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Easily Learn How to Use Heads Up Community, and Receive Push Notification Updates!

Now that you have downloaded the Heads Up Community Mobile Application, here is how to do a quick setup. Once set up, you will be able to receive push notification updates for STUFF that matters the most to you!

  1. Launch the Heads Up Community Icon.
  2. It will show the alert list.
  3. At the top left of this list is a menu.
  4. Select menu, and it will display some options.
  5. Select the settings option and you will see a list of States available with Heads Up.
    1. Note, that all Statesareturned on. You will be required to turn off the states and their communities. To the right of the state is a down arrow symbol. Select that down arrow and the arrow will turn up and you will see a list of all the communities within that state. Simply deselect each community by swiping the button to the left. Repeat this for all communities, in all states, that you do not wish to follow.
  6. Now that you have removed all the unwanted states, select the state, by selecting the down arrow, then community you wish to follow.
  7. Now, it is time to select your categories which is your areas of interest.
    1. First select the emergency category using the down arrow.
    2. Deselect any categories that you do not wish to follow.
    3. Once completed, click on the up arrow of the emergency category.
    4. Now, it is time to select your community categories Select the community category using the down arrow.
    5. Deselect any categories that you do not wish to follow.
    6. Once completed, click on the up arrow of the community category.
  8. Select Menu in the upper left corner.
  9. Select alerts.
  10. From this point, you will begin receiving notifications in those areas of interest that you just setup.
  11. Feel free to go to your other applications.
  12. This completes the setup

Now you are all set to receive push notification updates on the things that matter most to you in your community.