What is MySIOR?
- An online, private community for SIOR members, Committees and Chapters to communicate, collaborate, network, and conduct business.
- A one-stop resource for all SIOR services, such as SIOR Connect, SIOR Pulse, M2M Transactions, Profile Updates, Event Registration, and more.
- It’s like using Dropbox, LinkedIn, and Gmail all at the same time, in one central place specifically created for SIOR members.
Why Should I Use MySIOR?
To easily find members within a specific Chapter, Committee, specialty group to conduct business and collaborate.
To share ideas and questions and learn from fellow members.
To access all of SIORs resources (SIOR Connect, SIOR Pulse, M2M Transactions) and manage meetings and events.
To market yourself, your committee, and/or your Chapter and get recognition as a thought leader.
- To get direct access to your SIOR network and benefits anytime, and anywhere. MySIOR is available on your computer as well as on any tablet or mobile phone with a MySIOR members’ only app. Staying connected has never been easier.
What New Features Are Available on MySIOR?
- Private Community discussions – a forum to communicate, with the option of real-time, daily, or weekly message notifications.
- Friend Connections – create specialized network of friends within the SIOR membership.
- Direct Messages to Individuals or Groups – easily search for and send messages to specific members, committees, groups, etc.
- Document Sharing – upload documents, share, edit, and discuss with your community members.
- Activity Feeds - stay up-to-date with the most recent activity feeds, notifications, and announcements via customized landing pages and email alerts.
Common MySIOR Questions and Answers
How Do I Sign In?
- Go to my.sior.com (no www.)
- In the upper right-hand corner, click on “Login to see members only content”
- User your unique MySIOR username and password
- Example: U: JSmith12345, P: 12345
- Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for help with your username/password
Do I Need to Login More Than Once to Access Specific Platforms and Services (i.e. SIOR Connect, Update My Profile)
How Do I Reply to a Community Discussion?
- Access the discussion from either the email notification you received in your inbox or by clicking on the discussion post within MySIOR.
- To respond, you can either Reply to Discussion, Reply to Sender, or Post a New Discussion (which starts an entirely new thread separate from the current discussion you are reading)
How Do I Manage the Emails I Receive?
- Go to My Account within MySIOR, and click on My Subscriptions.
- Select how you wish to receive emails from each of the communities you are a member of. Choose either:
- Daily (you receive a daily digest around 5 a.m.)
- Legacy (plain-text emails – with lack of features (no images, attachments), but the ability to reply without going to the community)
- No emails
- Unsubscribe (leave the community)
How Do I Update My Profile?
- Log into MySIOR
- Click on My Account, and then select “Edit Profile”, OR
- Click on Profile link within the welcome box (next to the picture)
- Click on “Edit Contact Information” underneath main contact info.
Why Can’t I See Discussions on Some Communities?
- Only members who are subscribed to a community can view discussions and documents.
- Many communities are private, but members can request to join and be added by an administrator.
How Can I Create a New Community?
- Any type of community can be created. Once created, members can then be invited to join.
- To avoid duplicate communities, members cannot create their own communities, but can request and suggest new communities to be created.
- Members can request to create new communities by either
- Going to the Community page and clicking on “+Create a New Community” and completing the request form, OR
- Contacting SIOR Communications Director, Alexis Fermanis at email@example.com
What are Microsites and How Can I Create one for my Chapter?
- Microsites are community websites that are customizable and act as a mini website, rather than a cookie-cutter community page.
- Microsites can have multiple pages and links, and unique layout, design, and navigation menus.
- A microsite must be managed by an administrator. Any chapter looking to create a microsite must identify an administrator to be trained by SIOR staff. This administrator will be responsible for all content edit and updates to the site.
- To request a microsite and/or training, contact SIOR Communications Director Alexis Fermanis at firstname.lastname@example.org