Frequently Asked Questions
|How is the site moderated?|
|What does StrengthofUs do with content I post and any information I share?|
Please see our Privacy Statement for information on this.
|How do I make sure no one edits content I post?|
When posting content, you have the option of granting access to the content to other users. If you do not want anyone else editing or changing your content, including a blog post or page, you need to ensure the write access setting is set to private. This is different from the access privacy setting, which controls who can see your content when it is posted.
|How do I control what emails I receive from the Web site?|
You can control what notifications you recieve from the site by clicking the blue "Settings" link available on the top left of the site. Within your settings, you can control whether or not you receive email or Web site notifications when any activity occurs on your content or your friends' content.
You can also control whether or not you recieve email or Web site notifications when activity occurs in any groups you are a member of.
You can change any of these notifications at any time by visiting your settings page.
|How do I change my privacy settings?|
You have the ability throughout the site to control who sees your profile and any content you post. When creating your profile, you will have the opportunity to select whether you want your profile to remain private or if you would like it viewable to the public, your friends only, logged in users only or group members only. You can control these privacy settings by clicking the "Edit Profile" option in your profile page.
When you post content to the Web site, whether it be a blog, file, comment, discussion post or a page, you have the option to either share your post publicly, with friends only, with logged in users only or with group members only. You can also always set any content you post to private so it is only viewable by you. You can always edit these privacy settings by going to your content and editing it.