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Screen Shot 2012-02-08 at 2.13.34 PMIf you've ever submitted a gluten-free dining or travel review to our website, GlutenFreeTravelSite, you now have the option of being able to add your photo to your Profile. That will allow your photo to display at the bottom of each of your reviews, next to your username. (If you choose not to add a photo, a generic icon of a person displays, just like the one to the left.) But I'll bet you're MUCH better looking than why not add your photo today?! 

Adding a photo is extremely simple. Just click My Account from the top right hand corner of GlutenFreeTravelSite's Home page. Then sign in with your username and password. Next, click Manage Your Account. You'll be taken to your Reviewer Control Panel. Click the Edit Photo link at the top of the page. Then click the Choose File button to Upload an Image. That's it! 

As a reminder, the only reason you even need to "register" on GlutenFreeTravelSite (i.e. choose a username and password) is to submit a review. Visitors to the site are initially led through the quick registation process the first time they begin to submit a review. At that point, a new reviewer is set up in our system and can access their Control Panel at any time, through the My Account link at the top of the Home page.

Screen Shot 2012-02-08 at 1.56.47 PMFrom there, you can Manage Your Account in several ways: add a photo,  view links to all the reviews you've submitted, and even view "subscriptions" of any destinations you've chosen to monitor. (If you "subscibe" to any destination when searching reviews on our site, via a "Subscribe" link at the top right of each review on our site, that means you'll get an email whenever anyone submits a new review from that destination -- i.e. Arizona). It's a great way to learn about great new GF-friendly places to eat in your area -- or places you travel frequently.