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Easily connect with other Meetup members on Facebook, Twitter and more!

From: SchaOn Blodgett, CCP, B.
Sent on: Saturday, May 22, 2010 8:16 PM

Easily connect with other Meetup members on Facebook, Twitter and more!


Now the people you know on Meetup can connect with you on other popular sites across the web. Add your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Tumblr and Flickr links right on your Meetup profile to make it easy for your fellow Meetup members to learn more about you and join your networks.


In addition, the Facebook link is unique. You might already be connected to Facebook through Meetup, but we won't display that information unless you choose to. (Coming soon: opting in to this will have even more advantages, such as seeing ways in which your Facebook friends interact with Meetup.)


The same links display across all your group profiles. You can add these links whenever you join a group, edit your profile, or in the Account section. Share your links to let the great connections you make at Meetups carry through to your other web sites!


Jesse is a Product Manager at Meetup.

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