anonymous
  • anonymous
why do you have to put an e-mail to have an account? Some kids on here dont have an email, so what do we put?
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i dont have an email
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hi @LouisB12 - we ask for your email so we can keep you updated about OpenStudy (via digests that you can turn on or off in your account settings), and to be able to communicate any changes to your account should we need to. If you don't have an email, you can create one at gmail or another service provider for free if you wish.
anonymous
  • anonymous
my folks wont let me

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok, well you can still (obviously) be a part of OpenStudy! And if you do get an email address in the future, you can add it to your Account Settings.
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah @cshalvey i put in nada for my email
anonymous
  • anonymous
none was already taken so i couldn't put that!
anonymous
  • anonymous
am i in trouble cause i didnt put an email @Laura* and @cshalvey ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
what is in the digest thats important?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hi @LouisB12 - A) You're not in trouble. And B) The digest is just an update of what's going on in OpenStudy - how many questions are asked and answered in each group you're a member of, stuff like that.
Carniel
  • Carniel
Since your on Openstudy it shouldn't really matter you have one or not at the moment considering your on here :) So good luck in the future :D
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks @Carniel
anonymous
  • anonymous
hey CS why do i have an open question? what does that mean?

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