Contacting other members of the community
The Community website allows you to send messages to other members. You can also create a network of contacts.
Sending an invitationx
You can invite someone to register on the Jewish Monument site by clicking on Invite in the blue menu bar at the top of the page. You will need to enter that person’s email address. Then use the field that opens to send them a message.
If you want to connect with another member of the community, you can search for them by entering their name in the search tool.
To add someone as a contact, click on the Add as contact button on the their profile page. This button is also available under All actions. When you are prompted to indicate whether this person is a friend or acquaintance, select the appropriate option and then click OK. The other member now receives a contact request. They can’t see whether you chose Friend or Acquaintance. You can also send this person a direct message.
Find detailed information about Expressing interest here.
To see an overview of your friends and acquaintances, click on Contacts in the blue menu next to your name. A list appears, showing everyone in your network, divided into three categories: People who want to contact you, Friends and Acquaintances.
Other users of the site who want to contact you, are listed under the heading: These people want to contact you. Next to each person’s name is an option to accept their invitation.
To view new messages to you from other community members, click on Messages. To view messages you’ve sent, click on Sent. This page includes two other folders: Drafts, containing messages you’re still working on, and Outbox, containing messages you haven’t sent yet. Finally, clicking New message enables you to compose and send new messages.