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Apr 11, 2006 1:49 pmRyze Help > Lesson 1: Controlling Messages in Your Inbox#

T.E.A.M. Mom!

=> This information is being forwarded to you via the "Networkers First Stop Training!" Network, moderated by Althea Garner to help assist you in navigating about your ryze membership and it's features. Best of Successs! Patricia Garrison, Your Bd Leader

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Lesson 1: Controlling Messages in Your Inbox

So, you have become a Ryze member and now you're wondering what to do next!

It won't take long for you to realize that all of a sudden, your Inbox has exploded with a daunting number of Ryze messages! You seem to be receiving welcome messages from people you never heard of before and if you have joined any networks, you'll be receiving notifications of new posts. Now if the networks you have joined are popular (busy) ones, these notifications can come into your Inbox THICK AND FAST!

This is fine, as long as it is managable, but if it becomes too much, just turn off the notifications and visit those networks when you have time.

To do this:
1) Click on the Networks tab (top of the screen)
2) Select any network that you have joined, from the list
3) Click on Edit Networks (towards the bottom of the screen)
4) Remove the check mark in the New Message Notifications column

You may turn these notifications on again at any time, especially if you have posted a message and are waiting for a response.

Receiving notifications is entirely up to you. For example, I subscribe to many networks but only receive notifications from those that interest me the most. I also take advantage of turning off the notifications on advertising days (choosing to review all advertisements in one 'sitting', rather than have them dribble into my Inbox and risk disturbing my train of thought).

Althea Garner
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http://www.b2bconnection.biz
Business Networking for Global $UCCE$$!
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