Creating and Updating Sessions

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CrowdCompass sessions can be breakouts, activities, meals, or anything that will appear on your schedule. Attendees can search for sessions by their name, description, or a code you define.


Creating Sessions


1 Navigate to the Sessions section. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. Under Content, click Sessions.

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2 Create a session. Click New Session.

   
NOTE: Planning on adding lots of sessions? Consider importing them.


Fill out all relevant information for the session. Name and dates will be the only required fields.

If your session has an ID number, a class code, or another identifier, enter it in the Session Code field. Attendees can use text entered in this field to search for specific sessions.

Make it easier for attendees to find the right session by adding tags and tracks. Remember, a session can have multiple tags, but only one track.

You can also include a description, location, speakers, images, and documents.

Entering a session in the Related Sessions field will create a link between the two on both sessions' detail pages. Similarly, once you've added speakers, you can select them from the New Speaker dropdown, which will create a link to the speaker's detail page. Do this in bulk by importing the sessions with the speaker columns filled out. 
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NOTE: Related sessions should not be confused with subsessions. Related sessions link to one another within the app, but can still be seen on the schedule. Subsessions will only appear on the detail page of their parent session.
Once you’re done, click Create Session at the bottom of the page.

3 Disable options, if necessary. Every event is different. If yours won’t need all the default features, turning them off is as easy as checking a box. Just click Event Settings from the side nav, then Attendee Options. Here you’ll find options to disable ratings, check-ins, and the Add to Schedule button.


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Updating Sessions


1 Navigate to the Sessions section. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click Edit next to your event's name. Under Content, click Sessions.
   
2 Edit an existing session. To modify a session, click the pencil icon to the right of the name.


 
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3 Or delete a session. Click the trash can icon to the right of the name, then click OK to confirm. Keep in mind, this action cannot be undone.

 
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CrowdCompass sessions can be breakouts, activities, meals, or anything that will appear on your schedule. Attendees can search for sessions by their name, description, or a code you define.


Creating Sessions


1 Navigate to the Sessions section. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. Under Content, click Sessions.

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2 Create a session. Click New Session.

   
NOTE: Planning on adding lots of sessions? Consider importing them.


Fill out all relevant information for the session. Name and dates will be the only required fields.

If your session has an ID number, a class code, or another identifier, enter it in the Session Code field. Attendees can use text entered in this field to search for specific sessions.

Make it easier for attendees to find the right session by adding tags and tracks. Remember, a session can have multiple tags, but only one track.

You can also include a description, location, speakers, images, and documents.

Entering a session in the Related Sessions field will create a link between the two on both sessions' detail pages. Similarly, once you've added speakers, you can select them from the New Speaker dropdown, which will create a link to the speaker's detail page. Do this in bulk by importing the sessions with the speaker columns filled out. 
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NOTE: Related sessions should not be confused with subsessions. Related sessions link to one another within the app, but can still be seen on the schedule. Subsessions will only appear on the detail page of their parent session.
Once you’re done, click Create Session at the bottom of the page.

3 Disable options, if necessary. Every event is different. If yours won’t need all the default features, turning them off is as easy as checking a box. Just click Event Settings from the side nav, then Attendee Options. Here you’ll find options to disable ratings, check-ins, and the Add to Schedule button.


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Updating Sessions


1 Navigate to the Sessions section. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click Edit next to your event's name. Under Content, click Sessions.
   
2 Edit an existing session. To modify a session, click the pencil icon to the right of the name.


 
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3 Or delete a session. Click the trash can icon to the right of the name, then click OK to confirm. Keep in mind, this action cannot be undone.

 
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CrowdCompass sessions can be breakouts, activities, meals, or anything that will appear on your schedule. Attendees can search for sessions by their name, description, or a code you define.


Creating Sessions


1 Navigate to the Sessions section. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. Under Content, click Sessions.

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2 Create a session. Click New Session.

   
NOTE: Planning on adding lots of sessions? Consider importing them.


Fill out all relevant information for the session. Name and dates will be the only required fields.

If your session has an ID number, a class code, or another identifier, enter it in the Session Code field. Attendees can use text entered in this field to search for specific sessions.

Make it easier for attendees to find the right session by adding tags and tracks. Remember, a session can have multiple tags, but only one track.

You can also include a description, location, speakers, images, and documents.

Entering a session in the Related Sessions field will create a link between the two on both sessions' detail pages. Similarly, once you've added speakers, you can select them from the New Speaker dropdown, which will create a link to the speaker's detail page. Do this in bulk by importing the sessions with the speaker columns filled out. 
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NOTE: Related sessions should not be confused with subsessions. Related sessions link to one another within the app, but can still be seen on the schedule. Subsessions will only appear on the detail page of their parent session.
Once you’re done, click Create Session at the bottom of the page.

3 Disable options, if necessary. Every event is different. If yours won’t need all the default features, turning them off is as easy as checking a box. Just click Event Settings from the side nav, then Attendee Options. Here you’ll find options to disable ratings, check-ins, and the Add to Schedule button.


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Updating Sessions


1 Navigate to the Sessions section. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click Edit next to your event's name. Under Content, click Sessions.
   
2 Edit an existing session. To modify a session, click the pencil icon to the right of the name.


 
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3 Or delete a session. Click the trash can icon to the right of the name, then click OK to confirm. Keep in mind, this action cannot be undone.

 
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CrowdCompass sessions can be breakouts, activities, meals, or anything that will appear on your schedule. Attendees can search for sessions by their name, description, or a code you define.


Creating Sessions


1 Navigate to the Sessions section. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. Under Content, click Sessions.

User-added image

2 Create a session. Click New Session.

   
NOTE: Planning on adding lots of sessions? Consider importing them.


Fill out all relevant information for the session. Name and dates will be the only required fields.

If your session has an ID number, a class code, or another identifier, enter it in the Session Code field. Attendees can use text entered in this field to search for specific sessions.

Make it easier for attendees to find the right session by adding tags and tracks. Remember, a session can have multiple tags, but only one track.

You can also include a description, location, speakers, images, and documents.

Entering a session in the Related Sessions field will create a link between the two on both sessions' detail pages. Similarly, once you've added speakers, you can select them from the New Speaker dropdown, which will create a link to the speaker's detail page. Do this in bulk by importing the sessions with the speaker columns filled out. 
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NOTE: Related sessions should not be confused with subsessions. Related sessions link to one another within the app, but can still be seen on the schedule. Subsessions will only appear on the detail page of their parent session.
Once you’re done, click Create Session at the bottom of the page.

3 Disable options, if necessary. Every event is different. If yours won’t need all the default features, turning them off is as easy as checking a box. Just click Event Settings from the side nav, then Attendee Options. Here you’ll find options to disable ratings, check-ins, and the Add to Schedule button.


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Updating Sessions


1 Navigate to the Sessions section. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click Edit next to your event's name. Under Content, click Sessions.
   
2 Edit an existing session. To modify a session, click the pencil icon to the right of the name.


 
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3 Or delete a session. Click the trash can icon to the right of the name, then click OK to confirm. Keep in mind, this action cannot be undone.

 
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CrowdCompass sessions can be breakouts, activities, meals, or anything that will appear on your schedule. Attendees can search for sessions by their name, description, or a code you define.


Creating Sessions


1 Navigate to the Sessions section. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. Under Content, click Sessions.

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2 Create a session. Click New Session.

   
NOTE: Planning on adding lots of sessions? Consider importing them.


Fill out all relevant information for the session. Name and dates will be the only required fields.

If your session has an ID number, a class code, or another identifier, enter it in the Session Code field. Attendees can use text entered in this field to search for specific sessions.

Make it easier for attendees to find the right session by adding tags and tracks. Remember, a session can have multiple tags, but only one track.

You can also include a description, location, speakers, images, and documents.

Entering a session in the Related Sessions field will create a link between the two on both sessions' detail pages. Similarly, once you've added speakers, you can select them from the New Speaker dropdown, which will create a link to the speaker's detail page. Do this in bulk by importing the sessions with the speaker columns filled out. 
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NOTE: Related sessions should not be confused with subsessions. Related sessions link to one another within the app, but can still be seen on the schedule. Subsessions will only appear on the detail page of their parent session.
Once you’re done, click Create Session at the bottom of the page.

3 Disable options, if necessary. Every event is different. If yours won’t need all the default features, turning them off is as easy as checking a box. Just click Event Settings from the side nav, then Attendee Options. Here you’ll find options to disable ratings, check-ins, and the Add to Schedule button.


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Updating Sessions


1 Navigate to the Sessions section. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click Edit next to your event's name. Under Content, click Sessions.
   
2 Edit an existing session. To modify a session, click the pencil icon to the right of the name.


 
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3 Or delete a session. Click the trash can icon to the right of the name, then click OK to confirm. Keep in mind, this action cannot be undone.

 
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CrowdCompass sessions can be breakouts, activities, meals, or anything that will appear on your schedule. Attendees can search for sessions by their name, description, or a code you define.


Creating Sessions


1 Navigate to the Sessions section. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. Under Content, click Sessions.

User-added image

2 Create a session. Click New Session.

   
NOTE: Planning on adding lots of sessions? Consider importing them.


Fill out all relevant information for the session. Name and dates will be the only required fields.

If your session has an ID number, a class code, or another identifier, enter it in the Session Code field. Attendees can use text entered in this field to search for specific sessions.

Make it easier for attendees to find the right session by adding tags and tracks. Remember, a session can have multiple tags, but only one track.

You can also include a description, location, speakers, images, and documents.

Entering a session in the Related Sessions field will create a link between the two on both sessions' detail pages. Similarly, once you've added speakers, you can select them from the New Speaker dropdown, which will create a link to the speaker's detail page. Do this in bulk by importing the sessions with the speaker columns filled out. 
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NOTE: Related sessions should not be confused with subsessions. Related sessions link to one another within the app, but can still be seen on the schedule. Subsessions will only appear on the detail page of their parent session.
Once you’re done, click Create Session at the bottom of the page.

3 Disable options, if necessary. Every event is different. If yours won’t need all the default features, turning them off is as easy as checking a box. Just click Event Settings from the side nav, then Attendee Options. Here you’ll find options to disable ratings, check-ins, and the Add to Schedule button.


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Updating Sessions


1 Navigate to the Sessions section. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click Edit next to your event's name. Under Content, click Sessions.
   
2 Edit an existing session. To modify a session, click the pencil icon to the right of the name.


 
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3 Or delete a session. Click the trash can icon to the right of the name, then click OK to confirm. Keep in mind, this action cannot be undone.

 
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