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Frequently Asked Questions about the Professional Storyteller social networking site. Please feel free to answer any of the FAQs posted.
Latest Activity: Feb 18, 2014
Something you might find helpful in the Members section is the search box.Onthe Members page in the search box where you might search by name, you can use other topics. As an example, I searched for…Continue
Started by Lois Sprengnether Keel (LoiS) Sep 10, 2010.
I'd like to delete the question box at the top of My Page.
Started by Reisa Stone Dec 22, 2009.
You own your original content that you post on on Professional Storyteller.Professional Storyteller is a site built on a platform at Ning.com. Ning makes no assertion of ownership for anything you…Continue
Started by Tim E. Last reply by K. Sean Buvala Mar 11, 2009.
How do I respond to 2 "Group Invites" that are "Awaiting Approval" on My Page? What is the process of responding? BTW, I would be interested in one of the groups, but not so much in the other. Mimi…Continue
Started by Mimi Rockwell. Last reply by Tim E Dec 10, 2008.
Yes. If you, as a creator of a group, feel that you would like assistance in running a group (to generate more discussion, to moderate discussion), you can grant administrative privileges to other…Continue
Started by Tim E Oct 22, 2008.
You'll notice that some groups on this site were set up to have discussions, but the "discussions" are underutilized while comments hang on the group welcome page like spanish moss-- comments that…Continue
Started by Tim E Oct 22, 2008.
I use the main page to see what is new, especially around blogs and video posts. I might check in every couple days to see new posts, but I've been noticing multi-blogs from a single person so other…Continue
Started by Rivka Willick. Last reply by Tim E Oct 22, 2008.
When a visitor clicks on "Add As Friend" under a profile picture, a friend request will be sent by email to the person. The person (profile) can then accept or reject the friend request by clicking…Continue
Started by Dianne de Las Casas, Founder. Last reply by Bill and Kath Worsfold Sep 22, 2008.
A forum is a place where you can ask a one-time, very topic-specific question. For example, in the forum, Lawrence Howard posted a very specific question about how to tour a niche show. A Group is a…Continue
Started by Dianne de Las Casas, Founder. Last reply by Bill and Kath Worsfold Sep 21, 2008.
You will see (unless you have ad blocking software) on the right hand side of the screen that Google places ads on every page of Professional Storyteller, including your personal page.Why are there…Continue
Started by Tim E. Last reply by Max Tell Sep 18, 2008.
Hoping this is a simple misunderstanding on my part.Perhaps I am assuming something.When I click on MY SETTINGS and scroll down to the Page Address address, I'm thinking, "OK, if I want someone to…Continue
Started by Tom Taylor. Last reply by Tom Taylor May 26, 2008.
I have spent a week trying to delete double info on PS (photos, My Page, Members) and finally succeeded with the help of the Ning technicians. Guess what? It was human error--and I'm the guilty…Continue
Started by Mimi Rockwell May 18, 2008.
Started by Rachel Hedman Mar 29, 2008.
From the main page of Professional Storyteller, scroll towards the bottom where the groups are listed. Click on the picture or icon of the group you want to join. It will take you to the Group's…Continue
Started by Dianne de Las Casas, Founder. Last reply by Tim E Mar 27, 2008.
When leaving a comment for someone, the only way you can correct what you have written is to delete the comment and rewrite it. If you are creating a blog post or discussion forum, you can "edit,"…Continue
Started by Dianne de Las Casas, Founder. Last reply by Tim E Mar 26, 2008.
From the main page of Professional Storyteller, scroll down towards the bottom where the groups are listed. Underneath the groups' pictures/icons, you will see a + sign and "Create a Group." Click on…Continue
Started by Dianne de Las Casas, Founder Mar 25, 2008.
Yes.Non-members can visit and read postings on this site (they may not post comments).Any blog posts, comments in forums, groups, videos, photos, profile pages are searched and indexed by Google and…Continue
Started by Tim E Mar 25, 2008.