GETTING STARTED USING THIS SITE

WELCOME GET STARTED BY LEARNING THESE STEPS

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        HOW TO GET STARTED USING THE COMMUNITY

        STEP ONE

        How to start using Court Victim Community for Court Victims

        1. Login by clicking on “LOGIN” top right of your screen
        2. Once you log in you will see your name top right (SEE A ABOVE).
        By clicking on your name you will see a drop down for the options.
        3. Click on the option you wish to access (SEE B ABOVE). Click on one
        4. There should also be a QUICK ACCESS Bar Bottom Right.

        The main concept and use of this site are:
        Groups, your own or others
        Forum, your own or others
        where you can choose to have the contents public (the world is able to find them)
        or private (where only those you invite can see them.

        Just like other social media sites, you can post content, text, photos or even links (URL’s) to news stories,
        documents or photos. The difference between Forums and Groups is forums can be organized by topics
        which can be specific things, for example a specific problem, judge, lawyer, person, law, solution, state,
        city or county (you get the idea).

        As we grow there will be more friends, groups, forums etc. The benefit is YOU ARE THE COMMUNITY and you set the standards and rules. You are the ADMIN of your group or forum. You decide who gets access and who you wish to network with.

        STEP TWO

         

        How to start using Court Victim Community for Court Victims
        A quick access bar should always appear bottom right when logged on to your account.
        (SEE C ABOVE).

        STEP THREE

        How to start using Court Victim Community for Court Victims

        You can also access the Groups and Activity from the main site menu (SEE D ABOVE)

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