Over time, all clubs make changes in leadership. Your club's Night Sky Network coordinators also change as some retire, relocate, or sadly pass away.. Do you know who your club's current NSN coordinators are? 

If you are a current coordinator and would like to pass the NSN baton on to your replacement, you can just click on the individual's name under your club roster on the network and edit their profile to do so. To begin:

1. Log in. You will find the word "Roster" under the name of your club's home page; click on it to open the roster page.
2, Once the roster is loaded, scroll to find your new coordinator's name and click on it to begin editing their profile.
3. Scroll down to the bottom of their profile and you'll find the options to convert their status from  "Active Club Member" to "Active Club Coordinator."
4. Make sure you click on the SUBMIT tab, or your changes will not be saved!

To learn what else your NSN Coordinators can do, please review the information found in the Club Coordinator Manual on Page 3. If you would like to change the order in which the current coordinators are listed at the bottom of your home page, you'll find how to make changes on Page 14 of the manual.

Where is the Club Coordinator Manual? Find it here, or on the Night Sky Network Services section, located to the right of your club's NSN home page after you log in. We also have many more tips and tricks on our Club Coordinator Tips page.
 
Last Updated: December 18, 2019
 
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