ePosters Support Page for ADEE

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

If you want to preview your ePoster in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the ePoster will open in a new tab in your browser (2). From here you can click on the tiles and check that it is working as you expected.

 

Save your stack and Close Editor. This now takes you to the summary screen. Click on Private and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to set access permissions for your stack. 

If you are still working on it but want to share it with others (perhaps your co-authors) so they can see what you have done, then you should change the permissions to Public and Hidden. This will mean that only people who have been sent the QR code or web address for your stack will be able to open and view it. 

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public and Hidden (See How do I set access permissions?) then follow the steps in this video.

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Using templates

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

If you want to preview your ePoster in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the ePoster will open in a new tab in your browser (2). From here you can click on the tiles and check that it is working as you expected.

 

Save your stack and Close Editor. This now takes you to the summary screen. Click on Private and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to set access permissions for your stack. 

If you are still working on it but want to share it with others (perhaps your co-authors) so they can see what you have done, then you should change the permissions to Public and Hidden. This will mean that only people who have been sent the QR code or web address for your stack will be able to open and view it. 

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public and Hidden (See How do I set access permissions?) then follow the steps in this video.

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Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Co-authors

If you want to preview your ePoster in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the ePoster will open in a new tab in your browser (2). From here you can click on the tiles and check that it is working as you expected.

 

Save your stack and Close Editor. This now takes you to the summary screen. Click on Private and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to set access permissions for your stack. 

If you are still working on it but want to share it with others (perhaps your co-authors) so they can see what you have done, then you should change the permissions to Public and Hidden. This will mean that only people who have been sent the QR code or web address for your stack will be able to open and view it. 

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public and Hidden (See How do I set access permissions?) then follow the steps in this video.

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Adding content and resources to my ePoster/stack

If you want to preview your ePoster in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the ePoster will open in a new tab in your browser (2). From here you can click on the tiles and check that it is working as you expected.

 

Save your stack and Close Editor. This now takes you to the summary screen. Click on Private and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to set access permissions for your stack. 

If you are still working on it but want to share it with others (perhaps your co-authors) so they can see what you have done, then you should change the permissions to Public and Hidden. This will mean that only people who have been sent the QR code or web address for your stack will be able to open and view it. 

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public and Hidden (See How do I set access permissions?) then follow the steps in this video.

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Changing the layout and appearance of a tile

If you want to preview your ePoster in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the ePoster will open in a new tab in your browser (2). From here you can click on the tiles and check that it is working as you expected.

 

Save your stack and Close Editor. This now takes you to the summary screen. Click on Private and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to set access permissions for your stack. 

If you are still working on it but want to share it with others (perhaps your co-authors) so they can see what you have done, then you should change the permissions to Public and Hidden. This will mean that only people who have been sent the QR code or web address for your stack will be able to open and view it. 

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public and Hidden (See How do I set access permissions?) then follow the steps in this video.

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Adding an extra screen/layer to my ePoster/stack

If you want to preview your ePoster in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the ePoster will open in a new tab in your browser (2). From here you can click on the tiles and check that it is working as you expected.

 

Save your stack and Close Editor. This now takes you to the summary screen. Click on Private and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to set access permissions for your stack. 

If you are still working on it but want to share it with others (perhaps your co-authors) so they can see what you have done, then you should change the permissions to Public and Hidden. This will mean that only people who have been sent the QR code or web address for your stack will be able to open and view it. 

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public and Hidden (See How do I set access permissions?) then follow the steps in this video.

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Viewing and testing my ePoster/stack

If you want to preview your ePoster in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the ePoster will open in a new tab in your browser (2). From here you can click on the tiles and check that it is working as you expected.

 

Save your stack and Close Editor. This now takes you to the summary screen. Click on Private and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to set access permissions for your stack. 

If you are still working on it but want to share it with others (perhaps your co-authors) so they can see what you have done, then you should change the permissions to Public and Hidden. This will mean that only people who have been sent the QR code or web address for your stack will be able to open and view it. 

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public and Hidden (See How do I set access permissions?) then follow the steps in this video.

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Creating my mini-poster and finalising my ePoster/stack

If you want to preview your ePoster in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the ePoster will open in a new tab in your browser (2). From here you can click on the tiles and check that it is working as you expected.

 

Save your stack and Close Editor. This now takes you to the summary screen. Click on Private and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to set access permissions for your stack. 

If you are still working on it but want to share it with others (perhaps your co-authors) so they can see what you have done, then you should change the permissions to Public and Hidden. This will mean that only people who have been sent the QR code or web address for your stack will be able to open and view it. 

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public and Hidden (See How do I set access permissions?) then follow the steps in this video.

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Presenting my ePoster

If you want to preview your ePoster in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the ePoster will open in a new tab in your browser (2). From here you can click on the tiles and check that it is working as you expected.

 

Save your stack and Close Editor. This now takes you to the summary screen. Click on Private and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to set access permissions for your stack. 

If you are still working on it but want to share it with others (perhaps your co-authors) so they can see what you have done, then you should change the permissions to Public and Hidden. This will mean that only people who have been sent the QR code or web address for your stack will be able to open and view it. 

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public and Hidden (See How do I set access permissions?) then follow the steps in this video.

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Exploring and sharing published ePosters/stacks

If you want to preview your ePoster in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the ePoster will open in a new tab in your browser (2). From here you can click on the tiles and check that it is working as you expected.

 

Save your stack and Close Editor. This now takes you to the summary screen. Click on Private and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to set access permissions for your stack. 

If you are still working on it but want to share it with others (perhaps your co-authors) so they can see what you have done, then you should change the permissions to Public and Hidden. This will mean that only people who have been sent the QR code or web address for your stack will be able to open and view it. 

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public and Hidden (See How do I set access permissions?) then follow the steps in this video.

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