Announcements

  • New MyNASW Features

    We've introduced three new features in MyNASW Community! Here are the highlights:

    Inline reply: To make it easier for members to reply online, you can now make a reply within the discussion without being taken to a new page to write your post. This will allow you to reference the whole discussion thread when creating your reply. REPLY INLINE is a quick reply option with streamlined formatting options, but you can click on the 'Use Advanced Editor' link if you want to use more formatting options (add an image, etc.) in your post.


    Save as draft: Ever found yourself writing a post and got pulled away? There is now a SAVE AS DRAFT option to allow you to save your message to finish later, as well as a new auto-save feature which will automatically save your post content in case you accidentally close your browser window or something crashes. Go to your PROFILE > MY CONTRIBUTIONS > LIST OF CONTRIBUTIONS to find your drafts waiting for you to resume typing.


    New reply notifications: Members will now get a real-time email notification when there is a new reply on a discussion thread that you started or when there is a new post on a thread to which you've replied. If you don't want to post anything but want to get notifications anytime someone replies on a discussion that that you find interesting, you can 'favorite' a thread by clicking on the star next to the discussion thread's subject. You can also deselect the star to stop receiving notifications on a discussion thread. Not interested in receiving reply notifications in general? You can turn these off by going to your PROFILE > MY ACCOUNT > EMAIL PREFERENCES and clicking from YES to NO next to Participation Emails.
  • Social Work Month Theme Released - Elevate Social Work

    Every day, the nation's 680,000 social workers work to empower and elevate millions of people, including some of the most vulnerable in our society. 

    National Professional Social Work Month in March 2019 is an opportunity for social workers around the nation and world and their supporters to educate the public about the invaluable contributions of the profession. 

    And we will also use the month to begin a conversation on how to boost the pay of social workers, which continues to lag behind that of other helping professions.
  • WELCOME TO THE MYNASW MEMBERS-ONLY ONLINE COMMUNITY!

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  • Privacy Settings in MyNASW Community

    You control your profile. Until you update your privacy settings, only your name, chapter and practice area are visible to any other member. You can easily allow members to see more or less about you. Update your privacy settings here.
  • Profile Updates in MyNASW Community

    Your MyNASW Community profile comes from your NASW member record. Make profile updates in the NASW Member Center. You’ll see your changes in MyNASW within 30 minutes.
  • Join the Discussion

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  • Connecting with Members

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  • Social Work Resources

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