The information area of the Event screen lists several links, such as "Author link". If you click on a link a new window will open, taking you to the Author Link. This can be useful when, for example, you want to test the system setup by submitting a dummy abstract.

Author link: This is a link to the login page for the author submission form. The link is emailed to authors when they register and should also be placed on your conference website.

Referee link: This is a link to the login page for the referee grading form. Only registered users who have been given an access level of "referee" or "committee" (see the Users section of this manual) will be able to use this link.

Committee link: This is a link to the login page for a screen that gives the program chair and senior members of the organizing committee an overview of the submitted abstracts and the referees' marking. The screen is password protected and users must have an access level of "committee".

Delegate link - only be visible if you are using delegate registration: This is a link to the login page for the delegate registration form and should also be placed on your conference website.

Conference program link - only be visible if you are using delegate registration: This is a link to the conference program and should also be placed on your conference website once you have completed the conference program.

Draft program document link - only be visible if you are using delegate registration: This is a link to the draft program document where you can download the document and edit it for use as a the conference program.

Template link - only be visible if you are using the file upload option: This is a link to the template that the authors should use to upload their abstracts. If you want to change the template, please email it to support@oxfordabstracts.com stating the name of the conference and we will upload it for you.

How to copy links

1. Select the Event screen

2. Choose a link such as "Author link"

3. Right click on the link and you can then paste it into an email or add it to your conference web site:

4. You will see a message that the link has been copied.

5. Paste the link into a document (typically by using the Edit | Paste command but it will depend on the application into which you are pasting the link).

Note:
We strongly recommend that you direct authors to the abstract submission form by putting the popup link on your conference website. You should not normally send them to your Oxford Abstracts home page.