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How to connect with other Members through your AATG Online Profile
AATG members can maintain their own professional connections with colleagues and friends directly through their AATG Online Profiles. This is a great tool for staying in touch with fellow German teachers, and also for networking with colleagues from other institutions.

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    Find Members to connect with
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Find Members to connect with

You can most easily find friends or colleagues on AATG Online through the Member Directory. The Member Directory allows you to search by name, location, or Chapter Community Group.

To search the Member Directory, enter your search terms in the fields and click "Search."
On the Member Directory Search Results page, you can click the member's name to visit their profile, or hover over their name to view a Profile Snapshot.

You can also find members you may know or meet new colleagues in Chapter Community Groups, on the AATG Forums.


Add a Connection

To add a connection from the Profile Snapshot (seen by hovering over the Member's name), simply click "Add Connection", add a short message, then click "Send Request".



To add a connection from the Member's Profile, simply click "Connect", add a short message if you'd like, then click "Send Request".


View your Connections

You can view a list of all your connections from your AATG Profile. Simply click "Connections" in the "My Profile" box, which is found in the top right-hand corner of every page on AATG Online after you sign in.

From your Connections page, you can view your Connections' Profiles, send a private message, or see their other Connections. You can also send a message to multiple Connections at once, or delete Connections.
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