Bulletin of the American Physical Society
2007 APS April Meeting
Volume 52, Number 3
Saturday–Tuesday, April 14–17, 2007; Jacksonville, Florida
The Meetings Web Program allows you to create a personal schedule to keep track of the presentations and/or events that you want to attend for the meeting. You can also create personal events to add to your schedule, such as lunches or personal meetings.
To create a personal schedule, you first have to create an account. To do this, click on the "Create Account" link on the left side menu. Once you have created an account, you can login. When you login, you will see two new options on the menu:
If you click on "My Schedule," you should see a blank page because you haven't added anything yet. To start adding abstract presentations to your schedule, click on Session Index and go to the particular session you are interested in. Since you are logged in, you should now see an extra option, "Add this event," when you pull up all the session information. Simply click on the "Add this event" link to add it to your schedule. Note that the link has now changed to "Remove this event" to allow you to remove it from your schedule.
If you add an event that conflicts with an event already added to your schedule, you will get a warning graphic: "Resolve conflicts."
If you now click on the "My Schedule" link on the side menu, you will now see that abstract presentation event added to your schedule. You will also see any scheduling conflicts.
Clicking on "Add Personal Event" allows you to add your own appointments into your schedule. When you are finished with your schedule, don't forget to click on the Logout link. Closing the browser window will NOT end your session!
You can also have a PDF version of your schedule emailed to you. Just click on the PDF Version link near the top right. Please keep in mind that the system only allows for the PDF schedule to be sent to you once per day.
Note: We are continuing to evaluate ideas for improvements to My Schedule. Please send any comments/suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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