Housing1 wrote:Hello, I joined this website four or five years ago, but have barely used it. I am now interested in participating, and joining the Virtual Book Club discussing Dr. Bredesen's recent book seemed like an excellent starting point. Could someone let me know how to join the next meeting on March 20, 2021. Thank you, Christine
It is so nice to hear from you today! Thank you for your interest in the Virtual Book Club. JML will take care of your request to join.
Since you are new to using the site, I would love to take the opportunity to share a few tips to help you find your way around. The site is divided into an extensive Wiki encyclopedia section and a Forum section where community conversations like this one about the book club take place. Please be sure you log in to the site when reading on the Forum or in the Wiki so you will be able to see any attachments members have made. If you are not logged in, you may get an error message that you don’t have access to a link.
If you haven't seen it already, there is a search function on ApoE4.info. Using the search function helps you find previous conversations or threads on topics that interest you. You are encouraged to post to previous topics, even if they haven't been active for a while. It gets conversations going and often promotes new ways of looking at an issue. In addition, you can search for a specific thread topic by clicking on the magnifying glass icon in the upper right corner of the menu bar at the top of the page. You may have already found this link, but I am sharing just in case you didn't and could benefit from knowing:How To Search the ApoE4 Site
One other handy thing to know is how to quote someone so that they are "tagged" by your post. Quoting facilitates conversation between members. It triggers an email to the forum member that you are quoting and gives that person a link to log on and open the ApoE4.info website right to your comment. If you would like to know how to quote someone this link will show you that procedure:How To Use the Quote Function
You can introduce your self, if you wish, on the Our Stories
forum. You would select New Topic in the upper left side of your screen to make a new post there. We are so glad you are here, Christine, and interested in the upcoming Book Club!
If there is anything else you want to know and can't find it on the site, please don't hesitate to ask!