Question: How do I access my Scoutbook?

Scoutbook is using the same login credentials as my.Scouting.org. Even if you dont have a Scoutbook account, but you have a my. scouting account. Dont worry, just login to scoutbook.scouting.org with your my.

How do scouts connect to Scoutbook?

GRANDING YOUR SCOUT ACCESS TO SCOUTBOOK From your Scouts edit profile link on the Scouts page, scroll to the bottom of the page and click “Invite to Connect” and enter the Scouts email address. The Scout will receive an email invite similar to the invite parents receive including their username and password.

How do you log activities in Scoutbook?

In Scoutbook, when you click on a Scouts activity log, you will now be directed to Internet Advancement to enter activities.You can also go directly to Internet Advancement directly to enter activities.Scoutbook users will record all future activities in the new system.

How do you use Scoutbook for leaders?

0:019:42Scoutbook for Leaders Fast - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipPeople who have the authority can sign off on requirements. And Scouts and parents can notify theirMorePeople who have the authority can sign off on requirements. And Scouts and parents can notify their leaders that they have completed requirement. And theyre ready to be tested.

Where are service hours in Scoutbook?

Units should log service hours via Scoutbook — clicking “Activity Logs” (under either the individual or Quick Entry), or directly in Internet Advancement 2.0.

How do you use advancement Scoutbook?

To log into Internet Advancement:Log into my.scouting.org.Select Menu in the upper left.Select Legacy Tools.Click on Internet Advancement.Nov 24, 2020

How do I add an email to my Scoutbook?

To do this, log into Scoutbook and choose the scout from the My Family part of the dashboard. From the scouts home menu, choose Connections, and then click Add.

What is considered a conservation project?

Conservation projects are programmes undertaken by conservation and environmental organizations to protect biodiversity, wildlife, wild places or endangered species.

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