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User Account and its visibility on the EFFRA Innovation Portal

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How to be associated to a project and how to see who else is associated to a project (and receive or grant permissions to edit your project and project results) – visibility as contact person

You can register on the EFFRA Innovation Portal  by requesting an invitation to the EFFRA office (send a message to portal @ effra.eu).  You will receive a link that provides you access to the registration page.  After registering (and associating yourself to an organisation), you can ask the project coordinator (or the EFFRA office) to add your personal account to the project  (with or without editing permission – see the screenshots below). (More than one account from the same organisation can be associated to the project)

Important: When you have editing permissions on a project, you can also see who else is associated to the project. You can see this by clicking the ‘Edit pencil’ in the ‘Contact section on the project page:

By clicking on the ”Editing pencil’, you will see a page like this:

The visibility in the contact section of the public project page, can be set with the checkbox, however, the overall privacy settings (set under ‘Profile’) should also allow this visibility.

As indicated in the screenshot below, you should also set your overall privacy settings on the portal, allowing for this visibility (these settings are included for GDPR compliance).  You can check the checkbox on your personal privacy settings page:  https://portal.effra.eu/profile/privacy  (please make sure you are logged in when accessing this page).

Once associated to a project, the coordinator or anybody else with editing rights for that project can provide other project participants with editing rights.   When a user is associated to a project, this user can view all information of the project, also the not yet published results or demonstrators.

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Visibility of your user profile on the ‘People Search page’ (for example to promote your views about research priorities).

If you wish that your user profile appears on the in the ‘People’ search page under the menu item ‘Organisations and people’,  you should click the first checkbox on your personal privacy settings page:  https://portal.effra.eu/profile/privacy  (please make sure you are logged in when accessing this page).

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