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How do I add people to my Private Friends Network?

It’s easy to add friends to your Private Friends Network, or PFN, and to challenge them in Trivia! Head to the Right Again! Trivia page, where you’ll find the PFN tab underneath the game. As long as you’re logged into the AARP website, follow these steps:

 

  • Click on the Invite tab.
  • Click “Copy Invitation Link.”
  • Paste that copied link in an email or text message to your friend.

When they click on your link and sign into AARP, they’ll join your network, and you’ll be able to see their name in the Edit tab. You’ll also see their game scores on the Game and Friend tabs!

 

And now you can do more than just add your friends to your personal Private Friends Network. It's easy to challenge them to see who gets the higher score for each new game — and you can even wager game points! You also have the option to wager up to 300 game points, but wagering isn't necessary to challenge your friends in the Private Friends Network!
 
Here's how you do it:
 
1. Make sure you're signed in to the aarp.org website, either as an AARP Member or with a free registration.
2. Head to the Right Again! Trivia page.
3. On the game page above the leaderboard, you'll find the Private Friends Network. Want to grow your friends list? Click here to learn how!
4. Click "Challenge." You'll see various Game Dates. Then click "View" on the Game Date you want to use.
5. From here, you'll see all your friends. You can click the boxes to challenge a friend, and/or wager 300 game points. (You can challenge a friend without wagering points.)
6. Click "Challenge" to send!
 
You can challenge as many friends as you want every day. You can send up to three wagers per day, though.

 

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