The Wpc16 conference is almost here, and with the countdown underway, we’re getting ready to bring our favorite customers from around the world together in the same place. We’ve been preparing for this conference for months, ensuring that everything will be ready when our customers arrive at the venue – but what about you? As an attendee of Wpc16, there are things you need to do as well to make sure you’re fully prepared!
Step 1 – Create an Account
Your first step in accessing WPC16’s Session Scheduler dashboard is creating an account. Click here to learn how to do so. After you’ve created your account, you’ll see a login page like one of these: Web App (which is already open when you visit wpc.is), Desktop App, Mobile App or API (this option is useful if you want more flexibility with how information is displayed on your site). Make sure that you know which session(s) are most important for you to review before registering because priority registration opens at different times depending on when WPC events begin. Priority registration ends exactly 1 week before each event begins, so it’s important that registrants make their choices early!
Step 2 – Gain Access to the User Panel
To access your WPC16 login dashboard, simply click on My Account at the top right of any page, under your profile photo. The My Account menu will appear, allowing you to click on a variety of links. Choose either of these options: login dashboard or my list. If you want to view or update your mailing address for conference-related correspondence (such as name badge delivery), select login dashboard; if you want to review a list of papers/panels you have submitted (and whether they have been accepted or rejected), choose my list instead. Clicking on one of these links will take you directly to your personal account page in our user panel.
Step 3 – Set up your Profile
When you log in, you’ll see a dashboard. From here, there are links to several helpful tools including things like your progress, guidelines for course submissions and tips from former participants. Below, we’ve detailed each of these sections along with links where applicable. Setting up your Wpc16 profile is simple—there are just two steps: Create an account : The process is fast and easy; just click Register Now on the home page (top right) and enter some basic information.
Step 4 – Editing your profile info and image
You might want to edit some of the information you provide to students, mentors and other members of our community. Please also make sure to upload a new profile photo if you are feeling frisky.
Write an introduction to an informative and factual blog post titled “How To Create A Character Sheet”.
The characters in my stories don’t always behave like I do, so I need a way to keep track of their abilities. This is where character sheets come in handy – they can help me build out their abilities quickly, or easily see what’s available when setting up a scene (no one wants pages and pages of rules on handouts!).
You can start by creating a character sheet on your own, or use the one I provided.
Step 5 – Adding an avatar image in your User Panel
The User Panel is a feature that was added in the latest update of our CMS. It allows users to create avatars and upload pictures or logos that are displayed alongside their user name.
Using a background image with your profile avatar makes it more personal and fun by adding originality, creating an individualized experience for your site visitors. The process of adding an avatar is simple: creating your account, and then clicking the Edit Profile button Wpc16. In the User Panel, you can access the Edit Profile button by clicking on the user’s name in your Dashboard, or on an overview page such as My Projects, My Account or Dashboard. On this page, you will see a link to your user profile.
Once you click on this link, you will be taken to your Edit Profile page where you can upload a new image for your profile avatar (which replaces the default image that is used by default when you create a new account) and configure the profile text (your user name).
Step 6 – Add About Me information in your user panel.
Every member has the opportunity to tell others about themselves. Showcase your interests, skills, and personal information to make connections with other users.
Add a little something about yourself in the User Information section of your forum profile and let other members know more about you! Remember that this is just a small part of who you are but it could lead to some great conversation!
Writing a Conclusion
The conclusion is the last paragraph in an essay or on an informative article where we review what we have discussed or what was accomplished. It should summarize our points and bring closure.
Here are some examples of conclusions.
Conclusion: It was an amazing night! [Student] takes us back to his life journey from childhood to present and shares some of his new found wisdom and journey toward discovering who he is today. The whole group was moved by his presentation. Some people cried and many were brought closer because of the value he brought to this night.
If you’re not sure how to add about me information in your user panel, follow these steps.
1) Go to https://accounts.google.com/DisplayUnlockCaptcha and enter your account password.
2) Click on the “More” dropdown menu and select “Google Account”.
3) Navigate to the Users & Activity section of My Account and click “Manage Users” on the side menu
3-a) You should see a list of all your accounts across Google services. Just choose a different account as an example. Click “Next Step”.
4) If you don’t see all your services, click on the “MAIN ACCOUNTS” tab.
5) Click on any (or all) of the service names and then “Next Step”.
6) Under the sign-in method column, a dropdown appears. Choose “Phone”.
7) Enter your Google Voice password, and then click on “SIGN IN” Wpc16.
8) You should be redirected to a web page that says something like “You have successfully set up account management for this account.” Click on the back arrow or navigate to the left until you see a list of all your accounts. Find Google Voice and click into it.