235th Meeting of the American Astronomical Society
Our NEW Meeting App
We’ve launched a new mobile app for smartphones and tablets, and you can now sync the personal schedule you create in the Online Program Planner with the app. It’s a one-way sync, though, so we recommend that you create an account in the Online Program Planner, sign in to it, create your personal schedule there, and then sync it to the app as follows.
Once you’ve downloaded, installed, and launched the app, go into Settings > Online Planner Login and enter the same username and password you used when you created your account in the online planner. The app will then pull your data from the planner, and if you go into My Schedule on the app, you’ll see it there. Subsequent changes made in your online planner will update on the mobile app as well. Again, it’s a one-way sync: changes made in the app will not appear online.
Use the app to personalize your schedule, take notes, engage in social media, and more. A web version of the app is also available. It can sync to the online planner too, with the same one-way limitation.
iPoster presenters received an email with a username and password to login and edit their iPoster. For an overview of editing the Templates and a look at how your iPoster will be displayed at your meeting, check out our Tutorials. If you have questions about creating your iPoster, you’ll find answers to most of them by visiting our Quick Guide and FAQ
Traditional Poster Presenters
Your poster must fit within the 44" x 44" area. Posters may be set up starting at 8:00 am on Sunday–Tuesday and removed daily at 6:30 pm. Posters left up after this time will be recycled. Poster printing is available at FedEx Office Print & Ship Center, 1500 Kapiolani Blvd, Honolulu, HI 96814, TEL: 808-944-8500, https://local.fedex.com/hi/honolulu/office-2802/copy-print-services.html, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Feel free to add the Hawai'i meeting logo to your posters or PowerPoint slides.
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