Getting Started

You’re about to take charge of your website, delivering information to the people who need it most. Think of it: prospective students, alumni, employees, faculty, and the person next to you could be looking at the words and photos you’ll be posting soon. Let’s get started!

Accepting the Invitation

After logging on to your my.Plymouth account, you should see an e-mail from the Plymouth State University Help Desk. Within the body of the e-mail, two links will appear. Read carefully and confirm your invitation by clicking the appropriate link. You will be directed to a page that reads:

Once you have chosen the correct link in the e-mail you received, this page will appear. You have two options, visit the homepage or login. Select login to begin creating or editing the blog.

Once you have chosen the correct link in the e-mail you received, you will be prompted with two options: visit the homepage or login. Select login to begin creating or editing your blog.

Choose login. And voilà! Welcome to WordPress.

Accessing your Site in the Future

Once you have accepted the invitation, you will be added to that particular blog. To access the blog, as well as all of the other blogs you are part of, please bookmark the following link:

Once you login, you will be taken to a list of blogs that you currently have access to. This page should be bookmarked so that you can find it easily in the future. Choose Dashboard under the blog you want to work on to begin the editing process.

Once you log in, you will be taken to a list of blogs that you currently have access to. This page should be bookmarked so that you can find it easily in the future. Choose Dashboard under the blog you want to work on to begin the editing process.

On the page you are directed to you will see the entire list of blogs that you have been granted access to. This site should be bookmarked in your web browser so you can easily find it.

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