JessicaUSAA's avatarJessicaUSAASpotlight Blog | ‎02-28-2014 01:25 PM

Communities on usaa.com are changing

Starting March 6, 2014, all the content you have enjoyed in the Military Spouse and Military Veterans
communities will be combined into one place: the USAA Member Community. Why the change? To give
you easier access to topics you care about and to interactions with other members like you. You will still
find all of the great discussion and blogs you’ve enjoyed over the last few years. We’ve just reorganized
to make the community easier to use.
 
What’s new?
 
The redesigned community will make navigating the site easier, and you will be able to personalize and
customize the content to surface topics that interest you. New features include:
 
1. Navigation to the community
 
If you normally get to the community using the navigation at the bottom of every usaa.com page, take
note. Instead of this..
 
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You will see this new navigation after March 6, 2014:
 
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If you normally get to the communities through bookmarks, those bookmarks will continue to work. If you
normally access through mobile, the experience should be the same as it has been.
 
2. A personalized view
 
When you visit the USAA Member Community after March 6, 2014, you will be able to customize the
content you see. In the new design, you will be able to click the ”Personalize” tab at the top of the main
page and choose the topics that interest you. Save your preferences, and the next time the Member
Community home page refreshes for you, it will contain only the content you want to see.
 
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3. Multiple ways to access content

 

With the new design, we aim to connect you quicker to valuable information and interaction with clickable labels, a search feature and a customized view that shows you only the content you want to see.

 

Share Your Thoughts

 

Be sure to watch for the new design, debuting on March 6, 2014. Tell us what you think in the comments section below. 

Comments

ManateJim's avatarManateJimNew Member

by ManateJim ‎03-11-2014 10:38 AM
Howdy:  Just to let you know, right after we bought our 2013 Volkswagen Touareg, we contacted Texas USAA Assurant. Their extended comprehensive protection plan, began at 6,233 mileage and ends at 100,000. It covers everything in, on and under our vehicle, except the Key-less Transmitter.
 
We're covered for 60 months or 100,000 mileage on odometer. 
 
Coverage carries ZERO Deductible, both drivers, toll-free phone number for 24/7 and available 4 Month Plan Purchase Automatic Payment With-Out Finance Charges.
 
 
      Assurant                 Protect-Us-Today.com  
 
      Zero Deductible          $100 Per Component
 
      4 - Month Payment        24 - Month Payment 
      Plan Without             Plan With Finance 
      Finance Charges          Charges 
 
Check it out and compare.
 
J D 
ManateJim@aol.com
Howdy:  Just to let you know, right after we bought our 2013 Volkswagen Touareg, we contacted Texas USAA Assurant. Their extended comprehensive protection plan, began at 6,233 mileage and ends at 100,000. It covers everything in, on and under our vehicle, except the Key-less Transmitter.
 
We're covered for 60 months or 100,000 mileage on odometer. 
 
Coverage carries ZERO Deductible, both drivers, toll-free phone number for 24/7 and available 4 Month Plan Purchase Automatic Payment With-Out Finance Charges.
 
 
      Assurant                 Protect-Us-Today.com  
 
      Zero Deductible          $100 Per Component
 
      4 - Month Payment        24 - Month Payment 
      Plan Without             Plan With Finance 
      Finance Charges          Charges 
 
Check it out and compare.
 
J D 
ManateJim@aol.com

Karen Evans's avatarKaren EvansContributor

by Karen Evans ‎03-13-2014 08:00 AM

On the Legacy Stories page of displayed Posts, why are there Posts which have nothing to do with that subject?

On the Legacy Stories page of displayed Posts, why are there Posts which have nothing to do with that subject?

Karen Evans's avatarKaren EvansContributor

by Karen Evans ‎03-13-2014 08:06 AM

I have experienced error messages when trying to post a comment or a Legacy Story.  The latest today occured in typing a comment, hitting preview, and  receiving the following message:

 
An Unexpected Error has occurred.
  • Sorry, your request failed. A notification has been sent to the development team for investigation.

    Exception ID: 3145AA4C

    Please click the Back button on your browser.

 
Are you having trouble with the system and is anyone else experiencing these issues?

I have experienced error messages when trying to post a comment or a Legacy Story.  The latest today occured in typing a comment, hitting preview, and  receiving the following message:

 
An Unexpected Error has occurred.
  • Sorry, your request failed. A notification has been sent to the development team for investigation.

    Exception ID: 3145AA4C

    Please click the Back button on your browser.

 
Are you having trouble with the system and is anyone else experiencing these issues?