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How to download attached files from a merit.
Did you receive a certificate that you'd like to print and hang on the wall? Perhaps your merit contains some valuable documents or great photos you'd like to save to your device. Find out how below!
A paperclip icon on the top right-hand corner of a merit indicates that there are files attached to that merit. These attachments could be certificates, membership cards, photos, videos, or documents. Here are the steps to access and download them:
If you have not claimed your merit or setup your Merit member profile, please start here:
Open the email from Merit:
Click the [Accept] button to open the page on Merits.com
Complete the Claim Profile steps by adding your name, a password, and agreeing to Merit's Terms of Service. Your merit profile will then be placed within your Pending Merits tab
Accept your pending merit by clicking or [Accept All]. This will move your merit from your "Pending" tab to your accepted "Merits" tab
- Click on "Merits" to go to your accepted "Merits" tab.
- Click on your Merit (the card) to open it.
Use the menu on the left-hand side of the pop-up window to choose the attachment you'd like to view or download
Click on the file to enlarge your view
Use the [Download] button on the bottom right corner to download to your device.
Some devices may need you to enter the file extension when you save. ( some examples are ".jpeg" if you are downloading an image, ".doc" if you are downloading a document)
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