eposters Support Page for UIA

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

Key Information

General Overview

By default each stack has a chat channel that allows viewers (and the author) to post questions, comments and answers that attach to the stack. The chat channel is a single discussion thread.

Viewers of your stack can view and contribute to the chat by tapping on the chat icon when they are viewing your stack. They will be asked to sign-in if they are not already signed in. If they do not have an account then they can sign-in using one of the social media routes or by creating a new Learning Toolbox account. If the viewer is signed in, then the counter on the chat icon shows the number of unread chat messages.

The stack/ePoster’s chat channel

Viewers (and the author) of the stack can receive notifications on their mobile device when a new chat message is added to one of their favourite stacks. To enable this they must have installed the Learning Toolbox app on their mobile device and accepted notifications when it was installed. They must also have favourited the stack.

For more information on how delegates and authors can engage with the published showcase ePosters, you can view the Showcase Help Page.

This chat discussion is public – viewable by anyone who looks at the stack. The author can choose to turn off the chat channel if they do not wish to allow discussion around the stack. This is done in the stack editor.

Category: engaging
  1. You can see a simple report on the views of your stack by clicking on the Stack Tools button when you open your stack.

2. This takes you to the simple statistics report for your stack, where you can see the monthly views of your stack.

3. And the number of people who have subscribed to your stack (by making it a favourite).

Category: engaging

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Creating an ePoster/Stack

By default each stack has a chat channel that allows viewers (and the author) to post questions, comments and answers that attach to the stack. The chat channel is a single discussion thread.

Viewers of your stack can view and contribute to the chat by tapping on the chat icon when they are viewing your stack. They will be asked to sign-in if they are not already signed in. If they do not have an account then they can sign-in using one of the social media routes or by creating a new Learning Toolbox account. If the viewer is signed in, then the counter on the chat icon shows the number of unread chat messages.

The stack/ePoster’s chat channel

Viewers (and the author) of the stack can receive notifications on their mobile device when a new chat message is added to one of their favourite stacks. To enable this they must have installed the Learning Toolbox app on their mobile device and accepted notifications when it was installed. They must also have favourited the stack.

For more information on how delegates and authors can engage with the published showcase ePosters, you can view the Showcase Help Page.

This chat discussion is public – viewable by anyone who looks at the stack. The author can choose to turn off the chat channel if they do not wish to allow discussion around the stack. This is done in the stack editor.

Category: engaging
  1. You can see a simple report on the views of your stack by clicking on the Stack Tools button when you open your stack.

2. This takes you to the simple statistics report for your stack, where you can see the monthly views of your stack.

3. And the number of people who have subscribed to your stack (by making it a favourite).

Category: engaging

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Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Co-authors

By default each stack has a chat channel that allows viewers (and the author) to post questions, comments and answers that attach to the stack. The chat channel is a single discussion thread.

Viewers of your stack can view and contribute to the chat by tapping on the chat icon when they are viewing your stack. They will be asked to sign-in if they are not already signed in. If they do not have an account then they can sign-in using one of the social media routes or by creating a new Learning Toolbox account. If the viewer is signed in, then the counter on the chat icon shows the number of unread chat messages.

The stack/ePoster’s chat channel

Viewers (and the author) of the stack can receive notifications on their mobile device when a new chat message is added to one of their favourite stacks. To enable this they must have installed the Learning Toolbox app on their mobile device and accepted notifications when it was installed. They must also have favourited the stack.

For more information on how delegates and authors can engage with the published showcase ePosters, you can view the Showcase Help Page.

This chat discussion is public – viewable by anyone who looks at the stack. The author can choose to turn off the chat channel if they do not wish to allow discussion around the stack. This is done in the stack editor.

Category: engaging
  1. You can see a simple report on the views of your stack by clicking on the Stack Tools button when you open your stack.

2. This takes you to the simple statistics report for your stack, where you can see the monthly views of your stack.

3. And the number of people who have subscribed to your stack (by making it a favourite).

Category: engaging

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Adding content and resources to my ePoster/stack

By default each stack has a chat channel that allows viewers (and the author) to post questions, comments and answers that attach to the stack. The chat channel is a single discussion thread.

Viewers of your stack can view and contribute to the chat by tapping on the chat icon when they are viewing your stack. They will be asked to sign-in if they are not already signed in. If they do not have an account then they can sign-in using one of the social media routes or by creating a new Learning Toolbox account. If the viewer is signed in, then the counter on the chat icon shows the number of unread chat messages.

The stack/ePoster’s chat channel

Viewers (and the author) of the stack can receive notifications on their mobile device when a new chat message is added to one of their favourite stacks. To enable this they must have installed the Learning Toolbox app on their mobile device and accepted notifications when it was installed. They must also have favourited the stack.

For more information on how delegates and authors can engage with the published showcase ePosters, you can view the Showcase Help Page.

This chat discussion is public – viewable by anyone who looks at the stack. The author can choose to turn off the chat channel if they do not wish to allow discussion around the stack. This is done in the stack editor.

Category: engaging
  1. You can see a simple report on the views of your stack by clicking on the Stack Tools button when you open your stack.

2. This takes you to the simple statistics report for your stack, where you can see the monthly views of your stack.

3. And the number of people who have subscribed to your stack (by making it a favourite).

Category: engaging

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Changing the layout and appearance of a tile

By default each stack has a chat channel that allows viewers (and the author) to post questions, comments and answers that attach to the stack. The chat channel is a single discussion thread.

Viewers of your stack can view and contribute to the chat by tapping on the chat icon when they are viewing your stack. They will be asked to sign-in if they are not already signed in. If they do not have an account then they can sign-in using one of the social media routes or by creating a new Learning Toolbox account. If the viewer is signed in, then the counter on the chat icon shows the number of unread chat messages.

The stack/ePoster’s chat channel

Viewers (and the author) of the stack can receive notifications on their mobile device when a new chat message is added to one of their favourite stacks. To enable this they must have installed the Learning Toolbox app on their mobile device and accepted notifications when it was installed. They must also have favourited the stack.

For more information on how delegates and authors can engage with the published showcase ePosters, you can view the Showcase Help Page.

This chat discussion is public – viewable by anyone who looks at the stack. The author can choose to turn off the chat channel if they do not wish to allow discussion around the stack. This is done in the stack editor.

Category: engaging
  1. You can see a simple report on the views of your stack by clicking on the Stack Tools button when you open your stack.

2. This takes you to the simple statistics report for your stack, where you can see the monthly views of your stack.

3. And the number of people who have subscribed to your stack (by making it a favourite).

Category: engaging

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Adding an extra screen/layer to my ePoster/stack

By default each stack has a chat channel that allows viewers (and the author) to post questions, comments and answers that attach to the stack. The chat channel is a single discussion thread.

Viewers of your stack can view and contribute to the chat by tapping on the chat icon when they are viewing your stack. They will be asked to sign-in if they are not already signed in. If they do not have an account then they can sign-in using one of the social media routes or by creating a new Learning Toolbox account. If the viewer is signed in, then the counter on the chat icon shows the number of unread chat messages.

The stack/ePoster’s chat channel

Viewers (and the author) of the stack can receive notifications on their mobile device when a new chat message is added to one of their favourite stacks. To enable this they must have installed the Learning Toolbox app on their mobile device and accepted notifications when it was installed. They must also have favourited the stack.

For more information on how delegates and authors can engage with the published showcase ePosters, you can view the Showcase Help Page.

This chat discussion is public – viewable by anyone who looks at the stack. The author can choose to turn off the chat channel if they do not wish to allow discussion around the stack. This is done in the stack editor.

Category: engaging
  1. You can see a simple report on the views of your stack by clicking on the Stack Tools button when you open your stack.

2. This takes you to the simple statistics report for your stack, where you can see the monthly views of your stack.

3. And the number of people who have subscribed to your stack (by making it a favourite).

Category: engaging

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Viewing and testing my ePoster/stack

By default each stack has a chat channel that allows viewers (and the author) to post questions, comments and answers that attach to the stack. The chat channel is a single discussion thread.

Viewers of your stack can view and contribute to the chat by tapping on the chat icon when they are viewing your stack. They will be asked to sign-in if they are not already signed in. If they do not have an account then they can sign-in using one of the social media routes or by creating a new Learning Toolbox account. If the viewer is signed in, then the counter on the chat icon shows the number of unread chat messages.

The stack/ePoster’s chat channel

Viewers (and the author) of the stack can receive notifications on their mobile device when a new chat message is added to one of their favourite stacks. To enable this they must have installed the Learning Toolbox app on their mobile device and accepted notifications when it was installed. They must also have favourited the stack.

For more information on how delegates and authors can engage with the published showcase ePosters, you can view the Showcase Help Page.

This chat discussion is public – viewable by anyone who looks at the stack. The author can choose to turn off the chat channel if they do not wish to allow discussion around the stack. This is done in the stack editor.

Category: engaging
  1. You can see a simple report on the views of your stack by clicking on the Stack Tools button when you open your stack.

2. This takes you to the simple statistics report for your stack, where you can see the monthly views of your stack.

3. And the number of people who have subscribed to your stack (by making it a favourite).

Category: engaging

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Your ePoster on the showcase website

By default each stack has a chat channel that allows viewers (and the author) to post questions, comments and answers that attach to the stack. The chat channel is a single discussion thread.

Viewers of your stack can view and contribute to the chat by tapping on the chat icon when they are viewing your stack. They will be asked to sign-in if they are not already signed in. If they do not have an account then they can sign-in using one of the social media routes or by creating a new Learning Toolbox account. If the viewer is signed in, then the counter on the chat icon shows the number of unread chat messages.

The stack/ePoster’s chat channel

Viewers (and the author) of the stack can receive notifications on their mobile device when a new chat message is added to one of their favourite stacks. To enable this they must have installed the Learning Toolbox app on their mobile device and accepted notifications when it was installed. They must also have favourited the stack.

For more information on how delegates and authors can engage with the published showcase ePosters, you can view the Showcase Help Page.

This chat discussion is public – viewable by anyone who looks at the stack. The author can choose to turn off the chat channel if they do not wish to allow discussion around the stack. This is done in the stack editor.

Category: engaging
  1. You can see a simple report on the views of your stack by clicking on the Stack Tools button when you open your stack.

2. This takes you to the simple statistics report for your stack, where you can see the monthly views of your stack.

3. And the number of people who have subscribed to your stack (by making it a favourite).

Category: engaging

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Marking your ePoster as ready to publish to the showcase

By default each stack has a chat channel that allows viewers (and the author) to post questions, comments and answers that attach to the stack. The chat channel is a single discussion thread.

Viewers of your stack can view and contribute to the chat by tapping on the chat icon when they are viewing your stack. They will be asked to sign-in if they are not already signed in. If they do not have an account then they can sign-in using one of the social media routes or by creating a new Learning Toolbox account. If the viewer is signed in, then the counter on the chat icon shows the number of unread chat messages.

The stack/ePoster’s chat channel

Viewers (and the author) of the stack can receive notifications on their mobile device when a new chat message is added to one of their favourite stacks. To enable this they must have installed the Learning Toolbox app on their mobile device and accepted notifications when it was installed. They must also have favourited the stack.

For more information on how delegates and authors can engage with the published showcase ePosters, you can view the Showcase Help Page.

This chat discussion is public – viewable by anyone who looks at the stack. The author can choose to turn off the chat channel if they do not wish to allow discussion around the stack. This is done in the stack editor.

Category: engaging
  1. You can see a simple report on the views of your stack by clicking on the Stack Tools button when you open your stack.

2. This takes you to the simple statistics report for your stack, where you can see the monthly views of your stack.

3. And the number of people who have subscribed to your stack (by making it a favourite).

Category: engaging

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Creating the mini-poster

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

By default each stack has a chat channel that allows viewers (and the author) to post questions, comments and answers that attach to the stack. The chat channel is a single discussion thread.

Viewers of your stack can view and contribute to the chat by tapping on the chat icon when they are viewing your stack. They will be asked to sign-in if they are not already signed in. If they do not have an account then they can sign-in using one of the social media routes or by creating a new Learning Toolbox account. If the viewer is signed in, then the counter on the chat icon shows the number of unread chat messages.

The stack/ePoster’s chat channel

Viewers (and the author) of the stack can receive notifications on their mobile device when a new chat message is added to one of their favourite stacks. To enable this they must have installed the Learning Toolbox app on their mobile device and accepted notifications when it was installed. They must also have favourited the stack.

For more information on how delegates and authors can engage with the published showcase ePosters, you can view the Showcase Help Page.

This chat discussion is public – viewable by anyone who looks at the stack. The author can choose to turn off the chat channel if they do not wish to allow discussion around the stack. This is done in the stack editor.

Category: engaging
  1. You can see a simple report on the views of your stack by clicking on the Stack Tools button when you open your stack.

2. This takes you to the simple statistics report for your stack, where you can see the monthly views of your stack.

3. And the number of people who have subscribed to your stack (by making it a favourite).

Category: engaging

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Presenting my ePoster/stack

By default each stack has a chat channel that allows viewers (and the author) to post questions, comments and answers that attach to the stack. The chat channel is a single discussion thread.

Viewers of your stack can view and contribute to the chat by tapping on the chat icon when they are viewing your stack. They will be asked to sign-in if they are not already signed in. If they do not have an account then they can sign-in using one of the social media routes or by creating a new Learning Toolbox account. If the viewer is signed in, then the counter on the chat icon shows the number of unread chat messages.

The stack/ePoster’s chat channel

Viewers (and the author) of the stack can receive notifications on their mobile device when a new chat message is added to one of their favourite stacks. To enable this they must have installed the Learning Toolbox app on their mobile device and accepted notifications when it was installed. They must also have favourited the stack.

For more information on how delegates and authors can engage with the published showcase ePosters, you can view the Showcase Help Page.

This chat discussion is public – viewable by anyone who looks at the stack. The author can choose to turn off the chat channel if they do not wish to allow discussion around the stack. This is done in the stack editor.

Category: engaging
  1. You can see a simple report on the views of your stack by clicking on the Stack Tools button when you open your stack.

2. This takes you to the simple statistics report for your stack, where you can see the monthly views of your stack.

3. And the number of people who have subscribed to your stack (by making it a favourite).

Category: engaging

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Exploring and sharing published ePosters/stacks

By default each stack has a chat channel that allows viewers (and the author) to post questions, comments and answers that attach to the stack. The chat channel is a single discussion thread.

Viewers of your stack can view and contribute to the chat by tapping on the chat icon when they are viewing your stack. They will be asked to sign-in if they are not already signed in. If they do not have an account then they can sign-in using one of the social media routes or by creating a new Learning Toolbox account. If the viewer is signed in, then the counter on the chat icon shows the number of unread chat messages.

The stack/ePoster’s chat channel

Viewers (and the author) of the stack can receive notifications on their mobile device when a new chat message is added to one of their favourite stacks. To enable this they must have installed the Learning Toolbox app on their mobile device and accepted notifications when it was installed. They must also have favourited the stack.

For more information on how delegates and authors can engage with the published showcase ePosters, you can view the Showcase Help Page.

This chat discussion is public – viewable by anyone who looks at the stack. The author can choose to turn off the chat channel if they do not wish to allow discussion around the stack. This is done in the stack editor.

Category: engaging
  1. You can see a simple report on the views of your stack by clicking on the Stack Tools button when you open your stack.

2. This takes you to the simple statistics report for your stack, where you can see the monthly views of your stack.

3. And the number of people who have subscribed to your stack (by making it a favourite).

Category: engaging

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Engaging with the viewers of your ePosters/stacks

By default each stack has a chat channel that allows viewers (and the author) to post questions, comments and answers that attach to the stack. The chat channel is a single discussion thread.

Viewers of your stack can view and contribute to the chat by tapping on the chat icon when they are viewing your stack. They will be asked to sign-in if they are not already signed in. If they do not have an account then they can sign-in using one of the social media routes or by creating a new Learning Toolbox account. If the viewer is signed in, then the counter on the chat icon shows the number of unread chat messages.

The stack/ePoster’s chat channel

Viewers (and the author) of the stack can receive notifications on their mobile device when a new chat message is added to one of their favourite stacks. To enable this they must have installed the Learning Toolbox app on their mobile device and accepted notifications when it was installed. They must also have favourited the stack.

For more information on how delegates and authors can engage with the published showcase ePosters, you can view the Showcase Help Page.

This chat discussion is public – viewable by anyone who looks at the stack. The author can choose to turn off the chat channel if they do not wish to allow discussion around the stack. This is done in the stack editor.

Category: engaging
  1. You can see a simple report on the views of your stack by clicking on the Stack Tools button when you open your stack.

2. This takes you to the simple statistics report for your stack, where you can see the monthly views of your stack.

3. And the number of people who have subscribed to your stack (by making it a favourite).

Category: engaging

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Using templates

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

By default each stack has a chat channel that allows viewers (and the author) to post questions, comments and answers that attach to the stack. The chat channel is a single discussion thread.

Viewers of your stack can view and contribute to the chat by tapping on the chat icon when they are viewing your stack. They will be asked to sign-in if they are not already signed in. If they do not have an account then they can sign-in using one of the social media routes or by creating a new Learning Toolbox account. If the viewer is signed in, then the counter on the chat icon shows the number of unread chat messages.

The stack/ePoster’s chat channel

Viewers (and the author) of the stack can receive notifications on their mobile device when a new chat message is added to one of their favourite stacks. To enable this they must have installed the Learning Toolbox app on their mobile device and accepted notifications when it was installed. They must also have favourited the stack.

For more information on how delegates and authors can engage with the published showcase ePosters, you can view the Showcase Help Page.

This chat discussion is public – viewable by anyone who looks at the stack. The author can choose to turn off the chat channel if they do not wish to allow discussion around the stack. This is done in the stack editor.

Category: engaging
  1. You can see a simple report on the views of your stack by clicking on the Stack Tools button when you open your stack.

2. This takes you to the simple statistics report for your stack, where you can see the monthly views of your stack.

3. And the number of people who have subscribed to your stack (by making it a favourite).

Category: engaging

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