Could you please provide a bit more clarity as to what exactly is supposed to be entered into the "Use Case Scenario" secondary input box with the text: "Include diagrams, pictures or any other information that will assist in helping to understand the flow of information for the solution." My reading of the forum questions is that this needs to be a URL. Should this be a publicly available link to a resource which is stored on the web? For instance in Google Drive, etc? Should we link to a single document such as a PDF with multiple supporting embedded images etc? Or can the input handle multiple URLs? If so, how do we delimit the separate URLs in this input?
@Mark Schroeder Sorry for the delay, Mark - hope the following information helps. Each of the Use Case Scenarios includes a "link" box below the text response. This must be a URL that is viewable by anyone who sees it, ie CHIME and the judges. The URL can be a link to Google Drive, DropBox, or any other platform as long as you ensure that the link is viewable by anyone who has it.
We strongly suggest that you link only to an image, to support readability for readers. Only one link per Use Case Scenario is permitted. We encourage you to include any additional images for particular Use Cases in the supplemental information.
And for info on video uploads: Detailed instructions on how to upload your videos are available here: https://chimecentral.org/npid-video-upload/. Review the instructions carefully, test your video uploads now to ensure that you have no issues
@Mark Schroeder Just another clarifying point as info for links - it is better for readability that you only link to only one image, not to pdf. Additionally, you cannot add multiple links in the box. Any additional images should be referenced in your narrative. Hope this helps.
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