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KIT WENG CHEANG
How do I see my history of archived Webinars I have attended ?
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Kyla Caponigro
  There are three main areas within the Xchange community - here's a quick summary of what they are, and what you can expect in each.   Forums are the place to go to ask peer-to-peer questions. Anyone with internet access can view content in the Forums, however you must be registered in Xchange (it's free and easy!) to ask a question or comment.… (Show more)
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Kyla Caponigro
  The images above probably look familiar if you have spent time in Xchange. We have lots of experts here masquerading as bowling balls, spiders, and flowers.    Here's a quick how-to on how to update your avatar - the image that shows up next to anything you post.   1. Click your Avatar in the upper right hand corner of your screen 2. Edit… (Show more)
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Debbie Johnston
How do I see what Webinars I have attended and or have scheduled for future viewing and also to add to my Outlook Calendar?
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Kyla Caponigro
  Welcome to the NFPA Xchange Community! We're glad you have joined us here.   You may be wondering what, exactly, is Xchange? Read on to find out.   At the NFPA, we believe that we are stronger, smarter, and safer together. Asking each other questions, sharing experiences, and providing expertise adds to the collective knowledgebase that we can… (Show more)
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John W Labowski
I'm new here and trying to navigate the site... How do I find content relative to my facility...a substance abuse recovery center certified through CARF?  I thought I joined the Health Care section and maybe I'm a bigger dunce than I portray but I can't find it. 
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Kyla Caponigro
  Following can be a good thing - take the ducklings above, for example. Following is also an important concept to helping you get the most out of your Xchange experience.   What Can You Follow? You can follow content, places, and people in Xchange. To follow a specific piece of content, like this post or a discussion, look in the upper right hand… (Show more)
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Kyla Caponigro
  Online communities, like Xchange, have great advantages: we can connect with peers all over the world, at any time of day, on a variety of topics. One thing that is a little harder to do in an online forum like this is really get to know one another. Your Xchange profile is an easy way to help others get to know you, and trust the answers you… (Show more)
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