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    How do I claim an Artist, Group, or Performance page?
    Artist, Group, and Performance pages are controlled by the individuals listed under "Managed by".

    If you find a page representing you or something you manage, and you would like to manage that page, contact the individuals listed under "Managed by". They can add you to the "Managed by" list by making you an admin of the page.

    If a page is managed by OpusAtlas Administrators, just email us at admin@opusatlas.com and in the body of the email tell us the url of the page you would like to claim.
    Can more than one person manage an Artist, Group, or Performance page?
    Yes, if you manage an Artist, Group, or Performance page, you can invite other people to help out by clicking "invite another user to manage this [performance, group, artist]".

    Performances can also be managed directly by Artist and Groups involved in the performance. When adding an Artist or Group to your Performance, make sure that the Admin checkbox is selected. This will allow the Artists or Groups to manage the Performance page once they have verified their participation in it.
    What do I do if I was in a performance, but do not want it to show up on my Artist or Group page?
    If you have not yet approved your participation in the performance, first you must do that. Then on your Artist or Group page, select "hide" next to the Performance you do not want displayed. This will remove the Performance from your Artist or Group page, but leave the connection in the Performance to your Artist or Group page.

    Once you hide a Performance, you can unhide it by going to the "View Hidden Performances and Works" section.

    If you are a composer or librettist, you can also hide works from your Artist page.
    I received an email titled "Link your Artist Page to [a Performance]." What does this mean?
    Someone you know has listed you (or someone you manage) in a performance. Currently, your name on the Performance page is just ordinary text, however it could be linked to a personalized Artist page. He/she has invited you to link your Artist page to this Performance. If you do not already have an Artist page on OpusAtlas, you must first create one.
    I received an email titled "Link your Group Page to [a Performance]." What does this mean?
    Someone you know has listed your group in a performance. Currently, the group's name on the Performance page is just ordinary text, however it could be linked to a personalized Group page. He/she has invited you to link a Group page to this Performance. If the Group page does not exist yet on OpusAtlas, you must first create one.
    I received an email titled "Link your Artist Page to [a Work]." What does this mean?
    Someone you know has listed you (or someone you manage) as an artist of a work. Currently, your name on the Work page is just ordinary text, however it could be linked to a personalized Artist page. He/she has invited you to link your Artist page to this Performance. If you do not already have an Artist page on OpusAtlas, you must first create one.
    My Artist is listed in the Performers & Crew section of a Performance, but the artist name does not link to my Artist page. How can I connect my Artist page to the Performance?
    First, make sure you are signed in to your account. Then go to the Performance page and click on your artist name. This will take you to a "Claim Artist from Performance" page. Choose your Artist from the options and click Link.

    This will create a Claim Request for the admins of the Performance to approve. Once they approve it, your Artist will be linked.
    My Group is listed in the Groups Involved section of a Performance, but the group name does not link to my Group page. How can I connect my Group page to the Performance?
    First, make sure you are signed in to your account. Then go to the Performance page and click on your group name. This will take you to a "Claim Group from Performance" page. Choose your Group from the options and click Link.

    This will create a Claim Request for the admins of the Performance to approve. Once they approve it, your Group will be linked.
    My Artist is listed as a composer/artist of a Work, but the artist name does not link to my Artist page. How can I connect my Artist page to the Work?
    First, make sure you are signed in to your account. Then go to the Work page and click on your name. This will take you to a "Claim Artist from Work" page. Choose your Artist from the options and click Link.

    This will create a Claim Request for the admins of the Work to approve. Once they approve it, your Artist page will be linked.