Your New Project¶
Welcome to your new Smart project.
At Smart, we call your event, conference, award, competition etc a Project and you will see references to Project throughout the software and help articles.
In Smart, a Project contains all the submission, reviews, messages, tickets, orders and other data that you need for the running of your event/conference/award etc.
Smart is extremely configurable and there are lots of screens and settings available to you in your project. To help you on your way, we've put together this article to help you find the most popular tools.
Before we get into the detail, you'll want to be able to access your project home page and browse around the different screens. You will have been sent a link to your project home page that looks something like this:
account should be a short acronym of you organisation.
project should be a short acronum of your project.
When you click on the link, you'll be taken to a Login & Create Account screen.
If this is the first time you have used Smart then you'll need to create an account for a new account, otherwise log in.
If you are having trouble logging in then try our Troubleshooting Tips.
Project Home Page¶
Once you've signed in, you will be on your project home page.
Here you will get an overview of your project and will be able to navigate to the different modules and settings within your project.
Depending on your requirements, your project will have been set up with one or more modules that you need for a successful event.
If your project needs to collect data about abstracts, papers, award applications or anything else then you'll want to find out more about our Submitting Module.
If your project involves the peer review of your submissions including scoring, feedback and decision making then read about our reviewing module.
If you are selling tickets and other products for your event then read up more on our commerce module.
The settings page is where your project is tailored to your event. To find out more about the different settings, view our settings page.
There are lots of screens and settings in your Smart project and at times you may need a bit of help to find your way. There are a number of support tools available to help you out.