updates

NALC Work Hour Tracker Released for Android

It’s taken awhile but it’s finally out in version 1.0. You can get your copy HERE.

Here is how to get it working.

  1. Click HERE, to login into the Members Only section of NALC.ORG

  2. Enter your login information, once logged in, you’ll see your MEMBER ID. You’ll need this to login the app. Also, remember your password that you used to login into the members only section, you’ll need this for the app also.

  3. Open the app that you downloaded in step 1.

  4. Enter your MEMBER ID that you see from step 2. Enter your password that you used in step 2

  5. Once logged into the app, just click on the button BT, Move, etc… throughout the day.

  6. If you need to edit any transactions, you will need to go back to step 1 in a browser (can’t be edited from the app), then go to step 7.

  7. Click on ‘Workhours Tracking” at the bottom of the page. Here you can make any necessary changes.

CSG request update - Let's make this happen!

We have 33 students -- and they are excited to play the role of letter carriers. It would be fun to have some items for the girls to wear, but  even if we just have some items for a display, that would be great.   Really, whatever your membership might be able to provide will be greatly appreciated.

many thanks for reaching out AND for helping to spread the word to your membership.

Items will be picked up on April 15th and returned on April 19th.

Progress

While working on the website tonight I thought I’d go see how far the site has become. I’ve been the maintainer of the site since 2001. Here are some screenshots from past designs.

2001 (the images are no longer available)  How many remember this?

2001 (the images are no longer available) How many remember this?

2003 (this design brought on rotating menus)

2003 (this design brought on rotating menus)

2010 (went with an actual color scheme, more interactive design)

2010 (went with an actual color scheme, more interactive design)

2015 (shrunken version of our current design from the early days, not much has changed, why mess with a good thing?)

2015 (shrunken version of our current design from the early days, not much has changed, why mess with a good thing?)

As you can see, we’ve come a long way.