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Beginners

Why do I only see the Welcome Area and not the rest of the forum?

You are "beginner class" and need to create a successful introduction be promoted to amateur class before you can access the entire forum.
#1

Why do I need to create an introduction?

There are a number of reasons you need to create a introduction.
1) We only want members here who are going to be active and we believe members who take time to complete an introduction are more likely to use the forum.
2) The introduction is a way to tell the community about yourself and also helps us determine your bittorrent experience.
3) As you become more active in the forums and giveaways you will be asked to post certain information. Completing the introductions prepares members for such requests.
#2

What information do i need to create an introduction?

It is mostly just background information about you and your experience in the BitTorrent world. You need to tell us about yourself so we can get to know you as a community. You will be required post an image of your BitTorrent client's stats and a speedtest. If you are completing an expert intro you will need to post ratio proofs of trackers you're a member of.
#3

Why are there 2 different Intros: Noob and Expert?

Members can complete the introduction that best fits their experience/ability in the private BitTorrent world. A member with little experience and few private torrent sites will complete the noob introduction. More experienced members may complete the expert introduction
#4

What is a BitTorrent Client?

A BitTorrent (BT) client is the software you use download content using the BitTorrent protocol. The most popular clients are utorrent and Vuse.
#6

How do I create an image of my BitTorrent client's statistics?

We have a tutorial that anyone can access here which gives detailed instructions on creating an image of your stats for either utorrent or Vuse.
The tutorial shows how to upload them to your TorrentInvite profile. If you need help with a different client, feel free to ask Staff members for help!
#7

How do I post a speedtest?

A speed test must be obtained from http://speedtest.net. After selecting your location you will be presented with an image of your available speeds which can be posted in the forums. A more in-depth tutorial can be accessed her.
#8

What are Ratio Proofs and Profile Links and how do I create them?

These are 2 different ways members can prove they are on certain private trackers and also to prove they can keep a good ratio.
A profile link is a direct link to your profile on a tracker - should only be given/shown privately
A ratio proof is a full page screen shot of the tracker showing your ratio. It is recommended to cover up your username, number of invites, and number of bonus points as these are shown publicly on the forums.
A full tutorial can be accessed her.
#9

Can I change my username?

Those in the "Beginners" class can change their username upon joining the forum from their user control panel. No other userclasses can change their usernames without staff permission.
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