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Tutorial 2, How to Read (and Send) U2Us

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posted on Jan, 2 2004 @ 01:18 PM
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For all of those here who do not know what U2Us are and how to use them, this little guide should hopefully prove useful. Most people when they join ATS dont know what U2Us are or how to use them, so I wrote this to try and explain so that there is no confusion. U2Us are like an email service especially for ATS members on this site, you can send a U2U to anybody on this site, and the next time they log in or check there U2Us your message will be waiting for them!



Please note that in the below pictures any buttons that are labled [Store/Upload/U2U] in this tutorial have been changed to [MemberCenter] on the actual ATS site

Step 1

You will notice if you have received a U2U by the presence of the following text in the top right hand corner of your screen as indicated below with the arrow,



To read this U2U, click on the text as indicated above.

You can also enter the U2U screen by clicking on the [Store/Upload/U2U] button at the top of the page as indicated in the picture below



Step 2


You will then be presented with this screen, (no matter which way you decided to get here). You will be sent directly to your inbox, here you will see any U2Us that have been sent to you, just click on the subject of the U2U as indicated below and your Message will be displayed.




Step 3

To send your own U2U to anybody on the board, fill in the lower half of the screen as indicated. You will need to put the Username of the person you are U2Uing and the subject as this will be displayed for them to read before they open your message, then just type your message, when you have finished just click on the [Send U2U] button at the bottom of the page.




I hope that this has been of some help. Happy Mailing!


Regards

DJDOHBOY


[Edited on 10-1-2004 by DJDOHBOY]

[Edited on 10-1-2004 by DJDOHBOY]




posted on Jan, 2 2004 @ 01:23 PM
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Cool Cool Stuff

Now kind Sir, when are you going to show us how to post a pic in a thread?



 
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