Setting Up Your Account

Personalizing your Crowdbase makes it feel more like, well, yours! You can customize your Crowdbase to make it look and act the way you want it to.

Viewing Your Profile Page

View Profile

You can manage your account settings by clicking on your profile picture in the top right corner. The first option in the drop down menu, View Profile, brings you to your profile page, where you can see all your posts, who you’re following, who’s following you, as well as your likes and contributions.

Editing your Profile and Account Settings

To set up or modify your Profile, go back to the drop-down menu in the top right corner, and choose Account Settings. There, you’ll find 4 tabs where you can enter information about yourself and the way you want to interact with Crowdbase.

The first tab, Account, lets you customize basic settings and manage your external account (Box, Dropbox and GDrive). The second tab, Profile, is the who, what and where. Here, you can change your cover photo, avatar and enter your profile information. The next tab, Integrations, is where you can select your default group, as well as grab the bookmarklet or extensions for your browser. The last tab, Notifications, is where you can choose the frequency and type of notifications you receive: if you want to know when other users add posts, start following you, thank and invite you, ask questions or give answers, and much more.

 Edit Profile Settings

Got any questions, comments or ideas? Shoot us an email at team@crowdbase.com or simply hit the Help & Support button in the bottom right corner! We’ll be happy to help :)

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