Top Tips For Using Procurious
Looking to make more of an impact on the Procurious network? Eyes down for a handy set of tips to help you make the most out of our community.
So if you’ve ever caught yourself asking “How do I…?” Read on for our top Procurious tips.
We’ve now opened registrations to Facebook and Twitter (previously we only supported LinkedIn). Just head to the sign-up page to use your preferred method.
Procurious is a place to share your knowledge, grow your network, learn from your peers and make meaningful connections. Surprisingly enough, one of the easiest ways to do this is by adding a picture to your profile. Learn how.
Nobody likes to leave a job half-done… This also rings true on Procurious where profiles are sometimes being left incomplete.
Do it now.
Whether it be inviting people using the ‘Build your network’ tool, LinkedIn, or personalised email link – you’ll be expanding your Procurious network in next to no time. Get building.
Procurious provides you with a choice of viewing modes; choose to view updates from the ‘Whole Network’ or ‘My Network’. Make a decision.
The ‘Discussions’ area on Procurious is buzzing with inquisitive minds. Go ahead and ask the community! Riddle me this.
Procurious isn’t just a place to network – you can delve into our learning resources and teach yourself a thing or two in the process. We offer both free and paid learning materials, take a look.
You’re probably already familiar with tagging from using it on the likes of Facebook and LinkedIn… Well here’s how to use tags on Procurious. See how.
Signing-up to Procurious to grow your professional network is all well and good, but what happens when you change your contact details, land a new role, or leave a company? Find out how.
Our Events page contains both upcoming and past engagements. Here you’ll find essential info like the programme, speakers, fee, and other Procurious members who might be thinking of attending. Get your diary in order.
We’ve now made it possible for any Procurious member to post their own Event and have it displayed in our Event listings. Go here to start telling the world!
Anybody can create their own Group on Procurious (provided it doesn’t exist already!) Groups are the ideal place for people to gather and share around a core interest. See how.
If you’re just visiting Procurious via your PC, laptop, or Mac, you’re missing out… Discover how to go mobile.
We want to make Procurious part of your daily online routine, so we’ve added a curated ‘News’ service . Get your daily news fix.
If you’ve found that you’re receiving too many email notifications from Procurious (invitations, messages etc.) then follow these steps to curb the flow.
You can choose which details you want made available to other Procurious members on your ‘Settings’ page. This includes everything from personal details to your accounts on other social networks. Choose now.
We’ve collated all of our videos from the Big Ideas Summit in one place. So whether you’re after the keynotes, panel sessions or individual ‘Big Ideas’ just head here.
How to delete your Procurious account
We hope you find Procurious useful, but all good things inevitably come to an end. If you really want to leave then please send us an email – you can reach us at [email protected].
For more tips and tricks check out our expanded Frequently Asked Questions page.