Is my login to a community the same as my login to the CHA member website? You can use the same username and password when you sign up to a community (recommended), but it is hosted through a different provider. If you were to change your login information on the CHA website, it will not change on the community site. I signed up for a member community but it did not let me in right away.
To ensure that only CHA members access a restricted community, we have an approval process. Once your access is granted, you will receive a confirmation email. If you still have an issue, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, editor, CHA website.
I requested access to a community and it was denied. Some of our communities may be created for a specific committee and not open to everyone. If you think you received a denial in error, please contact email@example.com, editor, CHA website.
Do I have to come to the CHA member website to get the link to my community? No. You can bookmark the link to your community (or communities) like you would any website. Do I have to return to the community site to keep up on discussions?
No. Each site is set up to send discussion posts and responses through email. The default setting is to send e-mail updates to the group twice a week. To participate in a discussion, you can click the button located at the bottom of the email.
I don't want to share my birth date, which is required in the registration form. Unfortunately, CHA does not have control of this. However, this information is not displayed to other participants and is only stored on the "back end".
I have a question that is not listed here. If you still have an issue, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, editor, CHA website.