Extended profiles for users and churches

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Bob Pritchett | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, Feb 4 2021 9:52 AM

We've added more options to your user profile, and given you control over which data fields are shared publicly, with the admins of Faithlife groups / churches you join, and with co-members of Faithlife groups.

The profile information you choose to show publicly will also be available to people who look you up from content you choose to share at Faithlife Sermons, or by publicly sharing Logos documents via  https://documents.logos.com/, etc.

You can see what your profile looks like by going to https://faithlife.com/account. Use the "View as" selector at the top to see what you're sharing with different groups.

You can use the "Edit" button in the upper right to edit all the fields.

Note that the reason there are so many fields is that this is not just for forum use, but for people whose churches use Faithlife as a church database, and lets people control what information they want to share with the church, with other members of their church group, etc.)

I'd appreciate your taking a look and enhancing your profile if you're willing.

Note that you can also click any poster's name here in the forums to see their public profile.

My page: https://faithlife.com/bobpritchett

Phil Gons: https://faithlife.com/philgons

We also support extended profiles for churches as well; if you are the administrator of your church's Faithlife group, you can edit it at Admin > Settings > Church Settings. Here are some examples:

https://faithlife.com/mobclife/about

https://faithlife.com/efbc-family/about 

https://faithlife.com/ccccmillville/about

Eventually this data will populate a church-finding directory, and it's also good SEO for your church, in light of Faithlife's high-authority domain.

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Bruce Dunning | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Feb 4 2021 2:23 PM

Thanks for giving us the flexibility and control over what is public. I can see this being very helpful for churches and other small groups.

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