In an effort to further improve the Set Registry experience on PSAcard.com, PSA recently launched Phase 3 of the PSA Set Registry Achievement Program. The major component of this new addition is the improved My Profile segment of the Set Registry, in which hobbyists can upload photos and information tailored to their unique collecting journey. Additionally, a host of new points and achievement medals are also now available.
From the My Profile area, PSA Set Registry members are able to manage communication settings, make their profile public or private, set up email preferences, update a profile/cover image and personal bio, and select which sets, showcases and/or items from their collections to feature.
Once updated and active, My Profile displays a breadth of information, including member bio, rank, achievement points, sets, medals achieved, and more.
Additionally, users can like, share or tweet about other profiles and contact other users through their profile.
As with the launch of previous phases, new achievement medals are now available with Phase 3. PSA Set Registry participants have the opportunity to add five different medals to their collections with the completion of the following tasks:
- Start a Football player set to earn the One Inch at a Time medal
- Start a Football rookie player set to earn the Freshman Flair medal
- Start a Football team set to earn The 12th Man medal
- Start a Football key card set to earn the Hail Mary medal
- Complete your Public Profile to earn the Showtime medal
Collectors are already taking advantage of the new My Profile and having great success with it. Eric Wells, a dedicated football card collector on the PSA Set Registry said, “The registry profile has allowed me to connect to other set builders, especially when they submit multiple cards of the same player and have duplicates. They are always reaching out to help their fellow set builders.”
This is just the latest in a series of upgrades and new features for the PSA Set Registry. Take a look at the benefits of the PSA Set Registry and see for yourself!