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- How do I change my JHED Login ID?
- How do I change my name?
- How do I change my password?
- How do I change my photo?
- How do I change my quicklinks?
- How do I change my security questions?
- How do I log in for the first time?
- How do I log out?
- How do I reset my password?
- How do I set online visibility?
- How do I update myProfile?
- How do I create an email account?
- How do I create an email alias?
- How do I create an email list?
- How do I create a group email account?
- How do I set spam quarantine options?
- How do I search for a person, topic or department?
- How do I sign-up for Johns Hopkins Emergency Alerts?
- How do I PING a person?
- How do I use Johns Hopkins Instant Messaging?
- How do I use myJH Mobile?
- How do I customize my dashboard?
- How do I manage my bookmarks?
Setting online visibility allows you to control how much of your information appears in JHED.
Customize what is shown to your contacts, other Hopkins users, and to the Internet.
How do I set online visibility?
1. Go to the myJH homepage at http://my.jh.edu and log in using your JHED Login ID and password.
2. Click the myProfile icon.
3. Within myProfile, you'll notice that many attributes have a Show To dropdown menu associated with them.
- Options include: World, Hopkins, My Contacts, and No One.
4. Choose which attributes you'd like to display in JHED and specify to whom these are shown by selecting your preference from each available dropdown.
5. You may have the option to suppress your record entirely. To do so, specify No One from the dropdown associated with your Full Name.
Note: Some employees do not have this option.
6. Once you have adjusted your settings to suit your preferences, click the Save myProfile button at the bottom of the page.
7. To view yourself as a Hopkins user, click the View myself as a Hopkins / intranet user link, located near the upper right of the screen under Visibility Settings.
8. To view yourself as an Internet user, click the View myself as a World / Internet user link, located near the upper right of the screen under Visibility Settings.
NOTE: Photo preferences may be ignored by certain Hopkins-related applications in which patient safety is a concern.