Simple instructions on how to submit to organizations that use Submittable. Written by Ben Bloch Updated over a week ago Are you interested in learning more about how to use Submittable to find opportunities for submitting your work, applying to grants or other life-changing programs? Watch this video to learn about: Creating a free account Keeping track of your submissions Discovering more opportunities To Submit Work to an Organization that Uses Submittable 1. If you already have a Submittable account, go to this link and click the Have an account? Sign in tab to sign in to your account. Or, go directly to the Forgot Password page.

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Avoid guidelines that are overly long, complicated, or redundant. If your potential submitters are confused by the guidelines, they might stop before even getting to the form.

Instead, use the guidelines to explain your opportunity efficiently and instruct submitters on how to proceed. For example, if your opportunity is contingent on eligibility, make sure to clarify that in your guidelines. Overwhelming applicants with too many fields or requiring unnecessary information will result in a quick drop-off rate.

Although it might be tempting to get carried away with questions, keep it to a bare minimum. For example, while it may seem common-place to collect user information such as name and address, Submittable already stores this information for you. Learn more in our help article on Form Designer features. Make Less Essential Questions Optional Although you should try to avoid less essential questions whenever possible, there can be benefits to requesting extra information. Instead of exhausting submitters with form fields, this leaves the ultimate decision up to them.

Including a drop-down menu, radio list, or checkbox list of predefined answers for your questions eliminates the chance of confusion for your applicant and ensures that you get the answer you were looking for. Establishing a list of preset options also saves applicants the hassle of taking extra time to type out answers. This feature could be especially useful for questions about location, industry, education level, etc.

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Submittable manages millions of submissions for thousands of organizations just like yours. Collect any content Quickly create a branded portal and custom forms to receive nearly any file type. Cut the clutter Save hours of time by eliminating tedious and manual administrative work. Choose with confidence Collaborate with your team to review applications and select the best submissions. Create a painless applicant experience Stand out with an intuitive and modern application experience. Quickly create a custom portal and online forms that make it easy for applicants to review your guidelines and submit their work.


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PxP Contemporary is expanding in ! However, there is also the possibility of being presented at an art fair this fall. Upcoming shows will be focused on abstraction and contemporary craft, but our platform is always open to all artists and mediums and we will also have exhibitions like our 1-year anniversary show! We look forward to reviewing your art and hope to work with you! A fine art degree is not required to participate in our open call. Please only enter artworks that are not reserved by any other gallery or booked for exhibitions within a six month period. If work is selected by our curatorial team, artists will be contacted for additional information, images and also be asked to sign a contract.


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Customize your email response templates; and Create your first project. Click More from the top navigation bar, and then select Team. Click Add Team Member. Enter the name and email address of the team member, and optionally their title. Levels 4 and 5 are administrators, who can create forms and projects in Submittable, as well as administrate account billing, invite other team members, and view all submissions without being specifically assigned. Levels 1, 2 and 3 are reviewers, who are only able to interact with submissions that are assigned to them.


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