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jams67
jams67 Member Posts: 925
edited March 2014 in Colorectal Cancer #1
What is the best way to get to a particular person's webpage?
Jo Ann

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  • usakat
    usakat Member Posts: 610
    Hi Jo Ann,

    Navigating CSN can be tough sometimes. I found the best way to get to a person's page is to go to your CSN start page and under the "My Friends" section click on see "All Friends." This will bring up an alpha directory of users.

    Or you can put the person's username in the search browser above and see what you get.

    Good luck!
  • robinvan
    robinvan Member Posts: 1,012
    I don't know if this is the best way but it works for me.
    1. select(highlight) and copy user name from note.
    2. Go to "user directory" from your CSN start page
    3. Paste name into search window
    4. Click on webpage link that comes up after search.
    I just did that and had a peak at your Webpage. Some of the longer term users might offer better ways.
    Rob; in Vancouver
  • jams67
    jams67 Member Posts: 925
    robinvan said:

    I don't know if this is the best way but it works for me.
    1. select(highlight) and copy user name from note.
    2. Go to "user directory" from your CSN start page
    3. Paste name into search window
    4. Click on webpage link that comes up after search.
    I just did that and had a peak at your Webpage. Some of the longer term users might offer better ways.
    Rob; in Vancouver

    Yeah! I did it. You are now one of my friends. I even updated a bit and looked at yours. Ok, if you can see mine, I can see yours.
  • jsabol
    jsabol Member Posts: 1,145
    Hi JoAnn,
    I have found that if a person's post makes me want to check out their web page, I just click on the icon of the little head with the green arrow right below that post. This puts the person on your "Friends" list. Go back to your start page, go down to your friends list, and then you can go to the friends screen, with viewing their web page as a choice.
    BTW, I just did this with yours; I was also diagnosed on my baseline colonoscopy, at age 53. I also had no symptoms, stage III, one node. My dad was diagnosed with colon cancer when I was 50, and I just put mine off, thinking I had plenty of time. Wrong, but lucky for me still got it done! Glad to hear things are going well for you now. I am 3 years out from chemo, and starting to believe things might be OK. Judy
  • jams67
    jams67 Member Posts: 925
    jsabol said:

    Hi JoAnn,
    I have found that if a person's post makes me want to check out their web page, I just click on the icon of the little head with the green arrow right below that post. This puts the person on your "Friends" list. Go back to your start page, go down to your friends list, and then you can go to the friends screen, with viewing their web page as a choice.
    BTW, I just did this with yours; I was also diagnosed on my baseline colonoscopy, at age 53. I also had no symptoms, stage III, one node. My dad was diagnosed with colon cancer when I was 50, and I just put mine off, thinking I had plenty of time. Wrong, but lucky for me still got it done! Glad to hear things are going well for you now. I am 3 years out from chemo, and starting to believe things might be OK. Judy

    Judy,
    You are now one of my new best friends!
    Thank you for the help.
    Jo Ann