When the call for proposals closes, the application is finally registered automatically. Until the closing of the call for proposals, you can unregister and edit your application. If the call for proposals does not have a fixed end-date, the application is finally registered as soon as you register it.
If there is mandatory information missing, when you are about to register your application, a list of the missing information will show. You must complete the mandatory information before you can register the application.
Read the instructions in the call for proposals text carefully.
In some calls for proposals, participating researchers must add their CV information and publications before you can register your application.
You cannot register an application if there are any pending invitations to participating researchers or administrators.
The example in the picture above shows that the participating researcher must add her CV and, at least, one publication. The administrating organisation and the number of project years is also missing in the application.
You can only register your application if you accept the terms and conditions.
When you have registered your application, the registered application will only show on the tab APPLICATIONS AND GRANTS, in the menu list Applications.
An unregistered application stays as an application draft if you do not register it! Re-register an unregistered application before the closing of the call for proposals.
You cannot unregister an application in a call for proposals without a fixed end-date.
Re-register the application when you have edited the application draft.