showing addresses would be appropriate by default and members could then choose to add additional information if they desire. Addresses are the same level of privacy we have as registered professionals if you went to the Board of Registration website and looked us up.

    Jeff Messier

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