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INvaryant User Guide

My Addresses


When you click the My Addresses tile, a page called My Addresses opens, as pictured below.


Figure 1. My Addresses Page


Clicking the Add tile on this page opens the page to create a new address as pictured below.


Figure 2. Adding a New Address Page


Once you have filled in all of the required fields in Figure 2 above, you may click Save to return to the My Addresses page in Figure 1. Clicking Save adds the information to a tile, as pictured in Figure 3 below. Clicking Cancel takes you back to the My Addresses page without creating a new tile.

When you return to the My Addresses page after having added a new address, the tile for that address will appear, as shown in Figure 3 below. Note, the circle with a check mark in the upper right-hand corner of the original tile. This indicates that the tile is the “default” tile that will appear on the main My Profile page. This default status may be given to another tile, as described below.


Figure 3. My Addresses Page With an Entry


If you click the Edit button for a tile, its page opens, as shown below in Figure 4. Two more options appear if a tile is in edit mode after having already been created: Move to history and Make this my default address.

The Make this my default address check box cannot be cleared if only one tile exists. The default address is what will appear on the !nvaryant landing page, and therefore, one address must always be the default. If only one address exists, it is automatically selected as the default. If you create another address, you may select Make this my default address for that address, which will remove the default status from the currently default address.

If you select Move to history in Figure 4 below before clicking Save, the tile will be deactivated, meaning it will exist only as an inactive, single-line entry under the Address history panel, as shown in Figure 5. This action cannot be completed if there is only one tile because a tile marked as the default cannot be deactivated. If a tile is marked as the default, it can only be sent to the history panel after another tile’s Make this my default address check box is selected.


Figure 4. Moving an Address to History


To restore a deactivated tile, you must click the Edit button to the right of the address’s entry under the Address history panel, which opens its page, shown in Figure 6. Within this page, you must select Restore and then click Save to reactivate the tile.


Figure 5. Editing an Inactive Address


Figure 6. Restore an Inactive Address


The restored address will now be listed as Active within the Address history panel and can now be made your default address.

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