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General Overview

Some conferences have introduced templates for their ePosters/stacks. If your conference has a template then when you click on Create Stack (1) then you will be offered the choice of either Creating from an empty stack or using a template (2).

Your initial ePoster/stack will then be created using the template and you will be taken to the editor. In the centre of this screen you will see a mobile view of your ePoster/stack (3) containing the tiles (content) from your conference template. On the right you will see the general stack settings area (4) where you can add the summary information about your ePoster/stack. On the left is the Tile Library (5) which you can use later to add extra tiles/content to your ePoster.

The mobile view with the tiles shows the information your conference is expecting you to include. You should edit each Tile to add the information they have requested. To edit a tile click on the tile edit icon (6) on its top right hand corner. The settings area (7) will then change to indicate what type of content you can add to this Tile. Add it here in the settings area. You can also change the tile’s layout if you wish. Remember to save (8) your ePoster/stack regularly.

When you have finished editing all the tiles that are in your ePoster/stack then you should also fill out your ePoster’s summary information in the Stack Poster Details tab (9) in the General Settings area. This summary information is used when people search the ePoster showcase, so it will help people to find your ePoster. You can also choose to add more tiles/content to your ePoster/stack using the Tile Library (10). You simply drag and drop the relevant tile from the library into the mobile view of your ePoster/stack and then add the required information in the settings area. Again, remember to save your ePoster before closing the editor or leaving the webpage.

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Creating an ePoster/Stack

Some conferences have introduced templates for their ePosters/stacks. If your conference has a template then when you click on Create Stack (1) then you will be offered the choice of either Creating from an empty stack or using a template (2).

Your initial ePoster/stack will then be created using the template and you will be taken to the editor. In the centre of this screen you will see a mobile view of your ePoster/stack (3) containing the tiles (content) from your conference template. On the right you will see the general stack settings area (4) where you can add the summary information about your ePoster/stack. On the left is the Tile Library (5) which you can use later to add extra tiles/content to your ePoster.

The mobile view with the tiles shows the information your conference is expecting you to include. You should edit each Tile to add the information they have requested. To edit a tile click on the tile edit icon (6) on its top right hand corner. The settings area (7) will then change to indicate what type of content you can add to this Tile. Add it here in the settings area. You can also change the tile’s layout if you wish. Remember to save (8) your ePoster/stack regularly.

When you have finished editing all the tiles that are in your ePoster/stack then you should also fill out your ePoster’s summary information in the Stack Poster Details tab (9) in the General Settings area. This summary information is used when people search the ePoster showcase, so it will help people to find your ePoster. You can also choose to add more tiles/content to your ePoster/stack using the Tile Library (10). You simply drag and drop the relevant tile from the library into the mobile view of your ePoster/stack and then add the required information in the settings area. Again, remember to save your ePoster before closing the editor or leaving the webpage.

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Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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Some conferences have introduced templates for their ePosters/stacks. If your conference has a template then when you click on Create Stack (1) then you will be offered the choice of either Creating from an empty stack or using a template (2).

Your initial ePoster/stack will then be created using the template and you will be taken to the editor. In the centre of this screen you will see a mobile view of your ePoster/stack (3) containing the tiles (content) from your conference template. On the right you will see the general stack settings area (4) where you can add the summary information about your ePoster/stack. On the left is the Tile Library (5) which you can use later to add extra tiles/content to your ePoster.

The mobile view with the tiles shows the information your conference is expecting you to include. You should edit each Tile to add the information they have requested. To edit a tile click on the tile edit icon (6) on its top right hand corner. The settings area (7) will then change to indicate what type of content you can add to this Tile. Add it here in the settings area. You can also change the tile’s layout if you wish. Remember to save (8) your ePoster/stack regularly.

When you have finished editing all the tiles that are in your ePoster/stack then you should also fill out your ePoster’s summary information in the Stack Poster Details tab (9) in the General Settings area. This summary information is used when people search the ePoster showcase, so it will help people to find your ePoster. You can also choose to add more tiles/content to your ePoster/stack using the Tile Library (10). You simply drag and drop the relevant tile from the library into the mobile view of your ePoster/stack and then add the required information in the settings area. Again, remember to save your ePoster before closing the editor or leaving the webpage.

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Adding content and resources to my ePoster/stack

Some conferences have introduced templates for their ePosters/stacks. If your conference has a template then when you click on Create Stack (1) then you will be offered the choice of either Creating from an empty stack or using a template (2).

Your initial ePoster/stack will then be created using the template and you will be taken to the editor. In the centre of this screen you will see a mobile view of your ePoster/stack (3) containing the tiles (content) from your conference template. On the right you will see the general stack settings area (4) where you can add the summary information about your ePoster/stack. On the left is the Tile Library (5) which you can use later to add extra tiles/content to your ePoster.

The mobile view with the tiles shows the information your conference is expecting you to include. You should edit each Tile to add the information they have requested. To edit a tile click on the tile edit icon (6) on its top right hand corner. The settings area (7) will then change to indicate what type of content you can add to this Tile. Add it here in the settings area. You can also change the tile’s layout if you wish. Remember to save (8) your ePoster/stack regularly.

When you have finished editing all the tiles that are in your ePoster/stack then you should also fill out your ePoster’s summary information in the Stack Poster Details tab (9) in the General Settings area. This summary information is used when people search the ePoster showcase, so it will help people to find your ePoster. You can also choose to add more tiles/content to your ePoster/stack using the Tile Library (10). You simply drag and drop the relevant tile from the library into the mobile view of your ePoster/stack and then add the required information in the settings area. Again, remember to save your ePoster before closing the editor or leaving the webpage.

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Changing the layout and appearance of a tile

Some conferences have introduced templates for their ePosters/stacks. If your conference has a template then when you click on Create Stack (1) then you will be offered the choice of either Creating from an empty stack or using a template (2).

Your initial ePoster/stack will then be created using the template and you will be taken to the editor. In the centre of this screen you will see a mobile view of your ePoster/stack (3) containing the tiles (content) from your conference template. On the right you will see the general stack settings area (4) where you can add the summary information about your ePoster/stack. On the left is the Tile Library (5) which you can use later to add extra tiles/content to your ePoster.

The mobile view with the tiles shows the information your conference is expecting you to include. You should edit each Tile to add the information they have requested. To edit a tile click on the tile edit icon (6) on its top right hand corner. The settings area (7) will then change to indicate what type of content you can add to this Tile. Add it here in the settings area. You can also change the tile’s layout if you wish. Remember to save (8) your ePoster/stack regularly.

When you have finished editing all the tiles that are in your ePoster/stack then you should also fill out your ePoster’s summary information in the Stack Poster Details tab (9) in the General Settings area. This summary information is used when people search the ePoster showcase, so it will help people to find your ePoster. You can also choose to add more tiles/content to your ePoster/stack using the Tile Library (10). You simply drag and drop the relevant tile from the library into the mobile view of your ePoster/stack and then add the required information in the settings area. Again, remember to save your ePoster before closing the editor or leaving the webpage.

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Adding an extra screen/layer to my ePoster/stack

Some conferences have introduced templates for their ePosters/stacks. If your conference has a template then when you click on Create Stack (1) then you will be offered the choice of either Creating from an empty stack or using a template (2).

Your initial ePoster/stack will then be created using the template and you will be taken to the editor. In the centre of this screen you will see a mobile view of your ePoster/stack (3) containing the tiles (content) from your conference template. On the right you will see the general stack settings area (4) where you can add the summary information about your ePoster/stack. On the left is the Tile Library (5) which you can use later to add extra tiles/content to your ePoster.

The mobile view with the tiles shows the information your conference is expecting you to include. You should edit each Tile to add the information they have requested. To edit a tile click on the tile edit icon (6) on its top right hand corner. The settings area (7) will then change to indicate what type of content you can add to this Tile. Add it here in the settings area. You can also change the tile’s layout if you wish. Remember to save (8) your ePoster/stack regularly.

When you have finished editing all the tiles that are in your ePoster/stack then you should also fill out your ePoster’s summary information in the Stack Poster Details tab (9) in the General Settings area. This summary information is used when people search the ePoster showcase, so it will help people to find your ePoster. You can also choose to add more tiles/content to your ePoster/stack using the Tile Library (10). You simply drag and drop the relevant tile from the library into the mobile view of your ePoster/stack and then add the required information in the settings area. Again, remember to save your ePoster before closing the editor or leaving the webpage.

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Viewing and testing my ePoster/stack

Some conferences have introduced templates for their ePosters/stacks. If your conference has a template then when you click on Create Stack (1) then you will be offered the choice of either Creating from an empty stack or using a template (2).

Your initial ePoster/stack will then be created using the template and you will be taken to the editor. In the centre of this screen you will see a mobile view of your ePoster/stack (3) containing the tiles (content) from your conference template. On the right you will see the general stack settings area (4) where you can add the summary information about your ePoster/stack. On the left is the Tile Library (5) which you can use later to add extra tiles/content to your ePoster.

The mobile view with the tiles shows the information your conference is expecting you to include. You should edit each Tile to add the information they have requested. To edit a tile click on the tile edit icon (6) on its top right hand corner. The settings area (7) will then change to indicate what type of content you can add to this Tile. Add it here in the settings area. You can also change the tile’s layout if you wish. Remember to save (8) your ePoster/stack regularly.

When you have finished editing all the tiles that are in your ePoster/stack then you should also fill out your ePoster’s summary information in the Stack Poster Details tab (9) in the General Settings area. This summary information is used when people search the ePoster showcase, so it will help people to find your ePoster. You can also choose to add more tiles/content to your ePoster/stack using the Tile Library (10). You simply drag and drop the relevant tile from the library into the mobile view of your ePoster/stack and then add the required information in the settings area. Again, remember to save your ePoster before closing the editor or leaving the webpage.

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Your ePoster on the showcase website

Some conferences have introduced templates for their ePosters/stacks. If your conference has a template then when you click on Create Stack (1) then you will be offered the choice of either Creating from an empty stack or using a template (2).

Your initial ePoster/stack will then be created using the template and you will be taken to the editor. In the centre of this screen you will see a mobile view of your ePoster/stack (3) containing the tiles (content) from your conference template. On the right you will see the general stack settings area (4) where you can add the summary information about your ePoster/stack. On the left is the Tile Library (5) which you can use later to add extra tiles/content to your ePoster.

The mobile view with the tiles shows the information your conference is expecting you to include. You should edit each Tile to add the information they have requested. To edit a tile click on the tile edit icon (6) on its top right hand corner. The settings area (7) will then change to indicate what type of content you can add to this Tile. Add it here in the settings area. You can also change the tile’s layout if you wish. Remember to save (8) your ePoster/stack regularly.

When you have finished editing all the tiles that are in your ePoster/stack then you should also fill out your ePoster’s summary information in the Stack Poster Details tab (9) in the General Settings area. This summary information is used when people search the ePoster showcase, so it will help people to find your ePoster. You can also choose to add more tiles/content to your ePoster/stack using the Tile Library (10). You simply drag and drop the relevant tile from the library into the mobile view of your ePoster/stack and then add the required information in the settings area. Again, remember to save your ePoster before closing the editor or leaving the webpage.

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Marking your ePoster as ready to publish to the showcase

Some conferences have introduced templates for their ePosters/stacks. If your conference has a template then when you click on Create Stack (1) then you will be offered the choice of either Creating from an empty stack or using a template (2).

Your initial ePoster/stack will then be created using the template and you will be taken to the editor. In the centre of this screen you will see a mobile view of your ePoster/stack (3) containing the tiles (content) from your conference template. On the right you will see the general stack settings area (4) where you can add the summary information about your ePoster/stack. On the left is the Tile Library (5) which you can use later to add extra tiles/content to your ePoster.

The mobile view with the tiles shows the information your conference is expecting you to include. You should edit each Tile to add the information they have requested. To edit a tile click on the tile edit icon (6) on its top right hand corner. The settings area (7) will then change to indicate what type of content you can add to this Tile. Add it here in the settings area. You can also change the tile’s layout if you wish. Remember to save (8) your ePoster/stack regularly.

When you have finished editing all the tiles that are in your ePoster/stack then you should also fill out your ePoster’s summary information in the Stack Poster Details tab (9) in the General Settings area. This summary information is used when people search the ePoster showcase, so it will help people to find your ePoster. You can also choose to add more tiles/content to your ePoster/stack using the Tile Library (10). You simply drag and drop the relevant tile from the library into the mobile view of your ePoster/stack and then add the required information in the settings area. Again, remember to save your ePoster before closing the editor or leaving the webpage.

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Creating the mini-poster

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

Some conferences have introduced templates for their ePosters/stacks. If your conference has a template then when you click on Create Stack (1) then you will be offered the choice of either Creating from an empty stack or using a template (2).

Your initial ePoster/stack will then be created using the template and you will be taken to the editor. In the centre of this screen you will see a mobile view of your ePoster/stack (3) containing the tiles (content) from your conference template. On the right you will see the general stack settings area (4) where you can add the summary information about your ePoster/stack. On the left is the Tile Library (5) which you can use later to add extra tiles/content to your ePoster.

The mobile view with the tiles shows the information your conference is expecting you to include. You should edit each Tile to add the information they have requested. To edit a tile click on the tile edit icon (6) on its top right hand corner. The settings area (7) will then change to indicate what type of content you can add to this Tile. Add it here in the settings area. You can also change the tile’s layout if you wish. Remember to save (8) your ePoster/stack regularly.

When you have finished editing all the tiles that are in your ePoster/stack then you should also fill out your ePoster’s summary information in the Stack Poster Details tab (9) in the General Settings area. This summary information is used when people search the ePoster showcase, so it will help people to find your ePoster. You can also choose to add more tiles/content to your ePoster/stack using the Tile Library (10). You simply drag and drop the relevant tile from the library into the mobile view of your ePoster/stack and then add the required information in the settings area. Again, remember to save your ePoster before closing the editor or leaving the webpage.

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Presenting my ePoster/stack (General advice)

Some conferences have introduced templates for their ePosters/stacks. If your conference has a template then when you click on Create Stack (1) then you will be offered the choice of either Creating from an empty stack or using a template (2).

Your initial ePoster/stack will then be created using the template and you will be taken to the editor. In the centre of this screen you will see a mobile view of your ePoster/stack (3) containing the tiles (content) from your conference template. On the right you will see the general stack settings area (4) where you can add the summary information about your ePoster/stack. On the left is the Tile Library (5) which you can use later to add extra tiles/content to your ePoster.

The mobile view with the tiles shows the information your conference is expecting you to include. You should edit each Tile to add the information they have requested. To edit a tile click on the tile edit icon (6) on its top right hand corner. The settings area (7) will then change to indicate what type of content you can add to this Tile. Add it here in the settings area. You can also change the tile’s layout if you wish. Remember to save (8) your ePoster/stack regularly.

When you have finished editing all the tiles that are in your ePoster/stack then you should also fill out your ePoster’s summary information in the Stack Poster Details tab (9) in the General Settings area. This summary information is used when people search the ePoster showcase, so it will help people to find your ePoster. You can also choose to add more tiles/content to your ePoster/stack using the Tile Library (10). You simply drag and drop the relevant tile from the library into the mobile view of your ePoster/stack and then add the required information in the settings area. Again, remember to save your ePoster before closing the editor or leaving the webpage.

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Exploring and sharing published ePosters/stacks

Some conferences have introduced templates for their ePosters/stacks. If your conference has a template then when you click on Create Stack (1) then you will be offered the choice of either Creating from an empty stack or using a template (2).

Your initial ePoster/stack will then be created using the template and you will be taken to the editor. In the centre of this screen you will see a mobile view of your ePoster/stack (3) containing the tiles (content) from your conference template. On the right you will see the general stack settings area (4) where you can add the summary information about your ePoster/stack. On the left is the Tile Library (5) which you can use later to add extra tiles/content to your ePoster.

The mobile view with the tiles shows the information your conference is expecting you to include. You should edit each Tile to add the information they have requested. To edit a tile click on the tile edit icon (6) on its top right hand corner. The settings area (7) will then change to indicate what type of content you can add to this Tile. Add it here in the settings area. You can also change the tile’s layout if you wish. Remember to save (8) your ePoster/stack regularly.

When you have finished editing all the tiles that are in your ePoster/stack then you should also fill out your ePoster’s summary information in the Stack Poster Details tab (9) in the General Settings area. This summary information is used when people search the ePoster showcase, so it will help people to find your ePoster. You can also choose to add more tiles/content to your ePoster/stack using the Tile Library (10). You simply drag and drop the relevant tile from the library into the mobile view of your ePoster/stack and then add the required information in the settings area. Again, remember to save your ePoster before closing the editor or leaving the webpage.

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Engaging with the viewers of your ePosters/stacks

Some conferences have introduced templates for their ePosters/stacks. If your conference has a template then when you click on Create Stack (1) then you will be offered the choice of either Creating from an empty stack or using a template (2).

Your initial ePoster/stack will then be created using the template and you will be taken to the editor. In the centre of this screen you will see a mobile view of your ePoster/stack (3) containing the tiles (content) from your conference template. On the right you will see the general stack settings area (4) where you can add the summary information about your ePoster/stack. On the left is the Tile Library (5) which you can use later to add extra tiles/content to your ePoster.

The mobile view with the tiles shows the information your conference is expecting you to include. You should edit each Tile to add the information they have requested. To edit a tile click on the tile edit icon (6) on its top right hand corner. The settings area (7) will then change to indicate what type of content you can add to this Tile. Add it here in the settings area. You can also change the tile’s layout if you wish. Remember to save (8) your ePoster/stack regularly.

When you have finished editing all the tiles that are in your ePoster/stack then you should also fill out your ePoster’s summary information in the Stack Poster Details tab (9) in the General Settings area. This summary information is used when people search the ePoster showcase, so it will help people to find your ePoster. You can also choose to add more tiles/content to your ePoster/stack using the Tile Library (10). You simply drag and drop the relevant tile from the library into the mobile view of your ePoster/stack and then add the required information in the settings area. Again, remember to save your ePoster before closing the editor or leaving the webpage.

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Using templates

Some conferences have introduced templates for their ePosters/stacks. If your conference has a template then when you click on Create Stack (1) then you will be offered the choice of either Creating from an empty stack or using a template (2).

Your initial ePoster/stack will then be created using the template and you will be taken to the editor. In the centre of this screen you will see a mobile view of your ePoster/stack (3) containing the tiles (content) from your conference template. On the right you will see the general stack settings area (4) where you can add the summary information about your ePoster/stack. On the left is the Tile Library (5) which you can use later to add extra tiles/content to your ePoster.

The mobile view with the tiles shows the information your conference is expecting you to include. You should edit each Tile to add the information they have requested. To edit a tile click on the tile edit icon (6) on its top right hand corner. The settings area (7) will then change to indicate what type of content you can add to this Tile. Add it here in the settings area. You can also change the tile’s layout if you wish. Remember to save (8) your ePoster/stack regularly.

When you have finished editing all the tiles that are in your ePoster/stack then you should also fill out your ePoster’s summary information in the Stack Poster Details tab (9) in the General Settings area. This summary information is used when people search the ePoster showcase, so it will help people to find your ePoster. You can also choose to add more tiles/content to your ePoster/stack using the Tile Library (10). You simply drag and drop the relevant tile from the library into the mobile view of your ePoster/stack and then add the required information in the settings area. Again, remember to save your ePoster before closing the editor or leaving the webpage.

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