Hey Clay, Just noticed that I need to upload both a profile and an account photo. Didn't realize these were different things until the default image kept showing up even after updating my profile. You may not need to change this ... just a point of minor confusion.
Jonas - it may be a source of confusion but there is a good functional reason that this is so. Jamroom was set up originally for bands. Bands have many members, and members can belong to more than one band - and in particular a manager could manage multiple bands. Jamroom is set up to handle this. In the coming weeks I plan to offer this up to ChocolateLife members who are companies with two or more employees who are ChocolateLife members.
One member can create two profiles for their account, a personal profile and a company profile. I can then link other member accounts to the company profile. People can post to their personal profiles AND to the company profile. It's pretty cool. There are other features, such as groups and pages attached to profiles and profile customization tweaks, so that a company could credibly host the community component of their web presence on TheChocolateLife instead of (or in addition to) Facebook (and social sharing via TheChocolateLife is arguably easier. Furthermore, by implementing something called domain mapping, the company profile on TheChocolatelife could become an actual part of the company's web presence at a url something like community.mydomain.tld.IN THE MEANTIME
... you can take advantage of the fact that there are separate account and profile names.
Account Name: Jonas Ketterle
Profile Name: Firefly Chocolate
In this way in posts and comments the link to you would read:
Jonas Ketterle - @firefly-chocolate (with the @firefly-chocolate linking to your profile).
And, of course if you wanted to, you could reverse these and the links would say:
Firefly Chocolate - @jonas-ketterle
clay - http://www.thechocolatelife.com/clay/
updated by @clay: 09/09/15 07:57:26AM