LTB Support Page (PÁGINA DE APOYO DE POSTER-E)

Key Information (InformaciĂłn Clave)

If you can’t find the answer to your question in the support items below then please contact gcfi73@gcfi.org

Si no encuentra la contestaciĂłn a su pregunta en los temas de apoyo a continuaciĂłn, por favor comunĂ­quese con gcfi73@gcfi.org

General Overview

If you want to preview and check your stack in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the stack will open in the viewer. What you see is what viewers of your stack will see if they are viewing your stack in a web browser on a computer or tablet. You can click on the tiles (2) and check that it is working as you expected. Once you are finished then click on the X button (3) to close the viewer and return to the editor.

Screenshot showing how to preivew and check ePoster

What you see in the preview is exactly what the conference organising team sees when they check and publish your stack. So the preview allows you to be sure the stack is working as you want and you know that the conference team will see exactly the same.

Things you might want to do when previewing your stack include:

  • Click on the tiles to check that the content appears as you expect
  • Consider if your tile titles are helpful to the viewer
  • Consider if the arrangement of your tiles helps the viewer to easily find the content they want
  • Consider if your tile background images help to make the ePoster content clear and attractive
  • Consider if you could use different colours for your tile title bars to help the viewer see meaningful groupings in your content

If you then decide that you want to make changes then you can just return to edit your stack as normal.

You can change the permissions of your stack to determine who can open it and whether it shows up in searches.

To do this sign-in and open your stack as usual, but do not click on the Edit button. Instead next to the Edit button you will see the access permissions button that indicates what permissions your stack currently has (Private, Restricted or Public). If you are still developing the stack then it is probably still set as Private.

Click on that access permissions button and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to change the access permissions for your stack. 

Screenshot showing where you can change access permissions

If you are still working on the stack 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 you do not want your stack to be accessible any longer then you should change the permissions to Private.

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public (See How do I set access permissions?) so that you can view it on your phone without signing in.

You can then view your stack on your smartphone by scanning its QR code. This will open the stack in the browser on your smartphone. You can interact with it in the browser or choose to open it in the LTB App.

Screenshot showing the location of a stack's sharing information including its QR code

If you are in the editor then you will not see the QR code. You should first press the Close Editor button. This will then bring you to the summary screen which shows the QR code.

1. When you mark your stack as ready then we will run some basic checks and if we identify any issues then you will see an issue message onscreen telling you what issues we have found.

2. Just click on the help icon (?) next to any issue to find out more about it and how to fix it.

Screenshot showing location of issue messages and help icon.

Creating an ePoster/Stack (Crear pila en LTB para una conferencia)

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Co-authors

If you want to preview and check your stack in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the stack will open in the viewer. What you see is what viewers of your stack will see if they are viewing your stack in a web browser on a computer or tablet. You can click on the tiles (2) and check that it is working as you expected. Once you are finished then click on the X button (3) to close the viewer and return to the editor.

Screenshot showing how to preivew and check ePoster

What you see in the preview is exactly what the conference organising team sees when they check and publish your stack. So the preview allows you to be sure the stack is working as you want and you know that the conference team will see exactly the same.

Things you might want to do when previewing your stack include:

  • Click on the tiles to check that the content appears as you expect
  • Consider if your tile titles are helpful to the viewer
  • Consider if the arrangement of your tiles helps the viewer to easily find the content they want
  • Consider if your tile background images help to make the ePoster content clear and attractive
  • Consider if you could use different colours for your tile title bars to help the viewer see meaningful groupings in your content

If you then decide that you want to make changes then you can just return to edit your stack as normal.

You can change the permissions of your stack to determine who can open it and whether it shows up in searches.

To do this sign-in and open your stack as usual, but do not click on the Edit button. Instead next to the Edit button you will see the access permissions button that indicates what permissions your stack currently has (Private, Restricted or Public). If you are still developing the stack then it is probably still set as Private.

Click on that access permissions button and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to change the access permissions for your stack. 

Screenshot showing where you can change access permissions

If you are still working on the stack 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 you do not want your stack to be accessible any longer then you should change the permissions to Private.

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public (See How do I set access permissions?) so that you can view it on your phone without signing in.

You can then view your stack on your smartphone by scanning its QR code. This will open the stack in the browser on your smartphone. You can interact with it in the browser or choose to open it in the LTB App.

Screenshot showing the location of a stack's sharing information including its QR code

If you are in the editor then you will not see the QR code. You should first press the Close Editor button. This will then bring you to the summary screen which shows the QR code.

1. When you mark your stack as ready then we will run some basic checks and if we identify any issues then you will see an issue message onscreen telling you what issues we have found.

2. Just click on the help icon (?) next to any issue to find out more about it and how to fix it.

Screenshot showing location of issue messages and help icon.

Adding content and resources to my ePoster/stack

If you want to preview and check your stack in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the stack will open in the viewer. What you see is what viewers of your stack will see if they are viewing your stack in a web browser on a computer or tablet. You can click on the tiles (2) and check that it is working as you expected. Once you are finished then click on the X button (3) to close the viewer and return to the editor.

Screenshot showing how to preivew and check ePoster

What you see in the preview is exactly what the conference organising team sees when they check and publish your stack. So the preview allows you to be sure the stack is working as you want and you know that the conference team will see exactly the same.

Things you might want to do when previewing your stack include:

  • Click on the tiles to check that the content appears as you expect
  • Consider if your tile titles are helpful to the viewer
  • Consider if the arrangement of your tiles helps the viewer to easily find the content they want
  • Consider if your tile background images help to make the ePoster content clear and attractive
  • Consider if you could use different colours for your tile title bars to help the viewer see meaningful groupings in your content

If you then decide that you want to make changes then you can just return to edit your stack as normal.

You can change the permissions of your stack to determine who can open it and whether it shows up in searches.

To do this sign-in and open your stack as usual, but do not click on the Edit button. Instead next to the Edit button you will see the access permissions button that indicates what permissions your stack currently has (Private, Restricted or Public). If you are still developing the stack then it is probably still set as Private.

Click on that access permissions button and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to change the access permissions for your stack. 

Screenshot showing where you can change access permissions

If you are still working on the stack 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 you do not want your stack to be accessible any longer then you should change the permissions to Private.

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public (See How do I set access permissions?) so that you can view it on your phone without signing in.

You can then view your stack on your smartphone by scanning its QR code. This will open the stack in the browser on your smartphone. You can interact with it in the browser or choose to open it in the LTB App.

Screenshot showing the location of a stack's sharing information including its QR code

If you are in the editor then you will not see the QR code. You should first press the Close Editor button. This will then bring you to the summary screen which shows the QR code.

1. When you mark your stack as ready then we will run some basic checks and if we identify any issues then you will see an issue message onscreen telling you what issues we have found.

2. Just click on the help icon (?) next to any issue to find out more about it and how to fix it.

Screenshot showing location of issue messages and help icon.

Changing the layout and appearance of a tile

If you want to preview and check your stack in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the stack will open in the viewer. What you see is what viewers of your stack will see if they are viewing your stack in a web browser on a computer or tablet. You can click on the tiles (2) and check that it is working as you expected. Once you are finished then click on the X button (3) to close the viewer and return to the editor.

Screenshot showing how to preivew and check ePoster

What you see in the preview is exactly what the conference organising team sees when they check and publish your stack. So the preview allows you to be sure the stack is working as you want and you know that the conference team will see exactly the same.

Things you might want to do when previewing your stack include:

  • Click on the tiles to check that the content appears as you expect
  • Consider if your tile titles are helpful to the viewer
  • Consider if the arrangement of your tiles helps the viewer to easily find the content they want
  • Consider if your tile background images help to make the ePoster content clear and attractive
  • Consider if you could use different colours for your tile title bars to help the viewer see meaningful groupings in your content

If you then decide that you want to make changes then you can just return to edit your stack as normal.

You can change the permissions of your stack to determine who can open it and whether it shows up in searches.

To do this sign-in and open your stack as usual, but do not click on the Edit button. Instead next to the Edit button you will see the access permissions button that indicates what permissions your stack currently has (Private, Restricted or Public). If you are still developing the stack then it is probably still set as Private.

Click on that access permissions button and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to change the access permissions for your stack. 

Screenshot showing where you can change access permissions

If you are still working on the stack 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 you do not want your stack to be accessible any longer then you should change the permissions to Private.

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public (See How do I set access permissions?) so that you can view it on your phone without signing in.

You can then view your stack on your smartphone by scanning its QR code. This will open the stack in the browser on your smartphone. You can interact with it in the browser or choose to open it in the LTB App.

Screenshot showing the location of a stack's sharing information including its QR code

If you are in the editor then you will not see the QR code. You should first press the Close Editor button. This will then bring you to the summary screen which shows the QR code.

1. When you mark your stack as ready then we will run some basic checks and if we identify any issues then you will see an issue message onscreen telling you what issues we have found.

2. Just click on the help icon (?) next to any issue to find out more about it and how to fix it.

Screenshot showing location of issue messages and help icon.

Adding an extra screen/layer to my ePoster/stack

If you want to preview and check your stack in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the stack will open in the viewer. What you see is what viewers of your stack will see if they are viewing your stack in a web browser on a computer or tablet. You can click on the tiles (2) and check that it is working as you expected. Once you are finished then click on the X button (3) to close the viewer and return to the editor.

Screenshot showing how to preivew and check ePoster

What you see in the preview is exactly what the conference organising team sees when they check and publish your stack. So the preview allows you to be sure the stack is working as you want and you know that the conference team will see exactly the same.

Things you might want to do when previewing your stack include:

  • Click on the tiles to check that the content appears as you expect
  • Consider if your tile titles are helpful to the viewer
  • Consider if the arrangement of your tiles helps the viewer to easily find the content they want
  • Consider if your tile background images help to make the ePoster content clear and attractive
  • Consider if you could use different colours for your tile title bars to help the viewer see meaningful groupings in your content

If you then decide that you want to make changes then you can just return to edit your stack as normal.

You can change the permissions of your stack to determine who can open it and whether it shows up in searches.

To do this sign-in and open your stack as usual, but do not click on the Edit button. Instead next to the Edit button you will see the access permissions button that indicates what permissions your stack currently has (Private, Restricted or Public). If you are still developing the stack then it is probably still set as Private.

Click on that access permissions button and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to change the access permissions for your stack. 

Screenshot showing where you can change access permissions

If you are still working on the stack 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 you do not want your stack to be accessible any longer then you should change the permissions to Private.

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public (See How do I set access permissions?) so that you can view it on your phone without signing in.

You can then view your stack on your smartphone by scanning its QR code. This will open the stack in the browser on your smartphone. You can interact with it in the browser or choose to open it in the LTB App.

Screenshot showing the location of a stack's sharing information including its QR code

If you are in the editor then you will not see the QR code. You should first press the Close Editor button. This will then bring you to the summary screen which shows the QR code.

1. When you mark your stack as ready then we will run some basic checks and if we identify any issues then you will see an issue message onscreen telling you what issues we have found.

2. Just click on the help icon (?) next to any issue to find out more about it and how to fix it.

Screenshot showing location of issue messages and help icon.

Viewing and testing my ePoster/stack

If you want to preview and check your stack in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the stack will open in the viewer. What you see is what viewers of your stack will see if they are viewing your stack in a web browser on a computer or tablet. You can click on the tiles (2) and check that it is working as you expected. Once you are finished then click on the X button (3) to close the viewer and return to the editor.

Screenshot showing how to preivew and check ePoster

What you see in the preview is exactly what the conference organising team sees when they check and publish your stack. So the preview allows you to be sure the stack is working as you want and you know that the conference team will see exactly the same.

Things you might want to do when previewing your stack include:

  • Click on the tiles to check that the content appears as you expect
  • Consider if your tile titles are helpful to the viewer
  • Consider if the arrangement of your tiles helps the viewer to easily find the content they want
  • Consider if your tile background images help to make the ePoster content clear and attractive
  • Consider if you could use different colours for your tile title bars to help the viewer see meaningful groupings in your content

If you then decide that you want to make changes then you can just return to edit your stack as normal.

You can change the permissions of your stack to determine who can open it and whether it shows up in searches.

To do this sign-in and open your stack as usual, but do not click on the Edit button. Instead next to the Edit button you will see the access permissions button that indicates what permissions your stack currently has (Private, Restricted or Public). If you are still developing the stack then it is probably still set as Private.

Click on that access permissions button and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to change the access permissions for your stack. 

Screenshot showing where you can change access permissions

If you are still working on the stack 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 you do not want your stack to be accessible any longer then you should change the permissions to Private.

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public (See How do I set access permissions?) so that you can view it on your phone without signing in.

You can then view your stack on your smartphone by scanning its QR code. This will open the stack in the browser on your smartphone. You can interact with it in the browser or choose to open it in the LTB App.

Screenshot showing the location of a stack's sharing information including its QR code

If you are in the editor then you will not see the QR code. You should first press the Close Editor button. This will then bring you to the summary screen which shows the QR code.

1. When you mark your stack as ready then we will run some basic checks and if we identify any issues then you will see an issue message onscreen telling you what issues we have found.

2. Just click on the help icon (?) next to any issue to find out more about it and how to fix it.

Screenshot showing location of issue messages and help icon.

Your ePoster on the showcase website

If you want to preview and check your stack in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the stack will open in the viewer. What you see is what viewers of your stack will see if they are viewing your stack in a web browser on a computer or tablet. You can click on the tiles (2) and check that it is working as you expected. Once you are finished then click on the X button (3) to close the viewer and return to the editor.

Screenshot showing how to preivew and check ePoster

What you see in the preview is exactly what the conference organising team sees when they check and publish your stack. So the preview allows you to be sure the stack is working as you want and you know that the conference team will see exactly the same.

Things you might want to do when previewing your stack include:

  • Click on the tiles to check that the content appears as you expect
  • Consider if your tile titles are helpful to the viewer
  • Consider if the arrangement of your tiles helps the viewer to easily find the content they want
  • Consider if your tile background images help to make the ePoster content clear and attractive
  • Consider if you could use different colours for your tile title bars to help the viewer see meaningful groupings in your content

If you then decide that you want to make changes then you can just return to edit your stack as normal.

You can change the permissions of your stack to determine who can open it and whether it shows up in searches.

To do this sign-in and open your stack as usual, but do not click on the Edit button. Instead next to the Edit button you will see the access permissions button that indicates what permissions your stack currently has (Private, Restricted or Public). If you are still developing the stack then it is probably still set as Private.

Click on that access permissions button and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to change the access permissions for your stack. 

Screenshot showing where you can change access permissions

If you are still working on the stack 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 you do not want your stack to be accessible any longer then you should change the permissions to Private.

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public (See How do I set access permissions?) so that you can view it on your phone without signing in.

You can then view your stack on your smartphone by scanning its QR code. This will open the stack in the browser on your smartphone. You can interact with it in the browser or choose to open it in the LTB App.

Screenshot showing the location of a stack's sharing information including its QR code

If you are in the editor then you will not see the QR code. You should first press the Close Editor button. This will then bring you to the summary screen which shows the QR code.

1. When you mark your stack as ready then we will run some basic checks and if we identify any issues then you will see an issue message onscreen telling you what issues we have found.

2. Just click on the help icon (?) next to any issue to find out more about it and how to fix it.

Screenshot showing location of issue messages and help icon.

Marking your ePoster as ready to publish to the showcase

If you want to preview and check your stack in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the stack will open in the viewer. What you see is what viewers of your stack will see if they are viewing your stack in a web browser on a computer or tablet. You can click on the tiles (2) and check that it is working as you expected. Once you are finished then click on the X button (3) to close the viewer and return to the editor.

Screenshot showing how to preivew and check ePoster

What you see in the preview is exactly what the conference organising team sees when they check and publish your stack. So the preview allows you to be sure the stack is working as you want and you know that the conference team will see exactly the same.

Things you might want to do when previewing your stack include:

  • Click on the tiles to check that the content appears as you expect
  • Consider if your tile titles are helpful to the viewer
  • Consider if the arrangement of your tiles helps the viewer to easily find the content they want
  • Consider if your tile background images help to make the ePoster content clear and attractive
  • Consider if you could use different colours for your tile title bars to help the viewer see meaningful groupings in your content

If you then decide that you want to make changes then you can just return to edit your stack as normal.

You can change the permissions of your stack to determine who can open it and whether it shows up in searches.

To do this sign-in and open your stack as usual, but do not click on the Edit button. Instead next to the Edit button you will see the access permissions button that indicates what permissions your stack currently has (Private, Restricted or Public). If you are still developing the stack then it is probably still set as Private.

Click on that access permissions button and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to change the access permissions for your stack. 

Screenshot showing where you can change access permissions

If you are still working on the stack 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 you do not want your stack to be accessible any longer then you should change the permissions to Private.

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public (See How do I set access permissions?) so that you can view it on your phone without signing in.

You can then view your stack on your smartphone by scanning its QR code. This will open the stack in the browser on your smartphone. You can interact with it in the browser or choose to open it in the LTB App.

Screenshot showing the location of a stack's sharing information including its QR code

If you are in the editor then you will not see the QR code. You should first press the Close Editor button. This will then bring you to the summary screen which shows the QR code.

1. When you mark your stack as ready then we will run some basic checks and if we identify any issues then you will see an issue message onscreen telling you what issues we have found.

2. Just click on the help icon (?) next to any issue to find out more about it and how to fix it.

Screenshot showing location of issue messages and help icon.

Creating the mini-poster

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

If you want to preview and check your stack in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the stack will open in the viewer. What you see is what viewers of your stack will see if they are viewing your stack in a web browser on a computer or tablet. You can click on the tiles (2) and check that it is working as you expected. Once you are finished then click on the X button (3) to close the viewer and return to the editor.

Screenshot showing how to preivew and check ePoster

What you see in the preview is exactly what the conference organising team sees when they check and publish your stack. So the preview allows you to be sure the stack is working as you want and you know that the conference team will see exactly the same.

Things you might want to do when previewing your stack include:

  • Click on the tiles to check that the content appears as you expect
  • Consider if your tile titles are helpful to the viewer
  • Consider if the arrangement of your tiles helps the viewer to easily find the content they want
  • Consider if your tile background images help to make the ePoster content clear and attractive
  • Consider if you could use different colours for your tile title bars to help the viewer see meaningful groupings in your content

If you then decide that you want to make changes then you can just return to edit your stack as normal.

You can change the permissions of your stack to determine who can open it and whether it shows up in searches.

To do this sign-in and open your stack as usual, but do not click on the Edit button. Instead next to the Edit button you will see the access permissions button that indicates what permissions your stack currently has (Private, Restricted or Public). If you are still developing the stack then it is probably still set as Private.

Click on that access permissions button and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to change the access permissions for your stack. 

Screenshot showing where you can change access permissions

If you are still working on the stack 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 you do not want your stack to be accessible any longer then you should change the permissions to Private.

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public (See How do I set access permissions?) so that you can view it on your phone without signing in.

You can then view your stack on your smartphone by scanning its QR code. This will open the stack in the browser on your smartphone. You can interact with it in the browser or choose to open it in the LTB App.

Screenshot showing the location of a stack's sharing information including its QR code

If you are in the editor then you will not see the QR code. You should first press the Close Editor button. This will then bring you to the summary screen which shows the QR code.

1. When you mark your stack as ready then we will run some basic checks and if we identify any issues then you will see an issue message onscreen telling you what issues we have found.

2. Just click on the help icon (?) next to any issue to find out more about it and how to fix it.

Screenshot showing location of issue messages and help icon.

Presenting my ePoster/stack

If you want to preview and check your stack in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the stack will open in the viewer. What you see is what viewers of your stack will see if they are viewing your stack in a web browser on a computer or tablet. You can click on the tiles (2) and check that it is working as you expected. Once you are finished then click on the X button (3) to close the viewer and return to the editor.

Screenshot showing how to preivew and check ePoster

What you see in the preview is exactly what the conference organising team sees when they check and publish your stack. So the preview allows you to be sure the stack is working as you want and you know that the conference team will see exactly the same.

Things you might want to do when previewing your stack include:

  • Click on the tiles to check that the content appears as you expect
  • Consider if your tile titles are helpful to the viewer
  • Consider if the arrangement of your tiles helps the viewer to easily find the content they want
  • Consider if your tile background images help to make the ePoster content clear and attractive
  • Consider if you could use different colours for your tile title bars to help the viewer see meaningful groupings in your content

If you then decide that you want to make changes then you can just return to edit your stack as normal.

You can change the permissions of your stack to determine who can open it and whether it shows up in searches.

To do this sign-in and open your stack as usual, but do not click on the Edit button. Instead next to the Edit button you will see the access permissions button that indicates what permissions your stack currently has (Private, Restricted or Public). If you are still developing the stack then it is probably still set as Private.

Click on that access permissions button and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to change the access permissions for your stack. 

Screenshot showing where you can change access permissions

If you are still working on the stack 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 you do not want your stack to be accessible any longer then you should change the permissions to Private.

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public (See How do I set access permissions?) so that you can view it on your phone without signing in.

You can then view your stack on your smartphone by scanning its QR code. This will open the stack in the browser on your smartphone. You can interact with it in the browser or choose to open it in the LTB App.

Screenshot showing the location of a stack's sharing information including its QR code

If you are in the editor then you will not see the QR code. You should first press the Close Editor button. This will then bring you to the summary screen which shows the QR code.

1. When you mark your stack as ready then we will run some basic checks and if we identify any issues then you will see an issue message onscreen telling you what issues we have found.

2. Just click on the help icon (?) next to any issue to find out more about it and how to fix it.

Screenshot showing location of issue messages and help icon.

Exploring and sharing published ePosters/stacks

If you want to preview and check your stack in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the stack will open in the viewer. What you see is what viewers of your stack will see if they are viewing your stack in a web browser on a computer or tablet. You can click on the tiles (2) and check that it is working as you expected. Once you are finished then click on the X button (3) to close the viewer and return to the editor.

Screenshot showing how to preivew and check ePoster

What you see in the preview is exactly what the conference organising team sees when they check and publish your stack. So the preview allows you to be sure the stack is working as you want and you know that the conference team will see exactly the same.

Things you might want to do when previewing your stack include:

  • Click on the tiles to check that the content appears as you expect
  • Consider if your tile titles are helpful to the viewer
  • Consider if the arrangement of your tiles helps the viewer to easily find the content they want
  • Consider if your tile background images help to make the ePoster content clear and attractive
  • Consider if you could use different colours for your tile title bars to help the viewer see meaningful groupings in your content

If you then decide that you want to make changes then you can just return to edit your stack as normal.

You can change the permissions of your stack to determine who can open it and whether it shows up in searches.

To do this sign-in and open your stack as usual, but do not click on the Edit button. Instead next to the Edit button you will see the access permissions button that indicates what permissions your stack currently has (Private, Restricted or Public). If you are still developing the stack then it is probably still set as Private.

Click on that access permissions button and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to change the access permissions for your stack. 

Screenshot showing where you can change access permissions

If you are still working on the stack 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 you do not want your stack to be accessible any longer then you should change the permissions to Private.

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public (See How do I set access permissions?) so that you can view it on your phone without signing in.

You can then view your stack on your smartphone by scanning its QR code. This will open the stack in the browser on your smartphone. You can interact with it in the browser or choose to open it in the LTB App.

Screenshot showing the location of a stack's sharing information including its QR code

If you are in the editor then you will not see the QR code. You should first press the Close Editor button. This will then bring you to the summary screen which shows the QR code.

1. When you mark your stack as ready then we will run some basic checks and if we identify any issues then you will see an issue message onscreen telling you what issues we have found.

2. Just click on the help icon (?) next to any issue to find out more about it and how to fix it.

Screenshot showing location of issue messages and help icon.

Engaging with the viewers of your ePosters/stacks

If you want to preview and check your stack in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the stack will open in the viewer. What you see is what viewers of your stack will see if they are viewing your stack in a web browser on a computer or tablet. You can click on the tiles (2) and check that it is working as you expected. Once you are finished then click on the X button (3) to close the viewer and return to the editor.

Screenshot showing how to preivew and check ePoster

What you see in the preview is exactly what the conference organising team sees when they check and publish your stack. So the preview allows you to be sure the stack is working as you want and you know that the conference team will see exactly the same.

Things you might want to do when previewing your stack include:

  • Click on the tiles to check that the content appears as you expect
  • Consider if your tile titles are helpful to the viewer
  • Consider if the arrangement of your tiles helps the viewer to easily find the content they want
  • Consider if your tile background images help to make the ePoster content clear and attractive
  • Consider if you could use different colours for your tile title bars to help the viewer see meaningful groupings in your content

If you then decide that you want to make changes then you can just return to edit your stack as normal.

You can change the permissions of your stack to determine who can open it and whether it shows up in searches.

To do this sign-in and open your stack as usual, but do not click on the Edit button. Instead next to the Edit button you will see the access permissions button that indicates what permissions your stack currently has (Private, Restricted or Public). If you are still developing the stack then it is probably still set as Private.

Click on that access permissions button and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to change the access permissions for your stack. 

Screenshot showing where you can change access permissions

If you are still working on the stack 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 you do not want your stack to be accessible any longer then you should change the permissions to Private.

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public (See How do I set access permissions?) so that you can view it on your phone without signing in.

You can then view your stack on your smartphone by scanning its QR code. This will open the stack in the browser on your smartphone. You can interact with it in the browser or choose to open it in the LTB App.

Screenshot showing the location of a stack's sharing information including its QR code

If you are in the editor then you will not see the QR code. You should first press the Close Editor button. This will then bring you to the summary screen which shows the QR code.

1. When you mark your stack as ready then we will run some basic checks and if we identify any issues then you will see an issue message onscreen telling you what issues we have found.

2. Just click on the help icon (?) next to any issue to find out more about it and how to fix it.

Screenshot showing location of issue messages and help icon.

Using templates

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

If you want to preview and check your stack in a web browser then you can just press the preview button (1) and the stack will open in the viewer. What you see is what viewers of your stack will see if they are viewing your stack in a web browser on a computer or tablet. You can click on the tiles (2) and check that it is working as you expected. Once you are finished then click on the X button (3) to close the viewer and return to the editor.

Screenshot showing how to preivew and check ePoster

What you see in the preview is exactly what the conference organising team sees when they check and publish your stack. So the preview allows you to be sure the stack is working as you want and you know that the conference team will see exactly the same.

Things you might want to do when previewing your stack include:

  • Click on the tiles to check that the content appears as you expect
  • Consider if your tile titles are helpful to the viewer
  • Consider if the arrangement of your tiles helps the viewer to easily find the content they want
  • Consider if your tile background images help to make the ePoster content clear and attractive
  • Consider if you could use different colours for your tile title bars to help the viewer see meaningful groupings in your content

If you then decide that you want to make changes then you can just return to edit your stack as normal.

You can change the permissions of your stack to determine who can open it and whether it shows up in searches.

To do this sign-in and open your stack as usual, but do not click on the Edit button. Instead next to the Edit button you will see the access permissions button that indicates what permissions your stack currently has (Private, Restricted or Public). If you are still developing the stack then it is probably still set as Private.

Click on that access permissions button and you will see the drop down menu allowing you to change the access permissions for your stack. 

Screenshot showing where you can change access permissions

If you are still working on the stack 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 you do not want your stack to be accessible any longer then you should change the permissions to Private.

If your stack is still Private then you should first set its access permissions to Public (See How do I set access permissions?) so that you can view it on your phone without signing in.

You can then view your stack on your smartphone by scanning its QR code. This will open the stack in the browser on your smartphone. You can interact with it in the browser or choose to open it in the LTB App.

Screenshot showing the location of a stack's sharing information including its QR code

If you are in the editor then you will not see the QR code. You should first press the Close Editor button. This will then bring you to the summary screen which shows the QR code.

1. When you mark your stack as ready then we will run some basic checks and if we identify any issues then you will see an issue message onscreen telling you what issues we have found.

2. Just click on the help icon (?) next to any issue to find out more about it and how to fix it.

Screenshot showing location of issue messages and help icon.