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Last Post 02/27/2014 4:25 PM by  catman
Getting to and Updating your Roster Listing
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catman
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02/27/2014 4:25 PM

    We have had a Roster on this site almost since we started the site but many people do not update their listing very often and over the last year or so we have added some additional fields, for example questions related to passports, NFIP certs and others, so it's important to check your listing and update as often as possible to keep it current.

    Here is a easy to get to your Roster listing so that you can update.

    1. Login in with the user account you used to add your listing.  This is very important, as we have stated in the past just about everything post on the site is connected to the account that you where using when you made the post.

    2.  Once you login just click on your name or picture at the top of the page. (see below)

     

    3.  Once on your profile page, check the right hand side of the page.  If you logged in with the correct user account you should see your listing under "Roster Listing" just click the pencil icon and update the listing.


    Also, please note that if you no longer want your Roster listing on the site then you will need to send us a request to it removed.  Removing your site user account will not remove your Roster listing.  

    Roy
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