nTopology Account Guide

Overview

All nTopology users must have an account at app.ntopology.com in order to gain access to our software. If you don't have an account and would like to experience nTopology, visit app.ntopology.com/signup to gain instant access. Once you verify your email address, you'll have access to your account, which features a Home page and an Account Settings page. From the Home page, you can download nTopology, download examples, and access learning resources. From the Account Settings page you can view your licensing information, view and edit your personal information, and change your account password. 

 

Home

From the Home page, you can immediately download the latest release of nTopology and access learning resources, such as getting started guides, video tutorials, example files, and blog articles.
To download nTopology, click the Download Software button or select Download Here! at the top of your account. You can view the release notes of the latest release by selecting the View Release Notes button beneath the Download Software button.

Below the Download nTopology section, are the Help Center and Latest Content sections which link you to important learning resources on our support website at support.ntopology.com and our main website at ntopology.com 

 

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Below the Help Center and Latest Content sections is the Example Files section, where you can download various example files categorized by application type. 

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Account Settings

From the Account Settings page, you can view your licensing information, view and edit your personal information and change your account password. 

 

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Help Center

The Help Center page brings you to our extensive and continually expanding support site. The Help Center features many helpful articles and videos for every aspect of nTopology, from setting up your account to installation, licensing, building notebooks and workflows, creating lattices, running simulations, importing and exporting data and so much more. It has content for everyone, regardless of how new or familiar you are with nTopology. There's always more to learn. 

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