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Would I be able to use your tutorials up on the Accessibility
Central.net website for others to reference. I would combine
the tutorials into one page with headings to jump down to each
If allowed they would most probably go to the nvda tutorials for
other programs page.
I would like to have your name there as a contributor unless you
do not want me to add it there.
If I was to change any thing it would just be the name of the web
page using .... with nvda if you get what I mean.
On 5/01/2021 12:02 pm, Brian Vogel
Someone just wrote to me privately asking about using
Mute this Topic and noting that he was asked to log in to
Groups.io, which you absolutely will need to do on occasion, as
what keeps track of the topics you mute is associated with your
When you subscribe to any Groups.io group, the e-mail
address you used to do so becomes your login ID and an account,
that is "without password but can't be logged in to on the web
until you set one," is created.
Here are several tutorials I've written that will allow you to set
things up so that you can use the advanced features that Groups.io
Establishing a Groups.io Website
Account Password If You’ve Been an E-Mail Only User (docx) - The most basic, and
first thing you must do. This information is repeated in the
tutorial on controlling the mail you get from Groups.io, but I
made a standalone version that only covers the steps to do
this. Once you do this, the Mute this Topic link becomes a
"click and its done" affair provided you logged in using the
browser that's your default browser and haven't closed that
browser and cleared cookies. Mute this topic uses the web
interface, but not in such a way that you need to interact
with it, you just need to have access to your account, which
means just staying logged in once you are logged in.
Changing the Email Address for Your
(docx) - If you ever want to ditch your current email
address, and have subscribed to multiple groups using it,
you need not unsubscribe from all of them and resubscribe
with the new address. You can simply log in to your
Groups.io account and change the email address associated
with it. Doing so will also change your login ID to that
new email address rather than the one you were using.
Controlling the Messages You
Receive via E-Mail from Groups.io (docx) - The title says it
all, and there are some very nifty tricks you can use to get
exquisite control over what lands in your inbox and under
what conditions for any group to which you're subscribed.
I am happy to give additional information on anything that
might not be clear in the above tutorials. It's to all of
our advantages that each member knows how to get what they
want out of the Groups.io experience.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit,
Version 20H2, Build 19042
The depths of denial one can be pushed to by
outside forces of disapproval can make you not even recognize
yourself to yourself.
~ Brian Vogel