When you log into the Oxford Abstracts home page, your first screen is your personal dashboard, which will provide a list of all the accounts, and events your email is associated with
If you have been set up as an Account Administrator on the system, you will see a list of clients for which you are an administrator for at the top of the screen.
In the example below, the user is an account administrator for just Oxford Abstracts. Underneath each account header will be a list of the events for that account.
At the top right hand you will see Archived account events.
If you click on this, you will see a list of all your archived events. Click Unarchive if you would like to restore it.
Clicking on Account admins will allow you to add or remove account administrators
Clicking on the bin icon will allow you to archive, or delete the event
Clicking on View will take you to the event dashboard.
The second section will list the events that your email is associated with.
If you are an event admin, you will see the Admin View button. This will take you to the event dashboard.
All other users
If you have submitted to an event, or been assigned as a reviewer, a committee member or an API user, you will see the View button in the event panel.
If you click on the View button, you will see your submissions
Click on the submission title to access your submission.
If the submission is incomplete, it will have a pink background and be labelled as Incomplete. See Editing a submission for more information
If you click on the View button, and have been assigned as a reviewer, you will see your reviews. Click on Go to reviews to complete your review. See Guidance for reviewers for more information.
If you click on the View button, and have been assigned as a committee member, you will be able to access the decisions by clicking on View decisions.
See Guidance for committee members for more information.
If you click on the View button, and have completed a registration, you can access this by clicking on View. See Guidance for Committee Members for more information.
If you can’t find the guidance you need, please contact: email@example.com