ePosters Support Page for ADEE

If you can’t find the answer to your question in the support items below then please contact us at:
e-posters@adee.org

Currently Learning Toolbox does not support live collaborative editing of an ePoster by multiple authors. Instead each ePoster has one person who takes on the editing author role.
If you have been sent an invite link to create an ePoster for a conference, then the first person who follows that link will be given the editing role.

The person who takes on the editing author role will be able to add their co-authors’ names to the ePoster by adding their names in the Authors field in the mini-poster section (How I make my mini-poster). However, their co-authors will not be able to edit the ePoster.

The editing author can also share the link to the ePoster with their co-authors (How do I share an ePoster from my computer) so that their co-authors can view the developing ePoster and email them with any feedback or suggestions. If they do this then they should make sure they change the ePoster permissions from Private to Hidden and Anonymous Access (How do I set access permissions) before sending the link to their co-authors.

If your co-author has followed the invite link after you then they will get a message explaining that the link has already been used. If you would like to switch the editing role to them then just contact support and we will be able to do this for you.

 

Category: Co-authors

Using templates

Some conferences provide templates that you can use to start creating your ePoster if you want.

Currently Learning Toolbox does not support live collaborative editing of an ePoster by multiple authors. Instead each ePoster has one person who takes on the editing author role.
If you have been sent an invite link to create an ePoster for a conference, then the first person who follows that link will be given the editing role.

The person who takes on the editing author role will be able to add their co-authors’ names to the ePoster by adding their names in the Authors field in the mini-poster section (How I make my mini-poster). However, their co-authors will not be able to edit the ePoster.

The editing author can also share the link to the ePoster with their co-authors (How do I share an ePoster from my computer) so that their co-authors can view the developing ePoster and email them with any feedback or suggestions. If they do this then they should make sure they change the ePoster permissions from Private to Hidden and Anonymous Access (How do I set access permissions) before sending the link to their co-authors.

If your co-author has followed the invite link after you then they will get a message explaining that the link has already been used. If you would like to switch the editing role to them then just contact support and we will be able to do this for you.

 

Category: Co-authors

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Co-authors

Currently Learning Toolbox does not support live collaborative editing of an ePoster by multiple authors. Instead each ePoster has one person who takes on the editing author role.
If you have been sent an invite link to create an ePoster for a conference, then the first person who follows that link will be given the editing role.

The person who takes on the editing author role will be able to add their co-authors’ names to the ePoster by adding their names in the Authors field in the mini-poster section (How I make my mini-poster). However, their co-authors will not be able to edit the ePoster.

The editing author can also share the link to the ePoster with their co-authors (How do I share an ePoster from my computer) so that their co-authors can view the developing ePoster and email them with any feedback or suggestions. If they do this then they should make sure they change the ePoster permissions from Private to Hidden and Anonymous Access (How do I set access permissions) before sending the link to their co-authors.

If your co-author has followed the invite link after you then they will get a message explaining that the link has already been used. If you would like to switch the editing role to them then just contact support and we will be able to do this for you.

 

Category: Co-authors

Adding content and resources to my ePoster/stack

Currently Learning Toolbox does not support live collaborative editing of an ePoster by multiple authors. Instead each ePoster has one person who takes on the editing author role.
If you have been sent an invite link to create an ePoster for a conference, then the first person who follows that link will be given the editing role.

The person who takes on the editing author role will be able to add their co-authors’ names to the ePoster by adding their names in the Authors field in the mini-poster section (How I make my mini-poster). However, their co-authors will not be able to edit the ePoster.

The editing author can also share the link to the ePoster with their co-authors (How do I share an ePoster from my computer) so that their co-authors can view the developing ePoster and email them with any feedback or suggestions. If they do this then they should make sure they change the ePoster permissions from Private to Hidden and Anonymous Access (How do I set access permissions) before sending the link to their co-authors.

If your co-author has followed the invite link after you then they will get a message explaining that the link has already been used. If you would like to switch the editing role to them then just contact support and we will be able to do this for you.

 

Category: Co-authors

Changing the layout and appearance of a tile

Currently Learning Toolbox does not support live collaborative editing of an ePoster by multiple authors. Instead each ePoster has one person who takes on the editing author role.
If you have been sent an invite link to create an ePoster for a conference, then the first person who follows that link will be given the editing role.

The person who takes on the editing author role will be able to add their co-authors’ names to the ePoster by adding their names in the Authors field in the mini-poster section (How I make my mini-poster). However, their co-authors will not be able to edit the ePoster.

The editing author can also share the link to the ePoster with their co-authors (How do I share an ePoster from my computer) so that their co-authors can view the developing ePoster and email them with any feedback or suggestions. If they do this then they should make sure they change the ePoster permissions from Private to Hidden and Anonymous Access (How do I set access permissions) before sending the link to their co-authors.

If your co-author has followed the invite link after you then they will get a message explaining that the link has already been used. If you would like to switch the editing role to them then just contact support and we will be able to do this for you.

 

Category: Co-authors

Adding an extra screen/layer to my ePoster/stack

Currently Learning Toolbox does not support live collaborative editing of an ePoster by multiple authors. Instead each ePoster has one person who takes on the editing author role.
If you have been sent an invite link to create an ePoster for a conference, then the first person who follows that link will be given the editing role.

The person who takes on the editing author role will be able to add their co-authors’ names to the ePoster by adding their names in the Authors field in the mini-poster section (How I make my mini-poster). However, their co-authors will not be able to edit the ePoster.

The editing author can also share the link to the ePoster with their co-authors (How do I share an ePoster from my computer) so that their co-authors can view the developing ePoster and email them with any feedback or suggestions. If they do this then they should make sure they change the ePoster permissions from Private to Hidden and Anonymous Access (How do I set access permissions) before sending the link to their co-authors.

If your co-author has followed the invite link after you then they will get a message explaining that the link has already been used. If you would like to switch the editing role to them then just contact support and we will be able to do this for you.

 

Category: Co-authors

Viewing and testing my ePoster/stack

Currently Learning Toolbox does not support live collaborative editing of an ePoster by multiple authors. Instead each ePoster has one person who takes on the editing author role.
If you have been sent an invite link to create an ePoster for a conference, then the first person who follows that link will be given the editing role.

The person who takes on the editing author role will be able to add their co-authors’ names to the ePoster by adding their names in the Authors field in the mini-poster section (How I make my mini-poster). However, their co-authors will not be able to edit the ePoster.

The editing author can also share the link to the ePoster with their co-authors (How do I share an ePoster from my computer) so that their co-authors can view the developing ePoster and email them with any feedback or suggestions. If they do this then they should make sure they change the ePoster permissions from Private to Hidden and Anonymous Access (How do I set access permissions) before sending the link to their co-authors.

If your co-author has followed the invite link after you then they will get a message explaining that the link has already been used. If you would like to switch the editing role to them then just contact support and we will be able to do this for you.

 

Category: Co-authors

Creating my mini-poster and finalising my ePoster/stack

Currently Learning Toolbox does not support live collaborative editing of an ePoster by multiple authors. Instead each ePoster has one person who takes on the editing author role.
If you have been sent an invite link to create an ePoster for a conference, then the first person who follows that link will be given the editing role.

The person who takes on the editing author role will be able to add their co-authors’ names to the ePoster by adding their names in the Authors field in the mini-poster section (How I make my mini-poster). However, their co-authors will not be able to edit the ePoster.

The editing author can also share the link to the ePoster with their co-authors (How do I share an ePoster from my computer) so that their co-authors can view the developing ePoster and email them with any feedback or suggestions. If they do this then they should make sure they change the ePoster permissions from Private to Hidden and Anonymous Access (How do I set access permissions) before sending the link to their co-authors.

If your co-author has followed the invite link after you then they will get a message explaining that the link has already been used. If you would like to switch the editing role to them then just contact support and we will be able to do this for you.

 

Category: Co-authors

Presenting my ePoster

Currently Learning Toolbox does not support live collaborative editing of an ePoster by multiple authors. Instead each ePoster has one person who takes on the editing author role.
If you have been sent an invite link to create an ePoster for a conference, then the first person who follows that link will be given the editing role.

The person who takes on the editing author role will be able to add their co-authors’ names to the ePoster by adding their names in the Authors field in the mini-poster section (How I make my mini-poster). However, their co-authors will not be able to edit the ePoster.

The editing author can also share the link to the ePoster with their co-authors (How do I share an ePoster from my computer) so that their co-authors can view the developing ePoster and email them with any feedback or suggestions. If they do this then they should make sure they change the ePoster permissions from Private to Hidden and Anonymous Access (How do I set access permissions) before sending the link to their co-authors.

If your co-author has followed the invite link after you then they will get a message explaining that the link has already been used. If you would like to switch the editing role to them then just contact support and we will be able to do this for you.

 

Category: Co-authors

Exploring and sharing published ePosters/stacks

Currently Learning Toolbox does not support live collaborative editing of an ePoster by multiple authors. Instead each ePoster has one person who takes on the editing author role.
If you have been sent an invite link to create an ePoster for a conference, then the first person who follows that link will be given the editing role.

The person who takes on the editing author role will be able to add their co-authors’ names to the ePoster by adding their names in the Authors field in the mini-poster section (How I make my mini-poster). However, their co-authors will not be able to edit the ePoster.

The editing author can also share the link to the ePoster with their co-authors (How do I share an ePoster from my computer) so that their co-authors can view the developing ePoster and email them with any feedback or suggestions. If they do this then they should make sure they change the ePoster permissions from Private to Hidden and Anonymous Access (How do I set access permissions) before sending the link to their co-authors.

If your co-author has followed the invite link after you then they will get a message explaining that the link has already been used. If you would like to switch the editing role to them then just contact support and we will be able to do this for you.

 

Category: Co-authors