By this point, you should have registered for the hands-on demo with Interana. If you haven't done that yet, please first register for the demo. You would have received links for this guide and the demo system (http://demo.interana.com). Here, we'll guide you through the process of creating a login for Interana system. This is a necessary step separate from registration.
If you've already created an account on http://demo.interana.com, just skip to the next section.
Create an account
Once you land on the demo system, you'll see a simple login box. Click the link for I don't have an account yet:
Your email address will be your login identification for the demo system. Enter a valid email address and select a password to use for the demo system. Enter the password twice to check for a match.
When done, click the green Create Account button. You'll see a message telling you that we've sent you a confirmation link to validate your email and login:
Click on the blue OK button to dismiss the message, and then check the inbox for the email account you selected. You should receive a new message from Interana in a minute or two.
Validate your email address
Once you get the email, click on the confirmation link in the message body:
This is both a step to validate the email address and a one-time key that allows you to automatically log in to the live demo. When you click the link, you should see a new tab or window open in your browser and take you to the default landing dashboard for the demo system. The dashboard will look something like this:
Logging out (optional)
The email validation link will automatically log you in. You can log out by clicking the silhouette icon in the lower left corner of the screen. It's a good idea to test your password. Scroll to the bottom of the dashboard, and click on the silhouette icon to log out:
You'll be taken back to the login screen. Log back in with the email and password you selected earlier:
If that didn't work for some reason, just use the Forgot password link to reset your password and get a special reset link emailed to your registered email address.
You should now be logged in and looking at a dashboard with over 20 charts examining various aspects of changes to Wikipedia. We're going to get into detail on all the goodies, but first we're taking a quick tour to show off some of Interana's most powerful capabilities.
Keep in mind that you're using a shared demo system meant for learning by everybody. The dashboards and objects you create will stick around for a while, but we will periodically clean up the system and remove stale accounts.