The Forum at Selected
Ask Questions, Share Your Wisdom!
The Forum at Selected is your opportunity to access the knowledge of hundreds of peers with a combined tens of thousands of years experience, any time of the day or night. This is the place to find timely answers to your most pressing and difficult problems, offer advice, or simply learn by listening in on group conversations.
To participate online, simply visit The Forum at Selected Online and start a new discussion topic or reply to an existing one. Please note, you will be required to log in to view the online forum. Your password for The Forum is the same as your password for the rest of Selected's website.
...or Via Email!
To receive conversations via email, you may manage your Forum email notifications, which can send you discussion updates as they occur.
To respond to an existing message via email, simply hit "reply all" on the message you wish to respond to. Your message will be sent to everyone who is signed up to receive messages from that Forum Group.
To start a new topic via email, send an email directly to the email address associated with the group you wish to participate in (email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com). Your message will be sent to everyone who is signed up to receive messages from that Forum Group.
Looking for a Past Discussion?
The Forum at Selected Online contains an archive of all topics posted on or after February 1, 2011. After logging in, use the magnifying glass icon on the top right to locate a topic.
Available Discussion Forums
- The General Discussion Forum (firstname.lastname@example.org) - This Forum is for conversations about funeral service and Selected. Any Selected members can participate.
- The European Discussion Forum (email@example.com) - This Forum is for conversations among members in Europe.
- The Funeral + Cemetery Management Discussion Forum (firstname.lastname@example.org) - This Forum is for conversations among Selected members who own combo operations or those contemplating the purchase or development of a cemetery.
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