Is your profile complete and up to date?

Complete your profile to make the most of the Community.
Is your profile complete and up to date?

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To get the most out of the Community, we recommend that your profile is complete and up to date. Not only will this encourage other members to follow and engage with you through the Community, but will also improve the visibility of your content. 

You can update your profile in the ‘Edit Profile’ setting, which can be accessed from the profile drop-down menu in the top right corner (under your profile photo).

To ensure that you have a complete profile, please check that you have added:

  • your full name The drop down menu under a user's profile banner, with 'View Profile', 'My Posts/Videos/Documents', 'My Video Panels', 'My Digest', 'My Analytics', 'Edit Profile', 'Account Settings', and 'Sign Out' tabs displayed. The 'Edit Profile' is highlighted by a red rectangle.
  • current role title, affiliation, and location
  • a profile photo
  • a filled out ‘About You’ section, where you can introduce yourself and your field of expertise in more detail

If you’d like for other members to be able to get in touch and connect with you outside of the Community, we encourage that you also include your:

  • email address
  • social media links
  • link to your website (if you have one)
  • any other contact details you would like to share

Here’s an example of what a complete profile looks like:

A user profile showing a profile picture, name, and job title, organisation and location against a dark blue background. Buttons to 'Start Panel' and 'Follow' are shown below this. Further down there is a paragraph of biography information followed by summary boxes showing the user's most popular content. Further social media links are provided within a box on the right hand side

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