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Invitation links and getting started

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Creating and returning to edit your stack

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Adding content to your stack using the Tile Library

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Commonly used Tiles

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Advanced Tiles

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Co-authors

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Editing Tiles

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Changing the layout and appearance of a tile

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Adding a PowerPoint file to your stack

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Adding a video to your stack

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Adding an extra screen/layer to your stack

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Restrictions on what can be included in your stack

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Restoring your deleted stack

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Previewing and checking your stack

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Creating the summary poster

An option often used by onsite conferences to promote your ePoster / stack onsite.

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Your stack on the showcase website

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Marking your stack as ready to publish to the showcase

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Presenting your stack (General advice)

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Exploring and sharing published stacks

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Engaging with the viewers of your stacks

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

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Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Using templates

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

Editing your account

The File Tile is used to add a file to your stack. 

Why use the File Tile?

Authors often use the File Tile to add files that help to present their work (powerpoint,  video or PDF) or documents  that give background material on their work (report, survey, guidelines, case study, handbook). The tile titled Presentation in this example stack is a File Tile.

What file types can be added?

The file types that can be added include: PowerPoint files (.pptx .ppt), Word documents (.docx .doc), PDF files (.pdf), videos (most formats), audio files (most formats), image files (most formats).

Restrictions

Please note there is a 400MB file size limit on files uploaded using the File Tile. If your file is a video and is above this size then we recommend that you upload it to a video sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and then use the Online Content Tile to link to it.

Using the File Tile

Drag and drop a File tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then click in the Add File box (2) in the Settings area and choose the file to add from your computer.

The file will be uploaded and will be processed. This processing makes sure that your file is viewable and produces a background image for your tile. If you only want viewers to view the file but do not want them to be able to download it then you should switch off the download button. Remember to Save your stack after you have added new information.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Online Content Tile is used to link to a web page or online resource. 

Why use the Online Content Tile?

Authors often use the Online Content Tile to link to their professional profile (LinkedIn, ResearchGate or staff page), their organisation or project’s web page, a video they have uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo, online references and papers related to their work or to link to another online resource that they have created. The Tiles titled University of Leeds and LRF19 Keynote in this example stack are both Online Content Tiles.

Using the Online Content Tile

Drag and drop an Online Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type in the webpage you want to link to in the URL box and click Add (2).

Image showing how to add a link to a webpage using the Online Content Tile

If you want to, you can change the Tile title (3) and the Tile Background image (4). You can also change the size and colour of the tile in the Layout tab (5).

Image showing where you can change the tile title, background image and layout

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles

The Text Content Tile is used to add text content to your stack. 

Why use the Text Content Tile?

Authors often use the Text Tile add an abstract, introduction or key messages to their stack. The tile titled Abstract in this example stack is a Text Content Tile.

Using the Text Content Tile

Drag and drop an Text Content Tile from the Tile Library into your stack (1) and then type (or paste) in the text that you want to include (2) and give the Tile a meaningful title (3). You can also change the layout of the tile (size, colour and background image) by clicking on the Layout tab (4).

Image showing how to use the Text Content Tile to add text to your stack

Remember to Save your stack after you have added new content.

Category: FAQ Common Tiles