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User Profile TutorialYour FACTOR user profile is your personal login, and contains information unique to you. Once you have a user profile, youwill be able to create, access, and edit artist and applicant profiles, and use these profiles to create applications and man-age FACTOR-funded projects. For more on FACTOR profiles, please visit our artist profiles and ratings page and applicantprofiles and ratings page
You’ll require a FACTOR user profile if you are: • A solo artist, or member of a band or ensemble who will be applying to FACTOR; • A grant writer, or another designated individual who will be preparing applications to FACTOR, or overseeing FAC- TOR-funded projects; • An employee of a music company that is applying to FACTOR; • An approved FACTOR juror
To begin, click on the Sign In button located in the top right corner of the FACTOR website
Then, click on the Create Profile button
You will be prompted to enter an email address. The email address that you enter will be your username whenever you login to factor.ca. Click on the Check Email button to ensure that this email address has not already been registered in oursystem
PAGE 1 If the email address you’ve entered is associated with an active user profile, you’ll see the following error message
Attempt to restore access to the existing user profile using the Forgot Your Username/Password button on the previousscreen. If you’re unsuccessful, contact [email protected] for assistance
When you are able to proceed with creating your user profile, the following screen will appear
PAGE 2 Please complete all of the required fields, and then click on the Save button when you are done. If you have not completedthe page in full, you’ll see a red error message at the top of the screen. You’ll need to resolve these errors before you cansave your information
When you have saved your user profile, a green confirmation message will appear. At this point, FACTOR will send a con-firmation email to the address that appears on your user profile. Click the link in the email to confirm your email address. Itmay take a few minutes to receive this email. If you haven’t received it within 30 minutes, contact [email protected]for assistance
You’ll be prompted to sign in using your username (email address) and password. Once you have done so, you will noticethe banner along the top of the FACTOR website will have changed
To finalize your user profile, click on the User Profile tab. You can take this opportunity to verify all the information thatyou’ve provided. Be sure to click on the Save button on the user profile page to save your progress
Attempt to restore access to the existing user profile using the Forgot Your Username/Password button on the previous screen. If you’re unsuccessful, contact [email protected] for …
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