This just in … your dashboard is about to get awesomer

OK … this post has absolutely nothing to do with Ron Burgundy … but he’s funny, so there you have it. I have 2 really cool widgets to add to your dashboard:
  1. RSS Feed from the infuseFT blog – this widget will show the 5 most recent blog posts so that you are assured to always be in the loop regarding updates. In the loop = more revenue … Out of the loop = lost revenue. Be in the loop.
  2. Upcoming Events – this widget shows you what’s coming down the pipe … Ever wonder who’s getting what today (or in the next couple of days)? Well, this widget answers that question. This is HUGE because it makes it really easy for you to compliment the automated strategy and content with your personal interaction.
So, how do you get these sweet updates to your dashboard? I need to login to your dashboard … and want to eliminate the necessity for me to continually ask you for updated passwords.  As you know by now, you are required to change your password every 90 days, and your new password can’t match any of your previous 4. Here’s how we’re going to fix this … we’re going to follow a password format that goes like this: <year> <root password> <quarter> … for example, if your password is currently “pickles”, I want you to reset it to 2016picklesQ2 (Q2 assumes you’re resetting your password in April, May or June) … when asked to change it in 90 days,  the new password would be 2016picklesQ3 Doing this makes it much easier for me to support you b/c I won’t need to chase you down to access your dashboard … 1 or 2 guesses on my part should do the trick. First Come. First Serve.  Here’s what you need to do: Please reset your password now: 1. Login to Infusionsoft 2. Click the little person icon in the black bar at the top (next to the ?) 3. Select “Edit My Profile” 4. Click “Edit” under “Your Infusionsoft ID” 5. Click “Change Password” 6. Update using the new <year> <root password> <quarter> format 7. E-mail me your new password 8. I should never have to ask you for your password ever again in the history of the world (alternately you can just click the “Forgot your password?” link on your login screen) I’ll take it from there … First Come. First Serve. Let me know if you have any questions. Have a great day!


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