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Thread: How do you become a senior member?

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    How do you become a senior member?

    I joined the QB several months ago and love it! I was reading the requirements to put something on the "For Sale" thread and it says you have to be a senior member. Where can I find the various levels of membership and the requirements for moving from one level to the next? I tried finding it but I didn't have any luck. Thank you in advance for the answer.

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    Member 0 - 99
    Junior Member 100 - 299
    Senior Member 300 - 999
    Super Member 1,000 – 9,999
    Power Poster 10,000 +
    MzzzQuilts aka Ellen

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    ellen found that at the bottom of the community guidelines, which is in the Main forum
    Nancy in western NY

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    So those numbers are your number of posts??

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    Here's the link that QuiltnNan spoke about: http://www.quiltingboard.com/main-f1...s-t168801.html

    Yes, those numbers are your number of posts. I believe that the posts have to be quilt related in order to count. Things like game posts, recipes, etc. don't count towards your totals.
    MzzzQuilts aka Ellen

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    wish it was not so difficult to post pictures

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    Quote Originally Posted by joym View Post
    wish it was not so difficult to post pictures
    It's really not, if you'd like me to take you under my wings, IM me and I'll give you specific help. I'd be happy to.
    MzzzQuilts aka Ellen

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    This site is about the easiest to post pics on I've ever seen. Just click on the picture frame icon, browse to the picture and click upload. Most other sites I've been on make you use a hosting company like photobucket or such.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belfrybat View Post
    This site is about the easiest to post pics on I've ever seen. Just click on the picture frame icon, browse to the picture and click upload. Most other sites I've been on make you use a hosting company like photobucket or such.
    I'm testing what you said and I don't see the picture! Must be my Windows 8 program messing me up so much. Don't understand that too well either since fairly recent purchase of new computer. But I am learning -- slowly but surely.
    Attached Images Attached Images Click to view large image 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belfrybat View Post
    This site is about the easiest to post pics on I've ever seen. Just click on the picture frame icon, browse to the picture and click upload. Most other sites I've been on make you use a hosting company like photobucket or such.
    I'm testing what you said and I don't see the picture! Must be my Windows 8 program messing me up so much. Don't understand that too well either since fairly recent purchase of new computer. But I am learning -- slowly but surely. Oh, by golly, I think it worked. Thank you! (This Log Cabin quilt may have been posted by someone else but I liked it and saved the picture since I'd like to make a similar one!)

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