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  4. Monday, 24 June 2019
Dear Community Users,

As announced in this blog post, the migration to the new community interface is happening shortly.

Therefore the Community will be on “stand-by” mode for a few days starting tomorrow, June 25th – i.e. you can continue to access it and read everything but you will not be able to publish new posts or send personal messages. The reason is that we need some time to migrate the contents from the old to the new user interface.

The migration to the new user interface will probably happen on June 29th. You will then be able to find all public posts and your personal messages. However, you will have to sign-up again for your email subscriptions.

You will be able to access the new interface by using the same web address https://www.paraplegie.ch as before. Also the old homepage address https://community.paraplegie.ch/t5/Paraplegie-Community/ct-p/EN will be automatically redirected.

As mentioned before, also in the future you will be able to sign into the new Community simply with your user name. To do so, you will receive a temporary password via email and you will then be prompted to change it to your preferred password.

It is possible that there will be a few changes regarding your rank and the badges that you have received. The reason is that the criteria for reaching new levels have been revised.

We ask for your indulgence and patience if, during the first days, not every content is available or if not everything works smoothly. We appreciate any feedback about errors or technical problems!

The countdown is on – we are looking forward to seeing how you like the page :smileyhappy:

Cheers,

Your Community Team


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