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It also allows you to access features like having a bio, adding flair to your account as well as get you some sweet swag when you make it to Guru.
We’d encourage all of you to sign up and join the conversation right away.
In the meantime, if you’re having issues with your account,
By logging in, you’re able to:
Here’s a list of benefits you get from signing up and levelling up!
And if you’re confused about how being a Roarer works, or what it is, this page should answer all those questions.
It’s very easy to mistake signing up for the newsletter with signing up for a Roar account. If you get the newsletter, that doesn’t mean you have an account with The Roar.
So if you’re trying desperately to remember your password, try creating a new account instead.
If you have one, the system will tell you your email is in use, and you won’t be allowed. Then get in touch and we can reset your password for you.
A simple question, which can have multiple answers.
The first way to check is by looking for your profile picture in the navigation bar on the site. It’ll be there on both mobile and desktop versions of the site.
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