When you first log in, you will see a page similar to that shown below. Note that only Club Administrators see the 'Club Admin' link and district administrators the 'District Admin' link (and only they have access to those pages). 

On the members home page, quite a lot of information is displayed (numbers in the screenshot below)

  1. Note the 'members area' menu will not necessarily be the same - 'district admin', 'club admin' are only displayed if you hold one of those posts..
  2. Menus:
    •  (shown) 'members area' - for you to update your information, add a new page or update your pages. You can print event 'tick lists' of club members/partners. Some options can be set by the club administrator, so may not be visible in your menu - for example, the facility to make apologies via the system
    • 'Contact & Search' - contact details for other members
    • 'Members Only Page' - a list of pages that only members of your club can see - they must be logged in to see them.
  3. Important messages from your club and district administrators (if the district is using the template)
  4. The year's theme, chosen by the Rotary International President
  5. If you are on a district committee or have edit access to a club committee, links to enable you to update your committee pages.

NOTE: the full menu is only available if your club is using the website template and making the ANNUAL payment to the Rotary Foundation for its use.

Registered club members have the facility to:

  • update their details (including adding a photo of themselves),
  • see forthcoming Charter Celebrations for clubs in their district (provided that the clubs have entered the information in their admin section!)
  • view 'Members Only' pages written by other members of their club*
  • Read 'members only' reports written by district officers*.
  • Contact other club members
  • send apologies for non-attendance at club meetings or events.
  • See what is going on at other clubs in your district in the next 7 days - useful if you can't make your own club meeting or are perhaps on a 'scatter night'
  • add pages for their club (NB this can only be done after the administrators have created committees/sections)
  • Modify pages associated with a committee (if the club administrator has given them 'edit access' for a particular committee)
  • Create a printable 'members ticklist' form

*These types of pages are probably of no interest to members of the general public, hence being included in the 'members only' section.

Chris Sweeney

RIBI Template designer