TLS Members e-Newsletter

Members eNewsletter
At least four times a year, TLS members are rewarded at their inboxes with a copy of the Labyrinth Society e-newsletter. It serves as a means of direct communication with the membership and provides an historical record of the Society.

Member Manager Password System Explained

The new Membership Manager has changed the way people access the Members Only website. Now all that is needed is to enter your email address and a password. The first time you go into the Members Only site, you will need to click on the link to create a new password. The system will send an email to you with a link that you must click on within 24 hours to set your password. We have password-protected access to this site to protect the Member Directory data from unauthorized access. 

The forums also have password-protected access, but it is different from the Members Only Site because it is a different piece of software with different requirements. If you wish to join the forums, click on the Register button on the main forum page  and fill out the information. You will be asked to verify your email address by clicking on a link in an email sent to your address. Your TLS membership will also be verified by the forum admin. Why? It is a place for members to congregate, share, and sometimes plan events. We want members to feel free to share more personal information or experiences than they might be comfortable doing on Facebook.

To log into the forums, you use a login name and password. The login name may be different than the display name that shows in the posts you make. It makes it easier for you in the long run if you make the login name and the display name the same and use the same password that you did for the Members Only site. You can save time in accessing forums by using the direct link http://labyrinthsociety.org/members/forums/ rather than going through the Members Only site. We routed access through the Members Only site to cut down on access attempts by spammers, which has been a problem for the forum administrator at times. Protecting the privacy of TLS members is vital to us.