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    Intota: Logging In and Navigating Through Intota

    • Product: Intota

    How do I log in and find my way around Intota?

    Welcome to Intota!

    The home page is the first screen you see after logging into the system ( Logging in for the first time means logging in with your username (your email address) and your temporary password that would have been sent to you in a "Welcome to Intota" email.
    NOTE: A new user that cannot find their welcome email (or existing user that cannot remember their password) can click the Forgot Password link and a new temporary password will be automatically sent.
    • A user currently logged into Intota can change their password by clicking on their name in the top right of Intota and then clicking My Account where one's password can be changed.
    Browser support for Intota includes:
    • Chrome
    • Firefox 8+
    • Internet Explorer 9, 10, 11
    If you have access to more than one library profile, the system will prompt you to select a library.

    Use the Support link at the bottom of every Intota page to access the ProQuest Support Center (where you are currently, reading this article). Support Center help is available through documentation and by contacting the Support team.

    The Intota home page is organized into the following sections:
    Intota home page
    • The main body of the page contains three columns:
      • The middle My Intota pane is a dynamic area that puts time-sensitive tasks like database renewals and license expirations front and center.
      • Both side columns contain quick links to various features and functionality. These features and functionality are also available via the top left menu bar that stays with you no matter where you are in Intota.
        • Note that Assessment activities are done in Intota Assessment, an overview of the reporting tool is available here.

    Users who are transitioning from 360 to Intota may find helpful the detailed tasks highlighted in the Transition Guide.

    Logging In and Out

    Once logged in, you can log out by clicking on your name in the top right of the Intota screen, and a Log Out link will display. The system will also log you out after 60 minutes of inactivity.

    • Date Created: 26-May-2014
    • Last Edited Date: 21-Mar-2016
    • Old Article Number: 10799
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