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How can I find a teammate on MPT?

posted 6 months ago
A MyParkinsonsTeam Member said:

Hi folks, with regards to accidently deleting a message, there is a way to retrieve the text typed. This method is done on my PC and should work on Laptop. I'm not sure about mobile devices like Phones or Tablets but can try. There is another method to help with mobile devices that may help stop losing all text.

For Laptop / Desktop (Tower / Box type)
In a message box type a sentence or few words, it doesn't matter.
Now delete what you have just typed.
Now press and hold "Ctrl" key
While holding the "Ctrl" key, press the "Z" key once.
When you press the "Z" key a letter should return from what you have just deleted. The more times you press "Z" the more letters return and at the speed you press.
If you hold the "Z" down the text will return fast like a printer.

Take care this is not a fool proof. It has to be done straight away after deletion. It is a Windows not MPT thing. If no text appears it hasn't worked.

posted 6 months ago
A MyParkinsonsTeam Member said:

Hi my dear friend,
I'm afraid I haven had much luck in this area either.
Please see if you can find the answer and PLEASE let me know what you find out.
Love, Jeri
🌻

posted 6 months ago
A MyParkinsonsTeam Member said:

Thanks for all the helpful ways to find lost peole, lost messages and lost teamsters! Now where can I fo my d me!??? Just kiddin. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‚
Really, thank you

posted 6 months ago
A MyParkinsonsTeam Member said:

Hi Jeri
What is MPT? If you have time would you let me know. Always wanting to learn more & you always have the best information.
Love
Carol πŸ’–

posted 6 months ago
A MyParkinsonsTeam Member said:

Several ways - if you mean you have already added someone to your team & can't find them, click the 3 horizontal lines to the right of your picture at the top left of the screen, then click My Profile, then my team. Sometimes members change their profile picture or even their user name. (I've changed my user name 3 times, and my picture 7 times.) You can browse through all your team members there. If you think you have found them, click on their picture & it will go to their profile.
Another way to find someone is to click the bell to the left of your picture at the top left of the screen. This is one of my favorite features of this website & it makes for good conversations & good friends. This brings up a list of recent activity about your posts or the posts of your teammates. If you can't find it in the list, click + View all Notifications in the blue rectangle at the top of this list. They are all arranged by date, so if you have some idea when you last talked to your teammate, they are easy to find. If it seems like you have reached the end of the list, just keep scrolling & it will add more or ask you if you want to see more. It will tell you when you have reached the end.
A third way to find someone is to click the magnifying glass on the home screen & type in the team mate's user name or their town. The home screen is the one you get to when you click the blue [my] in the top right of the screen.
If they have left this website, you can do a search on Facebook for their name, if they used their name on MPT. Sometimes people pass away. FB has a way of letting their friends know, so if you are on facebook, you can search all the methods mentioned about finding the photos.
If you mean how do you find someone to add to your team, just read a few posts & profiles (click their picture to get their profile), and click "add to team" for everyone you enjoy.

edited, originally posted 6 months ago
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