eposters support page for ACHNE

If you can’t find the answer to your question in the support items below then please contact ACHNE@meinet.com

Key Information

General Overview

The mini-poster is a printable poster that acts as an advert for and a gateway into your interactive ePoster. Onsite conferences usually print and display these at the venue as a way of promoting the ePosters. You add the information that will be used to make your mini-poster in the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor. You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

If your mini-poster does not look as you expected, then return to the editor and check that you have filled in all the fields needed to make your mini-poster.

This is an important step if your conference is using the printed mini-posters. Printed mini-posters are usually used by onsite conferences as way to advertise and provide access to your ePosters at the venue.

Marking your stack/ePoster as ready for printing will let the administrators know that you are happy for them to generate and print your mini-poster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you do not need to mark your ePoster as ready for printing.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark your ePoster as ready) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

You need to click on both buttons to indicate that it is ready to print and ready to publish. In fact there will be no printing done for online only conferences, but you still need to click the ready for printing button. In future this button will be removed for online only conferences.

We strongly recommend that you preview your stack/ePoster and check that it works as you expect, before you mark it as ready to publish.

Marking your stack/ePoster will let the administrators know that your stack is ready. It will not be published to the showcase immediately, as the administrators will take that action and they may have many stacks/ePosters to review. However, once it has been published then you will see a message onscreen indicating that this has been done (as shown in the image below).

Confirmation that your stack/ePoster has been published to the showcase

If you do not see the buttons that allow you to mark you ePoster as ready then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite with a showcase. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

The image on the mini-poster is intended to be illustrative. It is not an image that it is intended the viewer will look at in detail, because if they want more detail about your work then they can scan the QR code on your mini-poster and open and explore your full ePoster/stack.  

The ideal dimensions of the image for your mini-poster are 1200 x 280 pixels or any ratio 30:7.  

When you add an image you can also choose to crop it to these dimensions or zoom in or out to make the key parts of the image fit into these dimensions. This FAQ answer provides more information about cropping and adjusting the size of the image within Learning Toolbox.

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Creating your ePoster/Stack

The mini-poster is a printable poster that acts as an advert for and a gateway into your interactive ePoster. Onsite conferences usually print and display these at the venue as a way of promoting the ePosters.

You add the information that will be used to make your mini-poster in the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

If your mini-poster does not look as you expected, then return to the editor and check that you have filled in all the fields needed to make your mini-poster.

This is an important step if your conference is using the printed mini-posters. Printed mini-posters are usually used by onsite conferences as way to advertise and provide access to your ePosters at the venue.

Marking your stack/ePoster as ready for printing will let the administrators know that you are happy for them to generate and print your mini-poster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you do not need to mark your ePoster as ready for printing.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark your ePoster as ready) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

You need to click on both buttons to indicate that it is ready to print and ready to publish. In fact there will be no printing done for online only conferences, but you still need to click the ready for printing button. In future this button will be removed for online only conferences.

We strongly recommend that you preview your stack/ePoster and check that it works as you expect, before you mark it as ready to publish.

Marking your stack/ePoster will let the administrators know that your stack is ready. It will not be published to the showcase immediately, as the administrators will take that action and they may have many stacks/ePosters to review. However, once it has been published then you will see a message onscreen indicating that this has been done (as shown in the image below).

Confirmation that your stack/ePoster has been published to the showcase

If you do not see the buttons that allow you to mark you ePoster as ready then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite with a showcase. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

The image on the mini-poster is intended to be illustrative. It is not an image that it is intended the viewer will look at in detail, because if they want more detail about your work then they can scan the QR code on your mini-poster and open and explore your full ePoster/stack.  

The ideal dimensions of the image for your mini-poster are 1200 x 280 pixels or any ratio 30:7.  

When you add an image you can also choose to crop it to these dimensions or zoom in or out to make the key parts of the image fit into these dimensions. This FAQ answer provides more information about cropping and adjusting the size of the image within Learning Toolbox.

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Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Co-authors

The mini-poster is a printable poster that acts as an advert for and a gateway into your interactive ePoster. Onsite conferences usually print and display these at the venue as a way of promoting the ePosters.

You add the information that will be used to make your mini-poster in the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

If your mini-poster does not look as you expected, then return to the editor and check that you have filled in all the fields needed to make your mini-poster.

This is an important step if your conference is using the printed mini-posters. Printed mini-posters are usually used by onsite conferences as way to advertise and provide access to your ePosters at the venue.

Marking your stack/ePoster as ready for printing will let the administrators know that you are happy for them to generate and print your mini-poster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you do not need to mark your ePoster as ready for printing.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark your ePoster as ready) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

You need to click on both buttons to indicate that it is ready to print and ready to publish. In fact there will be no printing done for online only conferences, but you still need to click the ready for printing button. In future this button will be removed for online only conferences.

We strongly recommend that you preview your stack/ePoster and check that it works as you expect, before you mark it as ready to publish.

Marking your stack/ePoster will let the administrators know that your stack is ready. It will not be published to the showcase immediately, as the administrators will take that action and they may have many stacks/ePosters to review. However, once it has been published then you will see a message onscreen indicating that this has been done (as shown in the image below).

Confirmation that your stack/ePoster has been published to the showcase

If you do not see the buttons that allow you to mark you ePoster as ready then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite with a showcase. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

The image on the mini-poster is intended to be illustrative. It is not an image that it is intended the viewer will look at in detail, because if they want more detail about your work then they can scan the QR code on your mini-poster and open and explore your full ePoster/stack.  

The ideal dimensions of the image for your mini-poster are 1200 x 280 pixels or any ratio 30:7.  

When you add an image you can also choose to crop it to these dimensions or zoom in or out to make the key parts of the image fit into these dimensions. This FAQ answer provides more information about cropping and adjusting the size of the image within Learning Toolbox.

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Adding content and resources to my ePoster/stack

The mini-poster is a printable poster that acts as an advert for and a gateway into your interactive ePoster. Onsite conferences usually print and display these at the venue as a way of promoting the ePosters.

You add the information that will be used to make your mini-poster in the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

If your mini-poster does not look as you expected, then return to the editor and check that you have filled in all the fields needed to make your mini-poster.

This is an important step if your conference is using the printed mini-posters. Printed mini-posters are usually used by onsite conferences as way to advertise and provide access to your ePosters at the venue.

Marking your stack/ePoster as ready for printing will let the administrators know that you are happy for them to generate and print your mini-poster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you do not need to mark your ePoster as ready for printing.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark your ePoster as ready) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

You need to click on both buttons to indicate that it is ready to print and ready to publish. In fact there will be no printing done for online only conferences, but you still need to click the ready for printing button. In future this button will be removed for online only conferences.

We strongly recommend that you preview your stack/ePoster and check that it works as you expect, before you mark it as ready to publish.

Marking your stack/ePoster will let the administrators know that your stack is ready. It will not be published to the showcase immediately, as the administrators will take that action and they may have many stacks/ePosters to review. However, once it has been published then you will see a message onscreen indicating that this has been done (as shown in the image below).

Confirmation that your stack/ePoster has been published to the showcase

If you do not see the buttons that allow you to mark you ePoster as ready then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite with a showcase. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

The image on the mini-poster is intended to be illustrative. It is not an image that it is intended the viewer will look at in detail, because if they want more detail about your work then they can scan the QR code on your mini-poster and open and explore your full ePoster/stack.  

The ideal dimensions of the image for your mini-poster are 1200 x 280 pixels or any ratio 30:7.  

When you add an image you can also choose to crop it to these dimensions or zoom in or out to make the key parts of the image fit into these dimensions. This FAQ answer provides more information about cropping and adjusting the size of the image within Learning Toolbox.

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Changing the layout and appearance of a tile

The mini-poster is a printable poster that acts as an advert for and a gateway into your interactive ePoster. Onsite conferences usually print and display these at the venue as a way of promoting the ePosters.

You add the information that will be used to make your mini-poster in the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

If your mini-poster does not look as you expected, then return to the editor and check that you have filled in all the fields needed to make your mini-poster.

This is an important step if your conference is using the printed mini-posters. Printed mini-posters are usually used by onsite conferences as way to advertise and provide access to your ePosters at the venue.

Marking your stack/ePoster as ready for printing will let the administrators know that you are happy for them to generate and print your mini-poster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you do not need to mark your ePoster as ready for printing.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark your ePoster as ready) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

You need to click on both buttons to indicate that it is ready to print and ready to publish. In fact there will be no printing done for online only conferences, but you still need to click the ready for printing button. In future this button will be removed for online only conferences.

We strongly recommend that you preview your stack/ePoster and check that it works as you expect, before you mark it as ready to publish.

Marking your stack/ePoster will let the administrators know that your stack is ready. It will not be published to the showcase immediately, as the administrators will take that action and they may have many stacks/ePosters to review. However, once it has been published then you will see a message onscreen indicating that this has been done (as shown in the image below).

Confirmation that your stack/ePoster has been published to the showcase

If you do not see the buttons that allow you to mark you ePoster as ready then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite with a showcase. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

The image on the mini-poster is intended to be illustrative. It is not an image that it is intended the viewer will look at in detail, because if they want more detail about your work then they can scan the QR code on your mini-poster and open and explore your full ePoster/stack.  

The ideal dimensions of the image for your mini-poster are 1200 x 280 pixels or any ratio 30:7.  

When you add an image you can also choose to crop it to these dimensions or zoom in or out to make the key parts of the image fit into these dimensions. This FAQ answer provides more information about cropping and adjusting the size of the image within Learning Toolbox.

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Adding an extra screen/layer to my ePoster/stack

The mini-poster is a printable poster that acts as an advert for and a gateway into your interactive ePoster. Onsite conferences usually print and display these at the venue as a way of promoting the ePosters.

You add the information that will be used to make your mini-poster in the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

If your mini-poster does not look as you expected, then return to the editor and check that you have filled in all the fields needed to make your mini-poster.

This is an important step if your conference is using the printed mini-posters. Printed mini-posters are usually used by onsite conferences as way to advertise and provide access to your ePosters at the venue.

Marking your stack/ePoster as ready for printing will let the administrators know that you are happy for them to generate and print your mini-poster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you do not need to mark your ePoster as ready for printing.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark your ePoster as ready) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

You need to click on both buttons to indicate that it is ready to print and ready to publish. In fact there will be no printing done for online only conferences, but you still need to click the ready for printing button. In future this button will be removed for online only conferences.

We strongly recommend that you preview your stack/ePoster and check that it works as you expect, before you mark it as ready to publish.

Marking your stack/ePoster will let the administrators know that your stack is ready. It will not be published to the showcase immediately, as the administrators will take that action and they may have many stacks/ePosters to review. However, once it has been published then you will see a message onscreen indicating that this has been done (as shown in the image below).

Confirmation that your stack/ePoster has been published to the showcase

If you do not see the buttons that allow you to mark you ePoster as ready then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite with a showcase. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

The image on the mini-poster is intended to be illustrative. It is not an image that it is intended the viewer will look at in detail, because if they want more detail about your work then they can scan the QR code on your mini-poster and open and explore your full ePoster/stack.  

The ideal dimensions of the image for your mini-poster are 1200 x 280 pixels or any ratio 30:7.  

When you add an image you can also choose to crop it to these dimensions or zoom in or out to make the key parts of the image fit into these dimensions. This FAQ answer provides more information about cropping and adjusting the size of the image within Learning Toolbox.

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Viewing and testing my ePoster/stack

The mini-poster is a printable poster that acts as an advert for and a gateway into your interactive ePoster. Onsite conferences usually print and display these at the venue as a way of promoting the ePosters.

You add the information that will be used to make your mini-poster in the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

If your mini-poster does not look as you expected, then return to the editor and check that you have filled in all the fields needed to make your mini-poster.

This is an important step if your conference is using the printed mini-posters. Printed mini-posters are usually used by onsite conferences as way to advertise and provide access to your ePosters at the venue.

Marking your stack/ePoster as ready for printing will let the administrators know that you are happy for them to generate and print your mini-poster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you do not need to mark your ePoster as ready for printing.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark your ePoster as ready) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

You need to click on both buttons to indicate that it is ready to print and ready to publish. In fact there will be no printing done for online only conferences, but you still need to click the ready for printing button. In future this button will be removed for online only conferences.

We strongly recommend that you preview your stack/ePoster and check that it works as you expect, before you mark it as ready to publish.

Marking your stack/ePoster will let the administrators know that your stack is ready. It will not be published to the showcase immediately, as the administrators will take that action and they may have many stacks/ePosters to review. However, once it has been published then you will see a message onscreen indicating that this has been done (as shown in the image below).

Confirmation that your stack/ePoster has been published to the showcase

If you do not see the buttons that allow you to mark you ePoster as ready then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite with a showcase. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

The image on the mini-poster is intended to be illustrative. It is not an image that it is intended the viewer will look at in detail, because if they want more detail about your work then they can scan the QR code on your mini-poster and open and explore your full ePoster/stack.  

The ideal dimensions of the image for your mini-poster are 1200 x 280 pixels or any ratio 30:7.  

When you add an image you can also choose to crop it to these dimensions or zoom in or out to make the key parts of the image fit into these dimensions. This FAQ answer provides more information about cropping and adjusting the size of the image within Learning Toolbox.

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Your ePoster on the showcase website

The mini-poster is a printable poster that acts as an advert for and a gateway into your interactive ePoster. Onsite conferences usually print and display these at the venue as a way of promoting the ePosters.

You add the information that will be used to make your mini-poster in the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

If your mini-poster does not look as you expected, then return to the editor and check that you have filled in all the fields needed to make your mini-poster.

This is an important step if your conference is using the printed mini-posters. Printed mini-posters are usually used by onsite conferences as way to advertise and provide access to your ePosters at the venue.

Marking your stack/ePoster as ready for printing will let the administrators know that you are happy for them to generate and print your mini-poster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you do not need to mark your ePoster as ready for printing.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark your ePoster as ready) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

You need to click on both buttons to indicate that it is ready to print and ready to publish. In fact there will be no printing done for online only conferences, but you still need to click the ready for printing button. In future this button will be removed for online only conferences.

We strongly recommend that you preview your stack/ePoster and check that it works as you expect, before you mark it as ready to publish.

Marking your stack/ePoster will let the administrators know that your stack is ready. It will not be published to the showcase immediately, as the administrators will take that action and they may have many stacks/ePosters to review. However, once it has been published then you will see a message onscreen indicating that this has been done (as shown in the image below).

Confirmation that your stack/ePoster has been published to the showcase

If you do not see the buttons that allow you to mark you ePoster as ready then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite with a showcase. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

The image on the mini-poster is intended to be illustrative. It is not an image that it is intended the viewer will look at in detail, because if they want more detail about your work then they can scan the QR code on your mini-poster and open and explore your full ePoster/stack.  

The ideal dimensions of the image for your mini-poster are 1200 x 280 pixels or any ratio 30:7.  

When you add an image you can also choose to crop it to these dimensions or zoom in or out to make the key parts of the image fit into these dimensions. This FAQ answer provides more information about cropping and adjusting the size of the image within Learning Toolbox.

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Marking your ePoster as ready to publish to the showcase

The mini-poster is a printable poster that acts as an advert for and a gateway into your interactive ePoster. Onsite conferences usually print and display these at the venue as a way of promoting the ePosters.

You add the information that will be used to make your mini-poster in the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

If your mini-poster does not look as you expected, then return to the editor and check that you have filled in all the fields needed to make your mini-poster.

This is an important step if your conference is using the printed mini-posters. Printed mini-posters are usually used by onsite conferences as way to advertise and provide access to your ePosters at the venue.

Marking your stack/ePoster as ready for printing will let the administrators know that you are happy for them to generate and print your mini-poster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you do not need to mark your ePoster as ready for printing.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark your ePoster as ready) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

You need to click on both buttons to indicate that it is ready to print and ready to publish. In fact there will be no printing done for online only conferences, but you still need to click the ready for printing button. In future this button will be removed for online only conferences.

We strongly recommend that you preview your stack/ePoster and check that it works as you expect, before you mark it as ready to publish.

Marking your stack/ePoster will let the administrators know that your stack is ready. It will not be published to the showcase immediately, as the administrators will take that action and they may have many stacks/ePosters to review. However, once it has been published then you will see a message onscreen indicating that this has been done (as shown in the image below).

Confirmation that your stack/ePoster has been published to the showcase

If you do not see the buttons that allow you to mark you ePoster as ready then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite with a showcase. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

The image on the mini-poster is intended to be illustrative. It is not an image that it is intended the viewer will look at in detail, because if they want more detail about your work then they can scan the QR code on your mini-poster and open and explore your full ePoster/stack.  

The ideal dimensions of the image for your mini-poster are 1200 x 280 pixels or any ratio 30:7.  

When you add an image you can also choose to crop it to these dimensions or zoom in or out to make the key parts of the image fit into these dimensions. This FAQ answer provides more information about cropping and adjusting the size of the image within Learning Toolbox.

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Creating the mini-poster

An option usually used by onsite conferences to promote your ePoster onsite.

The mini-poster is a printable poster that acts as an advert for and a gateway into your interactive ePoster. Onsite conferences usually print and display these at the venue as a way of promoting the ePosters.

You add the information that will be used to make your mini-poster in the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

If your mini-poster does not look as you expected, then return to the editor and check that you have filled in all the fields needed to make your mini-poster.

This is an important step if your conference is using the printed mini-posters. Printed mini-posters are usually used by onsite conferences as way to advertise and provide access to your ePosters at the venue.

Marking your stack/ePoster as ready for printing will let the administrators know that you are happy for them to generate and print your mini-poster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you do not need to mark your ePoster as ready for printing.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark your ePoster as ready) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

You need to click on both buttons to indicate that it is ready to print and ready to publish. In fact there will be no printing done for online only conferences, but you still need to click the ready for printing button. In future this button will be removed for online only conferences.

We strongly recommend that you preview your stack/ePoster and check that it works as you expect, before you mark it as ready to publish.

Marking your stack/ePoster will let the administrators know that your stack is ready. It will not be published to the showcase immediately, as the administrators will take that action and they may have many stacks/ePosters to review. However, once it has been published then you will see a message onscreen indicating that this has been done (as shown in the image below).

Confirmation that your stack/ePoster has been published to the showcase

If you do not see the buttons that allow you to mark you ePoster as ready then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite with a showcase. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

The image on the mini-poster is intended to be illustrative. It is not an image that it is intended the viewer will look at in detail, because if they want more detail about your work then they can scan the QR code on your mini-poster and open and explore your full ePoster/stack.  

The ideal dimensions of the image for your mini-poster are 1200 x 280 pixels or any ratio 30:7.  

When you add an image you can also choose to crop it to these dimensions or zoom in or out to make the key parts of the image fit into these dimensions. This FAQ answer provides more information about cropping and adjusting the size of the image within Learning Toolbox.

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Presenting my ePoster

The mini-poster is a printable poster that acts as an advert for and a gateway into your interactive ePoster. Onsite conferences usually print and display these at the venue as a way of promoting the ePosters.

You add the information that will be used to make your mini-poster in the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

If your mini-poster does not look as you expected, then return to the editor and check that you have filled in all the fields needed to make your mini-poster.

This is an important step if your conference is using the printed mini-posters. Printed mini-posters are usually used by onsite conferences as way to advertise and provide access to your ePosters at the venue.

Marking your stack/ePoster as ready for printing will let the administrators know that you are happy for them to generate and print your mini-poster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you do not need to mark your ePoster as ready for printing.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark your ePoster as ready) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

You need to click on both buttons to indicate that it is ready to print and ready to publish. In fact there will be no printing done for online only conferences, but you still need to click the ready for printing button. In future this button will be removed for online only conferences.

We strongly recommend that you preview your stack/ePoster and check that it works as you expect, before you mark it as ready to publish.

Marking your stack/ePoster will let the administrators know that your stack is ready. It will not be published to the showcase immediately, as the administrators will take that action and they may have many stacks/ePosters to review. However, once it has been published then you will see a message onscreen indicating that this has been done (as shown in the image below).

Confirmation that your stack/ePoster has been published to the showcase

If you do not see the buttons that allow you to mark you ePoster as ready then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite with a showcase. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

The image on the mini-poster is intended to be illustrative. It is not an image that it is intended the viewer will look at in detail, because if they want more detail about your work then they can scan the QR code on your mini-poster and open and explore your full ePoster/stack.  

The ideal dimensions of the image for your mini-poster are 1200 x 280 pixels or any ratio 30:7.  

When you add an image you can also choose to crop it to these dimensions or zoom in or out to make the key parts of the image fit into these dimensions. This FAQ answer provides more information about cropping and adjusting the size of the image within Learning Toolbox.

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Exploring and sharing published ePosters/stacks

The mini-poster is a printable poster that acts as an advert for and a gateway into your interactive ePoster. Onsite conferences usually print and display these at the venue as a way of promoting the ePosters.

You add the information that will be used to make your mini-poster in the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

If your mini-poster does not look as you expected, then return to the editor and check that you have filled in all the fields needed to make your mini-poster.

This is an important step if your conference is using the printed mini-posters. Printed mini-posters are usually used by onsite conferences as way to advertise and provide access to your ePosters at the venue.

Marking your stack/ePoster as ready for printing will let the administrators know that you are happy for them to generate and print your mini-poster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you do not need to mark your ePoster as ready for printing.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark your ePoster as ready) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

You need to click on both buttons to indicate that it is ready to print and ready to publish. In fact there will be no printing done for online only conferences, but you still need to click the ready for printing button. In future this button will be removed for online only conferences.

We strongly recommend that you preview your stack/ePoster and check that it works as you expect, before you mark it as ready to publish.

Marking your stack/ePoster will let the administrators know that your stack is ready. It will not be published to the showcase immediately, as the administrators will take that action and they may have many stacks/ePosters to review. However, once it has been published then you will see a message onscreen indicating that this has been done (as shown in the image below).

Confirmation that your stack/ePoster has been published to the showcase

If you do not see the buttons that allow you to mark you ePoster as ready then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite with a showcase. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

The image on the mini-poster is intended to be illustrative. It is not an image that it is intended the viewer will look at in detail, because if they want more detail about your work then they can scan the QR code on your mini-poster and open and explore your full ePoster/stack.  

The ideal dimensions of the image for your mini-poster are 1200 x 280 pixels or any ratio 30:7.  

When you add an image you can also choose to crop it to these dimensions or zoom in or out to make the key parts of the image fit into these dimensions. This FAQ answer provides more information about cropping and adjusting the size of the image within Learning Toolbox.

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Engaging with the viewers of your ePosters/stacks

The mini-poster is a printable poster that acts as an advert for and a gateway into your interactive ePoster. Onsite conferences usually print and display these at the venue as a way of promoting the ePosters.

You add the information that will be used to make your mini-poster in the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

If your mini-poster does not look as you expected, then return to the editor and check that you have filled in all the fields needed to make your mini-poster.

This is an important step if your conference is using the printed mini-posters. Printed mini-posters are usually used by onsite conferences as way to advertise and provide access to your ePosters at the venue.

Marking your stack/ePoster as ready for printing will let the administrators know that you are happy for them to generate and print your mini-poster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you do not need to mark your ePoster as ready for printing.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark your ePoster as ready) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

You need to click on both buttons to indicate that it is ready to print and ready to publish. In fact there will be no printing done for online only conferences, but you still need to click the ready for printing button. In future this button will be removed for online only conferences.

We strongly recommend that you preview your stack/ePoster and check that it works as you expect, before you mark it as ready to publish.

Marking your stack/ePoster will let the administrators know that your stack is ready. It will not be published to the showcase immediately, as the administrators will take that action and they may have many stacks/ePosters to review. However, once it has been published then you will see a message onscreen indicating that this has been done (as shown in the image below).

Confirmation that your stack/ePoster has been published to the showcase

If you do not see the buttons that allow you to mark you ePoster as ready then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite with a showcase. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

The image on the mini-poster is intended to be illustrative. It is not an image that it is intended the viewer will look at in detail, because if they want more detail about your work then they can scan the QR code on your mini-poster and open and explore your full ePoster/stack.  

The ideal dimensions of the image for your mini-poster are 1200 x 280 pixels or any ratio 30:7.  

When you add an image you can also choose to crop it to these dimensions or zoom in or out to make the key parts of the image fit into these dimensions. This FAQ answer provides more information about cropping and adjusting the size of the image within Learning Toolbox.

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Using templates

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

The mini-poster is a printable poster that acts as an advert for and a gateway into your interactive ePoster. Onsite conferences usually print and display these at the venue as a way of promoting the ePosters.

You add the information that will be used to make your mini-poster in the Stack Poster Details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

You can then enter all the information that will appear on your mini-poster, as described below. Remember to save your ePoster after you have added these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

If your mini-poster does not look as you expected, then return to the editor and check that you have filled in all the fields needed to make your mini-poster.

This is an important step if your conference is using the printed mini-posters. Printed mini-posters are usually used by onsite conferences as way to advertise and provide access to your ePosters at the venue.

Marking your stack/ePoster as ready for printing will let the administrators know that you are happy for them to generate and print your mini-poster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

If you do not see these buttons then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite. In this case you do not need to mark your ePoster as ready for printing.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark your ePoster as ready) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor.

You need to click on both buttons to indicate that it is ready to print and ready to publish. In fact there will be no printing done for online only conferences, but you still need to click the ready for printing button. In future this button will be removed for online only conferences.

We strongly recommend that you preview your stack/ePoster and check that it works as you expect, before you mark it as ready to publish.

Marking your stack/ePoster will let the administrators know that your stack is ready. It will not be published to the showcase immediately, as the administrators will take that action and they may have many stacks/ePosters to review. However, once it has been published then you will see a message onscreen indicating that this has been done (as shown in the image below).

Confirmation that your stack/ePoster has been published to the showcase

If you do not see the buttons that allow you to mark you ePoster as ready then this will be because you are creating a stack/ePoster that is not linked to a conference/event invite with a showcase. In this case you can instead make your ePoster public yourself by changing its access permissions.

The image on the mini-poster is intended to be illustrative. It is not an image that it is intended the viewer will look at in detail, because if they want more detail about your work then they can scan the QR code on your mini-poster and open and explore your full ePoster/stack.  

The ideal dimensions of the image for your mini-poster are 1200 x 280 pixels or any ratio 30:7.  

When you add an image you can also choose to crop it to these dimensions or zoom in or out to make the key parts of the image fit into these dimensions. This FAQ answer provides more information about cropping and adjusting the size of the image within Learning Toolbox.

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