The last step of your submission asks if you consent to allow your document to be made available publicly.

We believe that open-access is desired by many researchers, and we have built a platform to support this movement. Nevertheless, we fully respect an author's wishes to keep their work private. In other words, submitting authors can choose whether or not they would like their document to be viewable and shareable on the conference's platform page. 

This step during the submission asks whether you want your submission(s) to appear public ("yes") or private ("no"). By selecting yes, you set your submission status to "public", and agree that your document will be made publicly accessible, viewable, and shareable on Morressier, and that it may be used for analytics purposes. By selecting "no", you set your submission status to "private", effectively making it viewable only to yourself, and no one else - limiting its discoverability even by others at the conference.

If you are a presenter or author attending a conference, and want your submission to be viewable by the organizers, attendees, and delegates, you must set the privacy and sharing status to "yes". You can amend the sharing settings any time while the submission window is open. After the submission window closes, be aware that you can no longer edit your submission, and must reach out to our team to assist in changing your privacy and sharing settings.

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