Setting up your project & protocol
To invite participants to your project
- Select [Overview] from the top menu bar
- Select [Participants]
- Add the name and email address of the other members of your team and select [Invite]. A message should appear at the top of the screen notifying you that the person was successfully invited.
- Once the invitee has accepted the invitation to join the project you are then able to assign them a role. Invitees can be privileged authors, authors or reviewers.
Please note, that every invited member to a JBI SUMARI project MUST have their own, paid access to JBI SUMARI. If you have invited particpants who do not have their own JBI SUMARI account, they will not be eligible to join your project.
Please click here for a full description of permissions and access associated with each JBI SUMARI user role.
The project owner can invite anyone to join their project. The level of access the invitee can be assigned is up to the discretion of the project owner. If you have been invited by the project owner as a privileged author you will also be able to invite other participants to the project.
Please note, that each, individual user will need their own access to JBI SUMARI and access cannot be shared between users.
If you have been invited to a project and cannot accept your invitation it may be because your invitation link may have expired. Invitation links only remain ‘open’ for a short period of time. If you are experiencing this issue, the project owner may cancel your current (inactive) invitation and re-invite you using the same email address.
|Project Owner||Privileged Author||Author||Reviewer|
|Can invite participants|
|Can edit roles allocated to participants|
|Can edit project owner|
|Can view the protocol builder|
|Can edit the protocol section headings and text|
|Can view the studies|
|Can create and import studies|
|Can decide to include or exclude studies|
|Can conduct a preliminary critical appraisal|
|Can conduct final (third) critical appraisal|
|Can view/edit own final critical appraisal results|
|Can view/edit all final critical appraisal results|
|Can conduct data extraction|
|Can view final data extraction results|
|Can edit own final data extraction results|
|Can edit any final data extraction results|
|Can perform qualitative synthesis|
|Can perform meta-analysis|
Developing your protocol