Once your conference is created the Conference Manager can start setting up the conference from the Management Area -
Set up your Access Control to restrict or allow users the rights to access or modify the conference.(See Access Control Management).
Start adding Tracks to your conference to define areas to help with organisation, a Track Manager can be assigned to each track to co-ordinate which abstracts to accept into these tracks (See Program Management).
Start calling for abstracts. Abstracts are proposed contributions to your conference. By default when you first create a conference calling for Abstracts is disabled. You can enable this in 'Abstracts' (See Abstracts Management)
Start looking at which submitted Abstracts you wish to accept into your conference, they will then become contributions (see Contributions Management).
Start setting up a Timetable to organise what will be happening where and what contributions, materials etc will be included (See Timetable Management).
Look at customising the look of your conference when users come to view it (See Display Management)
If those that will attend your conference need to register and give details concerning their needs while at the conference, you can set up a registration Form (See Registration Management)
There are options to make offline versions of your conference, to clone your conference and to perform other tasks on the whole of your conference once you have one set up. (See Conference Tools).