Briers North

How do I edit my personal information that is displayed in the directory?

Login and click on your name at the top of any page. This will take you to your profile page where you can edit your personal information. 

What is a "Bundle Administrator"?

"Bundle" refers to the bundle of members associated with your home.  The "Bundle Administrator" is the primary member who pays the dues. He or she can add up to 5 other people, typically a spouse and children, at no extra charge.  The additional members will each have their own profile page and will appear in the directory in exactly the same way as a Bundle Administrator.  In the case of a rental property, the Bundle Administrator might be the owner, and the tenants might be added as additional members.

 Should I add all our family members to our membership bundle?

Add anyone whom you want listed in the Homeowners' Directory.  It's very beneficial to add everyone who might be important to contact in an emergency. Make sure to include their cell phone numbers. If you have children who want to baby-sit, pet-sit, or do other jobs, they can describe their interests within the "Bio" section of their profile. 

 How do I add my family members to the directory?

Only your household "Bundle Administrator" can add other family members. Login using the Bundle Administrator's e-mail and password, go to your profile page by clicking on your name at the top of any page, and click “Add Member”. You can also add a family member by logging in and clicking "Join Now" on the main menu.

 What are the default privacy settings?

By default, Property ID and Membership Level are the only items that can be seen by the general public. Your other information can only be seen by paid members, i.e. other homeowners. It is recommended that you do not alter these settings.  If you change your Property ID and Membership Level settings to members-only your property will no longer be listed as a "Participating Home". The list of participating homes is public and in order to appear on the list you must allow these two fields to be public.

 How do I change my privacy settings?

You have control over what is visible in your profile to other homeowners. To change your privacy settings login, go to your profile page by clicking on your name at the top of any page, and then click the "Privacy" link.  For each field in your profile you can set the privacy level to "All" (completely public), "Members" (paid homeowners), and "No access" (visible only to you and the system administrator). It is recommended that you keep your "Property ID" and "Membership Level" visible to "All", which is the default setting.  Otherwise you will not be listed as a "Participating Home".  The list of participating homes is public and in order to appear on the list you must allow these two fields to be public. The other fields are set to "Members" by default.

 Can I add a picture of our home to the photo gallery?

Yes, if you are a paid-up member and logged in. Go the the photo page, click the upload button, and follow the instructions. Only members can add photos.

 Someone added a picture of our home that I want to remove.  How do I get it removed?

Use the "Contact Us" page to send your request to the administrator.

 Can I add Halloween pictures?

Yes, if you are a paid-up member and logged in. Go the the photo page, click the upload button, and follow the instructions. Only members can add photos.

 Is my credit card or Paypal information stored on the Briers North website?

No.  Your credit card or PayPal information is not processed by or stored on this website. At the start of the payment process you are taken directly to Paypal where you enter your card information on the secure PayPal website. At the end of the payment cycle Paypal sends a summary message back to this website to indicate the amount you paid.

 Can I pay dues by paper check?

We ask that you do not pay by check because checks place an unnecessary burden on thinly-stretched volunteers. Paper checks create of lot of extra record-keeping and require physical trips to the bank or image uploads to deposit them. Online payment is more convenient to administer, and generally easier, faster, and more secure for homeowners.

 

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