NOTICE: This is the page where you can find answers to the most common questions regarding iShipNet in general. More answers to specific questions about the platforms feautures are available to registered users and require you to login to view them.

 

During the registration procedure the details you provide are those that do not need to be governed by any privacy settings as they are your public info. These info are usually the same that you have on your company brochures. Each field has the corresponding signs that informs you if  this field is visible or not on your profile.

Signs:

field required Means that this field is required

field not visible Means that this field is not visible on your Account

field visible Means that this field is visible on your Account

field info Means that there are information regarding this field and you cam view these info by moving your cursor over the sign

The only field that is not public is your company e-mail. The e-mail field is by default NOT VISIBLE on your profile for other users or guests and this can not be changed.

The fields to be filled during registration are:

  1. Company Name field required field visible
  2. Type of Company field required field visible
  3. Email field required field not visible
  4. Password field required field not visible
  5. Verify Password field required field not visible
  6. Country field required field visible
  7. State field required field visible
  8. City field required field visible
  9. Company address field required field visible
  10. Website address field required field not visible
  11. Short Company Descriptionfield required field visible 
  12. Terms and Conditions field required field not visible (Have to be accepted to register)

All the above are information about your company that can be found easily by anyone so the do not have to be governed by any privacy settings. There are functions though that privacy is required, like when posting an enquiry on the timeline and it has to be visible to a certain business group, but this is explained in details on the corresponding FAQs answers.