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Hey guys,

This may seem a bit silly to ask but when we are filling out the autobiographical sketch information, where exactly do we put the names of the verifiers that can verify each activity that we list..? I don't see any tab to put the name of the verifier, so do we just include their name and/or contact information under "Description"? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks! :)

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1 minute ago, daughterinlaw said:

Under sketch details it asks you to chose verifier, once you click on that it shows the section for their name and info

Got it! Thank you for replying! :)

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