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Help, tips, and tricks for working with Webtools

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  • Webtools: Privacy

    Information about privacy and data collection as they relate to Webtools.

  • Webtools: Policy

    Webtools policy statement, including information about access, use, and data storage.

  • Webtools: Terms of Service

    Policies, Terms of Service, and other information related to Web Services in Public Affairs.

  • Web Services: About

  • Directory: About

    The Illinois Directory provides contact information for faculty, staff, students, departments, and services at the Urbana-Champaign campus.

  • Directory: Policy

    Public Affairs at Illinois provides directory information for faculty, staff, students, departments, and services at the Urbana-Champaign campus. Our goals are to make important contact information easily accessible, to protect privacy when necessary, and to give each member of the campus community as much control over his or her own data as possible.

  • Directory: Terms of Service

    Terms of Service and other information related to the Campus Directory and Profiles.

  • Massmail: About

    The Massmail tool provides a convenient web interface to submit and distribute email to large campus audiences. Any student or faculty or staff member at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign can request to send Massmail. This service is provided free of charge by Public Affairs.

  • Massmail: Data Details

    The Division of Management Information provides the data for the employee and student groups used by the Massmail system.

  • Massmail: FAQ

    Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the University of Illinois Massmail system.

  • Massmail: How to use

    There are three main steps to sending a Massmail message: Submission, Approval, and Distribution. You create and submit a Massmail message. A designated approver reviews your submission. If your message is approved, distribution occurs at 6:00 am; a pre-scheduled time; or immediately (in special situations).

  • Targeted Email

    The purpose of the Targeted Email system is to provide timely electronic distribution of official information through administrative channels on campus. Dissemination of information via this service is limited to messages for "official University business."