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The Communities Served view enables you to manage a list of the areas that you cover as an agent. On the Home page of the consumer website,
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displays a list of the areas you serve. The Communities Served list links website visitors to specific information on a community.

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This procedure assumes you are already logged into the
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Admin user interface.

  1. In the navigation list, click Admin.
  2. On the Website tab, click Communities Served.

    The view displays the currently configured list of areas you cover.

  3. To add a new community, click the Add Community button.
  4. In the Add Community dialog box, enter the name of the community.
  5. Click Continue.
  6. In the Add a Zip Code text box, enter a ZIP code.
  7. Click the Add Zip button.

    You can add additional zip codes to this community as needed.

  8. To configure an information marker on the website map for this community, click Add Center.

    You can adjust the map scale and click and drag the marker to place it in the desired location. The marker appears on the Move page map.

    (warning) If you want to delete a center, you must delete the community and then create a new one with the same ZIP Codes.

  9. To add a Community Info URL, click the Create URL button or enter an URL of your own choosing. If you enter your own URL, you must include the protocol as follows.
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    The Community Info URL adds a link for more information on the community to the Move page. The Create URL button automatically generates a link to a Wikipedia page for the community. If the button does not create a link when clicked, try zooming in and moving the marker to a more precise location, and click the button again.

  10. Click the Done button.

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This procedure assumes you are already logged into the
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Admin user interface.

  1. In the navigation list, click Admin.
  2. On the Website tab, click Communities Served.

    The view displays the currently configured list of areas you cover.
  3. Click on an Action icon to edit ( ) or delete ( ) entries in the list.