Note:If you want to make some household members private and others public, you can do so. This ensures appropriateness of the photos that are uploaded. No household members can have more visible permissions than the Household Visibility Limit. If you don't add a profile photo, we'll make one for you with your initials. In the United States and Canada, your household profile is visible by default to all members of your stake.
You can change your User Account name. You can also change your profile settings to be seen by all stake members, all ward member, or only by leaders. For a more detailed list of administrators, see. How do I remove my birth date from my profile? You can add a e-mail address, phone number, and photo for the overall household. However, regardless of the individual visibility setting for a family member, no visibility setting can exceed that of the Household Visibility Limit. Any changes you make here can be seen in any Google product that shows your About Me info.
To remove your birth date from your profile on the web, you will need to remove your information from all three of the birth date fields. When you change your name, tagline, profile photo, or cover photo in Google+, it is reflected in your About Me information. Select User Accounts and click the Change your account name option. You can also add a cover photo, a profile photo, and a tagline, which are public. You can also add individual e-mail addresses, phone numbers, and photos for each household member. You will see two visibility settings, one to control visibility for your birth date year and the other to control visibility for your birth date month and day.
All of your User Folders will still show the old name in File Explorer. If you want your profile to be more private, you will need to log in and adjust your privacy settings to be private. The visibility settings are granular enough that each household member can have different visibility settings. Other ward members may be confused because they cannot see it. You can control who on Twitter can see your birth date on your profile by using your birth date visibility settings.
You can also edit some of this information through. For example, suppose your household phone is set to Stake, but the Household Visibility Limit is set to Ward. Press the WinKey+X to display the System Menu and click Control Panel. . Review the Privacy Agreement Review the. You can change the setting to Ward or Private - Leadership Only, but even if you leave it on Stake, it will still be displayed as if it were set to Ward, because the Household Visibility Limit takes precedence.
One thing you need to be aware of is that although you can change your account name, The only place you will see the new name is on the Log In screen and the Start Screen. Then choose if you want the item visible to leaders only, the ward, or everyone in the stake. Note:Currently there is a limitation in the directory that prevents 18-year-olds from editing their profiles. You can customize your Twitter profile by adding your birth date. If you click to edit your household phone, you will still see the setting on Stake, but it will be grayed out. If you want to make your profile visible to others, you will need to log in and adjust your privacy settings to stake or ward visibility.
It shows the Computer Name + your User Account name. However, household members can have more restrictive settings. The Household Visibility Limit sets the maximum visibility for any part of your household information. Elements for Which You can Set Privacy Options In addition to selecting visibility settings for each family member, you can also set an overall visibility limit for the entire household. This will be fixed in an upcoming release. After you upload your picture to the directory, an administrator clerk needs to approve your picture before it will be displayed to the members in your unit. Pin a Tweet to your profile You can pin a Tweet to your profile so that when others visit your profile, it is the first Tweet they will see.
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