How do I vote?

How do I vote for a project in a competition?

Voting for a project is open for all who are registered on UNI. To vote for a competition please follow these steps:

1. Open the competition page and navigate to the entries section.

Fig.1: Entries under Competition
2. Navigate and browse through all the shortlisted entries given; We also encourage you to click on the entries to see the complete view and to ensure an honest review. We understand the project might be of someone who is close to you, but at UNI we encourage people to go through most of the entries before voting. These decisions must be taken wisely and these votes need to be given to the most deserving entries only.
Fig.2 : Clicking on the heart to "Vote"
3. Scroll to the bottom of the entry to vote and to also comment and share words of appreciation and encouragement through votes. 
Fig. 3: Add a comment


Note: While voting the following things should be kept in mind that creating fraudulent/fake/bot/impersonating accounts to increase public votes will be considered as unfair means and may lead to disqualification with a notice.


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