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Update Profile: show your preferred pronouns

You can now update your profile to show your preferred pronouns
22 Oct 2021
Written by Michelle Cruickshank
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Here's how to update your IDS Alumni Network profile to show your preferred pronouns to other members.

1. Login to the IDS Alumni Network website

2. Go to your settings and press edit under "Personal Information" as you can see in the image below

3. Choose from She/Her, He/Him, They/Them or enter your own custom pronouns

4. Click Save and go to your profile page to see what it looks like (example in the image below)

Did you know that the IDS Alumni Network website is available as a mobile app?

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