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Agenda in the participant view
Agenda in the participant view
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Written by Cer-Lyn Luhasaar
Updated over a week ago

ℹ️ Overview

Agenda introduces the attendee, the activities and presentations happening at the event. All performances/ activities run in order from top to bottom, with presenters, titles, times and other additional options (i.e., tasks, expo, details).

⚙️ Navigation through agenda

  • In the middle of the agenda view, there are agenda elements. To the left is the time and presenters, and to the right is the title of the element with additional buttons:

    • When clicking on the area around the element or the “Details” button, opens up a view with a brief description about the specific presentation;

    • By clicking on the “Tasks” button, different tasks about the presentation open → read more about tasks from here;

    • Under the “Q&A” button, participants can ask questions and speak their mind to the presenter → read more about Q&A from here;

    • When selecting the “Expo” button, it will take the attendee to the expo area of ​​the event;

    • The “Media” button refers to the media associated with the presentation (e.g., links, videos, files).

  • You can move between parallel sessions by clicking on the session titles, which will be followed by a new column with presentations from the selected session.

🗓 Personalized agenda

It is possible to put together a personal agenda with only the elements that interest you the most.

  1. To do this, there is a heart icon under each agenda element. By clicking on the heart icon, the participant marks the item as a favorite, and it appears in his or her personalized agenda.

  2. To access the personalized agenda, there is a similar heart icon in the upper right corner of the agenda view.

  3. Clicking on the icon opens a view with an agenda that contains only the elements selected by the attendee. To return to the general agenda, the participant must click the heart icon in the corner again.

🖇 Related features

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