This article, which is intended for all user roles, describes how to navigate in Select and provides helpful tips for managing you profile and password. We've included the following sections:
- Getting around in Select
- Managing your profile to customize your experience
- Using notes to communicate with sites
- Procedures index
Getting around in Select
Managing your profile to customize your experience
Using notes to communicate with sites
You can enter a note for the entire study team or the site to view and view a history of searchable notes for the site as well. From a site's Actions dropdown, select "View notes."
Additionally, a bell icon at top of the Select page displays if a site has posted a note for you to view.
Logging in to Select
- Using your web browser, display the Select login page.
- At Email address, enter your email address.
- At Password, enter your password, then click Log in.
Resetting your password
Note: Use this procedure if you've forgotten your password. If you want to change your password, use the Changing your password procedure below.
- Using your web browser, display the Select login page. On the right, click Forgot your password?
- At Email address, enter your email address, then click Done.
- Check your email inbox for a message from goBalto and follow the password reset instructions included in the email.
Changing your password
- If you are already logged into Select, at the upper right of any page, click the down arrow next to your profile name or picture, then select manage profile.
- Click Manage your password to expand the panel.
- At Current password, enter your current password.
- Enter your new password at New password and Re-enter new password.
- Click Done.
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