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Description Snippets of information that you may include in your newsletter to help members get more from easy-Speak

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Note to Newsletter Authors:
If your club uses easy-Speak you may maintain your own club identity (logo and strap-line etc) whenever you use a link into the site.
To do this, make sure that any of the links used have the parameter '&c=xxxx' where the 'xxxx' is your club id. As an example, the 'Do You Want to Speak?' snippet as shown below will always present itself as Bicester Speakers since their club id is '3'. Just change the number to customise any of the links to present with your club identity.
Here is more information about using static links from your club web-site.

When Do You Want to Speak?
Have you been putting off making your next speech? If you’re one of those people who like having a goal to work towards, you can now book the date of your next speech. Click on http://d71.org/kb.php?mode=article&k=45&c=3 to find out how to do it.

A new user?
If you are new to the easy-Speak system this link that will give you the information to help you find your way around.

Not certain about how to tell your VP-E that you accept a role or can't attend?
Did you know that you may accept or refuse a role at a meeting on-line via easy-Speak?
You may also 'volunteer' for a vacant role at a meeting if you club uses this feature.
Here's how to do it:

Want to see how your club is doing?
Did you know that you may get an instant status on everyones speeches and an overview of who did what at recent (or future) meetings?
Here's how to do it:

Did you bring your camera?
If you take your camera along to a club social you may share the photos with everyone by uploading them to the club photo album.
It's easy - here's how to do it:

Want to keep an eye on a future meeting?
If you want to know if someone cannot attend or refuses their assigned role at a meeting you may ask the easy-Speak robot to send you an e-mail and tell you about it. Here's how to do it: