FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions about NZAP Online

❂ How can I get material on the web for my committee, group or region?

❂ How do I get onto the NZAP Facebook page?

❂ How can I View the Archives and Membership List of an NZAP eMail Group

❂ How can I see my password for NZAP eMail Group

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❂ How can I get material on the web for my committee, group or region?

Someone from the Online Communication Committee is assigned to assist each Committee or group. This person has the role of Editor. Note that this means they can post material to the web, they are not responsible for the content, just for where it goes.

If your group, region or committee has not yet been assigned an editor please contact Burke susaburk1@ihug.co.nz

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❂ How do I get onto the NZAP Facebook page?

NZAP has a secret and private NZAP Facebook group which members can use as a discussion forum and a place to share files and photos. To participate, you need to have a Facebook account.

Log into Facebook and send a private message to Walter Logeman (administrator), or any friend you have in the NZAP Facebook group. Anyone who is a member of the group can invite any friend they have on Facebook. The administrator will then check the person is a member of NZAP and approve them. It is easy to leave the group if you don’t want to stay.

Once you are a member, please invite other NZAP members to the group.

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❂ How can I View the Archives and Membership List of an NZAP eMail Group

Go to the Group Information Page. To find it go to eMail Groups: http://nzap.org.nz/members/email-groups. Click the Name of the group (left column). You will then see a link to the Group Information Page.

On the Group Information Page follow the instructions to access the group’s archives or to see a list of
members.

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❂ How can I see my password for NZAP eMail Group

:: Note :: The password for the Online groups is NOT the same as the Password for the NZAP website.

Send a blank email to “listname”-request@groups.nzap.org.nz with the word password in the subject line.

For example to get a password to see the Archives of Connect send an email to
connect-request@groups.nzap.org.nz

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