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Getting Started with Ghana SchoolsNet

Welcome to Ghana SchoolsNet!

If you’re just getting started, you’ve come to the right place! Begin with inviting your classmate or any of your contact, learn how to start building your friends contact. Ghana SchoolNet, is a site designed to bring present and old School mates together, and offer a platform to re-establish contact with their alma-mater. Establish connections and share with , old school mates,life Partners, medical, professionals, legal and social counselors.
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Invite people to Ghana Schools

The most direct way to get people to join Ghana Schools Network is to invite them! Just sign in to Ghana Schools Network and go to the Invite tab to invite your friends. You can invite people to join Ghana Schools Network by manually typing in their email addresses, or you can import your contacts from an address book stored with your email provider or on your computer.


There are three options for inviting your friends from the Invite page. Click on the blue triangles to expand or collapse the invitation options.

Import from Web Address Book: Just type in the address and the password for an email account on AOL Mail, Gmail, Yahoo! Mail or Hotmail — you'll immediately be able to invite any of your contacts to Ghana Schools Network.

Enter Email Addresses: If you have a particular set of email addresses that you want to send invitations to, you can enter these email addresses manually in this section. Enter multiple email addresses into the "Send To" field.

Import from Address Book Application: You can also upload a .vcf or .csv contact file from services like Microsoft Outlook or Apple Address book. You'll be able to invite any contacts that you've stored here to Ghana Schools Network.

If your invitations aren't being delivered by using the Invite tab, then you may want to ask the members you've invited to check their spam folders. Have your friends set their spam filters so that emails from can reach their inboxes.

View your alerts

Alerts are messages sent to you by Apps you or your friends have added. Just like with messages, you can only receive alerts from your friends.

You can view your alerts by signing in to a Ghana Schools Network, and clicking on the "Alerts" link in the upper right. You'll be taken to the "Alerts" tab in your Message Center, which will display your Alerts once you receive them:


Send a private message

You can send private messages to anyone you're friends with on the Network. You can also exchange private messages with the Admins of the the Network, even if you're not friends.


To send a private message, click the "Inbox" link in the right column of the social network. Click the "Compose" link. You can enter people by email address in the "To" field, or click the "Choose from friends" link to select someone from your friends list on the Network.

Withdraw a friend request

It happens! Sometimes you need to withdraw a friend request. Here's how to do it:

  1. Click on "Friends" in the Options Box: Image
  2. Click on the "Requests Sent" tab in the Network Inbox
  3. You will see a list of people you've sent friend requests to:
  4. Click the "Withdraw Request" link next to the person you no longer want to invite to be your friend.
The friend request will no longer be active.

Invite people to your school group

To spread the word about your school group, invite people to it! You can invite people by typing in email addresses, selecting from your list of friends across Ghana Schools, importing your web address book, or importing from an address book application. I


To invite people to a group, go to the group's page and click the "Invite More People" link. People will need to join the Network in order to join the group.

View all videos on Ghana Schools Network

You can browse all of the videos everyone has uploaded to Ghana Schools Network by heading to the Videos tab. You'll see the thumbnails and titles of the videos, who uploaded each video and when, and the number of views and average rating. The videos are sorted in order of those most recently uploaded to the Network.


You can change the order of the videos to view them by top rated, most popular, or in random order by selecting from the "Sort by" drop-down.

Any videos is featured will appear in the top section of the page under the "Featured Videos" heading.

To watch a video, click the title or thumbnail of it from the videos tab. You'll be taken to the video detail page, where you can watch the video and see information like when the video was uploaded, its rating, tags, number of views, and comments people have left on the video.

Participate in a group you've joined

Once you join a school group, you can participate in it! You can add a comment to the group's comment wall and check out the group's discussion forum to start or reply to discussions. To view all of the discussions in the group's forum, locate the Forum box and click the "View all" link.

When you join a group, you'll also automatically follow any comment wall or group forum activity. You'll be subscribed to changes on that group. This means that any time someone joins the group, comments on the group, or starts or replies to a forum discussion within the group, you'll receive an email notification letting you know. This is a great way to keep you involved in groups you belong to and keep you in the know about activity happening on the group.

You can stop following a group you belong to at anytime by clicking the "Stop Following" link on the group's page and on the group's forum page.

Join a group on Ghana Schools Network

Joining a school group is a great way to get started on Ghana Schools Network and to meet your classmates.

To join your school group, go to the school groups tab. You can browse existing groups by most active, or sort them by latest activity, most members, or latest created. Just choose your option from the "Sort by" menu. Once you find your group, click on its title. If the group is public, there will be a link in the top right of the page to join the group. If the group is private, you can apply to join the group from the group's page.


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