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We have two questions. Firstly, we have created two submission types (oral and poster presentations) for our meeting. Now we have almost reached our deadline. We want to check how many oral and poster submissions are made and also we would like to know which submission is poster and which one is oral. We have found a way to check each submission one by one, however, there are many papers and this is very time consuming. So, we wonder if there is an easy way to do this?
Secondly, we need to know how to remove links on the titles of the presentations in Presentations & Authors section
(please see the link: http://web.deu.edu.tr/iesca/ocs/index.php/iesca/2012/schedConf/presentations
Thanks in advance,
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Same here, I would be very interested as to how we can work with different submission types more efficiently.
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Same here. The submission type should be printed in the overview lists at submissions/submissionsUnassigned, submissions/submissionsInReview, submissions/submissionsAccepted and submissions/submissionsArchives - just like the "Track" column.
In addition, the submission type is missing in the exported XML file created by the Papers XML Plugin and the CSV file created by the Papers Report. The latter does include "Track title", but not "Submission type". It is really essential to distinguish between Oral and Poster presentations. Are there any solutions yet?
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