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You do not need your member number to log into ASME. I believe every ASME login utilizes the "single sign on" meaning an email and a password. To make changes/updates to your ASME record, go to my.asme.org.
My question was about the future email preferences messages we will be getting.
Will all our local members have to create a log in name and password to opt in at that time? What data will some one have to enter to be able to opt in and change preferences in May?
All ASME members except for the 100% "paper only" members already have an ASME username (which is the email address you have on file at ASME) and a password. This is the "single sign on" that is talked about. It already exists, so there is no need for those people to create anything new.
If they are now 100% "paper only" now then they don't have to do anything, unless they want to become "on line" members. In that case I suppose they will need to activate an online profile.
I hope I am understanding your question!
Ahh! So every member has a login name and password already. I guess that is the part many members might not know.
This aspect should be explained for the sub-set of folks that have never logged into their account.
If you handle your annual renewal by email then you have an account. If you are an ASME member and you register to attend a conference, or use the paper submission or paper review process, or buy an ASME product, then you have an account. Encourage your members to go to my.asme.org, make sure they can log in, and then review their information for accuracy.
Thank you John. This is helpful!
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