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Digital Agenda Events Profile
Digital Agenda Events Profile
Having an Events Profile makes it faster and easier to use the features on the websites of many events organised by the
Information Society and Media DG.
- Create your profile once and then use it from one
event to another
- Features can include creating a public profile; registering; proposing
exhibitions and networking sessions; posting comments and contacting other website
- The features available can change from one event to another but your
If you do not have a profile
already then you will be asked to create one on the 'Log-in' page of the event
in which you are interested.
You will receive an onscreen message if you try to create a profile with an email address
that is already in use.
Most likely, this means you have in the past signed up to one of our other event websites using the
Digital Agenda Events system, and therefore already have
an Digital Agenda Events Profile:
Forgotten your log-in or password details? No problem. Follow the
'Forgot Your Password?' link
on the 'Log-in' page of the event.
- Once you have successfully logged in,
you will come to a profile form with your
information from the most recent event (organisation and address
information, texts about you, photo, etc.) automatically filled in.
edit this form to update your details and then click Save.
Some events will allow you to have a public profile. You can upload links to your websites, some documents for visitors to download and a photo
so people will be able to recognise you at the event.
More about your Public Profile:
- It does not include your email address
- You must have a public profile to contact other site users - and
be contacted by them - before and after the event (see What is the "Email Me" function?, below)
- You can Publish and Edit it at any time
Note: If you change the public status of your profile, it will be changed
on all events sites that feature your profile.
What is it? All
site users who add this feature to their Public Profile will be able to contact
each other. You therefore
cannot use this feature to contact others unless you activate this feature
yourself, allowing them to contact you.
The following anti-spam measures are in place:
- Your email address will not be published on-line
- Instead, users will need to log in and fill in a form. You will receive
their message by email. You will only give the sender your email
address if you choose to reply
- You will be able to report unsuitable emails. If we judge a user to have
mis-used this feature, we will prevent them from using it again.
- Note that the above information is included in each email, and that
other anti-spam measures are being considered. If they are added, you will
How do I activate "Email Me"? Simply check the relevant box
in your profile, and make sure you have a Public Profile. These checkboxes are
at the bottom of the form.
What is it? Some event sites allow you to leave
comments on Conference Sessions, Networking Sessions and
Exhibits. Look for the 'Add a Comment' link at the bottom of these
pages. Your comment will appear immediately on the page,
and will include a link to your Public Profile, so people interested in
your comment can find out more about you (see Raise Your
Profile, above). Your Profile will also link to all of your comments across
the site, so other participants can see at a glance where your interests lie and
what your opinions are. If you do not have a Public Profile then only your first
name, last name and organisation will be published.
We are committed to user privacy. Please read our