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Dear RoundTable reader,
Over the next few weeks, we’ll be upgrading our systems with a new signup and account management process that will make it much easier for you to manage your newsletter subscriptions, recurring donations and other activity on our site all in one place.
You may start noticing these changes in the days ahead. So we wanted to let you know what’s coming -– and how you can help.
The transition means you might need to re-verify your email address, even if you’ve already signed up to receive our newsletters or made donations in the past.
When you first visit the site after the new system is activated sometime early Thursday afternoon, you might see a popup message that looks something like this:
Even if you’re already signed up for our newsletters, you can simply enter your email address and click “sign up”. If the email you enter is already on our mailing list, you’ll see the following message:
Check your email inbox (or possibly your spam folder if you don’t see the confirmation email) for the verification email and then click on the link in that email to return to our site.
From here, you can click on the “my account” button at the top right corner of the site if you’d like to create a password or manage any of your newsletter subscription or billing preferences. If you don’t want to create a password, that’s OK, too! You can always use the link from the verification email to sign in and manage your account.
This new sign in-button also will be added to the RoundTable site on Thursday. If you’d like to sign in and manage your account, look for it at the upper righthand corner of our home page, next to the search icon.
If you are a newsletter subscriber, or if you have supported the RoundTable financially as a member – thank you! You are part of the family supporting community journalism in Evanston, and helping us to keep the RoundTable freely available to all. We could not be more grateful. We expect this transition to be smooth – and it’s going to help improve the way we interact.
Thanks in advance for your patience – and for your help!
The RoundTable Team