With every Grants.gov release, our training videos and online user guide also get a refresh so that applicants always have the latest tutorials at their fingertips.
Release 15.3, in particular, brought significant updates to our Learning Workspace Video Series and our Quick Clicks Video Series, including updated screenshots, helpful reminders, and a design refresh.
Browse the following list of updated videos and bookmark this post, or the Grants.gov Applicant Tools and Tips page, so they’ll be at the ready when you’re preparing your next federal grant application:
This video explains how an applicant with the Manage Workspace role can create a workspace so that two or more people in their organization can collaborate to apply for a federal grant.
This video explains the process of adding users, or Participants, to a workspace so that multiple organization applicants can complete individual package forms.
This video explains how workspace forms may be downloaded, filled-out, and uploaded as part of the Grants.gov workspace workflow.
This video outlines the process of finalizing a completed application in workspace and submitting it to the grant-making federal agency.
This video in the Quick Clicks series explains how applicants can save time by reusing forms across multiple workspaces set up by the same organization.
This video in the Quick Clicks series explains how applicants can determine if an application package is compatible with Grants.gov’s workspace functionality.
This video in the Quick Clicks series explains how applicants can check their application for errors by connecting to the grantor’s validation system. (Note: The grant-making agency may not support this optional service.)
This video in the Quick Clicks series explains how applicants can view their application package as the grantor would view it. (Note: The grant-making agency may not support this optional service.)
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