Setting Up and Moderating Click

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Click is a scavenger hunt built into your app, designed to soothe conference jitters and get attendees interacting. They play by uploading photos to complete challenges you define. Finishing sets of challenges earns them badges. During the game, players can "Like" pictures they enjoy or "Flag" post they find inappropriate. You can remove these flagged posts in order to keep the competition civil.
 
NOTE: This is an additional feature. Contact your account manager for more info. 
Setting Up Click

1 Edit your settings. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. From the Event Checklist, click Click under Interactive Features.

Click Options next to the name of your Click game, then Edit. From the Game Details section on the left, click Edit Settings.

Enter a name, short name, and when your attendees will be able to play the game. Be aware that once the ending time specified here is reached, photos can no longer be submitted. Make sure to select the challenge that will be used for their profile picture as well.

Click Save Settings.

2 Choose your badges. A badge is a reward for completing a group of challenges. Once an attendee has completed all of the challenges associated to a badge, it will turn from greyscale to full color. If this is your first game of Click, you can click Use Default Badges to add a set of standard badges to your game. Get a description of the badge and what needs to be done to earn it by clicking the arrow to the left.

 
 
User-added image
    
Click the pencil icon to modify the name, description, or images. Click the X icon to delete the badge entirely.

Just want to start from scratch? Click Add New Badge and upload a custom one. 72 x 72 pixels looks best.
   
3 Create challenges. A challenge is an objective with points attached. Click Add Challenge to make your own.

Name the challenge (keep it short and simple), define how many points it's worth, then click Save Challenge.

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Click the pencil icon to modify the name or point value. Click the X icon to delete the challenge entirely.
 
NOTE: Review your badges and challenges before Click starts. Once an attendee submits a photo for them, they cannot be deleted.

4 Add Click to the home screen. Copy the name that appears on the Click page below the time zone. Add a navigation icon, making sure to select Web URL. Name the icon, enter nx://click/ , and paste in the name you just copied.
 
NOTE: If you copied an event, you may already have a Click navigation icon. This link is an imposter and connected to an older version. Make sure to replace it.

User-added image

5 Spread the word. Incorporate your new game into promotional materials for your event. Send out a push notification (to hype up those sweet prizes), and, most importantly, ensure your attendees know how to play.
 
NOTE: Attendees will need to log in to your event and have an active internet connection in order to play Click.
6 Display your Game. Click The Wall at the top of the screen.

You'll open up a full screen display that will show both a photo feed of the game's latest submissions and a real-time leaderboard. Display this prominently during your event to keep competition fierce!


Moderating Click Posts
 
NOTE: You will need to proactively check for flagged or inappropriate posts. Notifications are not sent out.

1 Access Click. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. From the Event Checklist, click Click under Interactive Features. Click Options next to the name of your Click game, then Edit.


2 Make any necessary changes. Click Players from the top menu. Find the player with the offending post and click View next to their name.
 
View Photo Submissions

Once you've found the submission you want to delete, click Remove this Image, then Yes to confirmBe careful, deleting a player's submission will also remove the awarded points from their total score.
 
Remove Photo Submission
 

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Click is a scavenger hunt built into your app, designed to soothe conference jitters and get attendees interacting. They play by uploading photos to complete challenges you define. Finishing sets of challenges earns them badges. During the game, players can "Like" pictures they enjoy or "Flag" post they find inappropriate. You can remove these flagged posts in order to keep the competition civil.
 
NOTE: This is an additional feature. Contact your account manager for more info. 
Setting Up Click

1 Edit your settings. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. From the Event Checklist, click Click under Interactive Features.

Click Options next to the name of your Click game, then Edit. From the Game Details section on the left, click Edit Settings.

Enter a name, short name, and when your attendees will be able to play the game. Be aware that once the ending time specified here is reached, photos can no longer be submitted. Make sure to select the challenge that will be used for their profile picture as well.

Click Save Settings.

2 Choose your badges. A badge is a reward for completing a group of challenges. Once an attendee has completed all of the challenges associated to a badge, it will turn from greyscale to full color. If this is your first game of Click, you can click Use Default Badges to add a set of standard badges to your game. Get a description of the badge and what needs to be done to earn it by clicking the arrow to the left.

 
 
User-added image
    
Click the pencil icon to modify the name, description, or images. Click the X icon to delete the badge entirely.

Just want to start from scratch? Click Add New Badge and upload a custom one. 72 x 72 pixels looks best.
   
3 Create challenges. A challenge is an objective with points attached. Click Add Challenge to make your own.

Name the challenge (keep it short and simple), define how many points it's worth, then click Save Challenge.

User-added image
 
Click the pencil icon to modify the name or point value. Click the X icon to delete the challenge entirely.
 
NOTE: Review your badges and challenges before Click starts. Once an attendee submits a photo for them, they cannot be deleted.

4 Add Click to the home screen. Copy the name that appears on the Click page below the time zone. Add a navigation icon, making sure to select Web URL. Name the icon, enter nx://click/ , and paste in the name you just copied.
 
NOTE: If you copied an event, you may already have a Click navigation icon. This link is an imposter and connected to an older version. Make sure to replace it.

User-added image

5 Spread the word. Incorporate your new game into promotional materials for your event. Send out a push notification (to hype up those sweet prizes), and, most importantly, ensure your attendees know how to play.
 
NOTE: Attendees will need to log in to your event and have an active internet connection in order to play Click.
6 Display your Game. Click The Wall at the top of the screen.

You'll open up a full screen display that will show both a photo feed of the game's latest submissions and a real-time leaderboard. Display this prominently during your event to keep competition fierce!


Moderating Click Posts
 
NOTE: You will need to proactively check for flagged or inappropriate posts. Notifications are not sent out.

1 Access Click. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. From the Event Checklist, click Click under Interactive Features. Click Options next to the name of your Click game, then Edit.


2 Make any necessary changes. Click Players from the top menu. Find the player with the offending post and click View next to their name.
 
View Photo Submissions

Once you've found the submission you want to delete, click Remove this Image, then Yes to confirmBe careful, deleting a player's submission will also remove the awarded points from their total score.
 
Remove Photo Submission
 

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Click is a scavenger hunt built into your app, designed to soothe conference jitters and get attendees interacting. They play by uploading photos to complete challenges you define. Finishing sets of challenges earns them badges. During the game, players can "Like" pictures they enjoy or "Flag" post they find inappropriate. You can remove these flagged posts in order to keep the competition civil.
 
NOTE: This is an additional feature. Contact your account manager for more info. 
Setting Up Click

1 Edit your settings. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. From the Event Checklist, click Click under Interactive Features.

Click Options next to the name of your Click game, then Edit. From the Game Details section on the left, click Edit Settings.

Enter a name, short name, and when your attendees will be able to play the game. Be aware that once the ending time specified here is reached, photos can no longer be submitted. Make sure to select the challenge that will be used for their profile picture as well.

Click Save Settings.

2 Choose your badges. A badge is a reward for completing a group of challenges. Once an attendee has completed all of the challenges associated to a badge, it will turn from greyscale to full color. If this is your first game of Click, you can click Use Default Badges to add a set of standard badges to your game. Get a description of the badge and what needs to be done to earn it by clicking the arrow to the left.

 
 
User-added image
    
Click the pencil icon to modify the name, description, or images. Click the X icon to delete the badge entirely.

Just want to start from scratch? Click Add New Badge and upload a custom one. 72 x 72 pixels looks best.
   
3 Create challenges. A challenge is an objective with points attached. Click Add Challenge to make your own.

Name the challenge (keep it short and simple), define how many points it's worth, then click Save Challenge.

User-added image
 
Click the pencil icon to modify the name or point value. Click the X icon to delete the challenge entirely.
 
NOTE: Review your badges and challenges before Click starts. Once an attendee submits a photo for them, they cannot be deleted.

4 Add Click to the home screen. Copy the name that appears on the Click page below the time zone. Add a navigation icon, making sure to select Web URL. Name the icon, enter nx://click/ , and paste in the name you just copied.
 
NOTE: If you copied an event, you may already have a Click navigation icon. This link is an imposter and connected to an older version. Make sure to replace it.

User-added image

5 Spread the word. Incorporate your new game into promotional materials for your event. Send out a push notification (to hype up those sweet prizes), and, most importantly, ensure your attendees know how to play.
 
NOTE: Attendees will need to log in to your event and have an active internet connection in order to play Click.
6 Display your Game. Click The Wall at the top of the screen.

You'll open up a full screen display that will show both a photo feed of the game's latest submissions and a real-time leaderboard. Display this prominently during your event to keep competition fierce!


Moderating Click Posts
 
NOTE: You will need to proactively check for flagged or inappropriate posts. Notifications are not sent out.

1 Access Click. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. From the Event Checklist, click Click under Interactive Features. Click Options next to the name of your Click game, then Edit.


2 Make any necessary changes. Click Players from the top menu. Find the player with the offending post and click View next to their name.
 
View Photo Submissions

Once you've found the submission you want to delete, click Remove this Image, then Yes to confirmBe careful, deleting a player's submission will also remove the awarded points from their total score.
 
Remove Photo Submission
 

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Click is a scavenger hunt built into your app, designed to soothe conference jitters and get attendees interacting. They play by uploading photos to complete challenges you define. Finishing sets of challenges earns them badges. During the game, players can "Like" pictures they enjoy or "Flag" post they find inappropriate. You can remove these flagged posts in order to keep the competition civil.
 
NOTE: This is an additional feature. Contact your account manager for more info. 
Setting Up Click

1 Edit your settings. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. From the Event Checklist, click Click under Interactive Features.

Click Options next to the name of your Click game, then Edit. From the Game Details section on the left, click Edit Settings.

Enter a name, short name, and when your attendees will be able to play the game. Be aware that once the ending time specified here is reached, photos can no longer be submitted. Make sure to select the challenge that will be used for their profile picture as well.

Click Save Settings.

2 Choose your badges. A badge is a reward for completing a group of challenges. Once an attendee has completed all of the challenges associated to a badge, it will turn from greyscale to full color. If this is your first game of Click, you can click Use Default Badges to add a set of standard badges to your game. Get a description of the badge and what needs to be done to earn it by clicking the arrow to the left.

 
 
User-added image
    
Click the pencil icon to modify the name, description, or images. Click the X icon to delete the badge entirely.

Just want to start from scratch? Click Add New Badge and upload a custom one. 72 x 72 pixels looks best.
   
3 Create challenges. A challenge is an objective with points attached. Click Add Challenge to make your own.

Name the challenge (keep it short and simple), define how many points it's worth, then click Save Challenge.

User-added image
 
Click the pencil icon to modify the name or point value. Click the X icon to delete the challenge entirely.
 
NOTE: Review your badges and challenges before Click starts. Once an attendee submits a photo for them, they cannot be deleted.

4 Add Click to the home screen. Copy the name that appears on the Click page below the time zone. Add a navigation icon, making sure to select Web URL. Name the icon, enter nx://click/ , and paste in the name you just copied.
 
NOTE: If you copied an event, you may already have a Click navigation icon. This link is an imposter and connected to an older version. Make sure to replace it.

User-added image

5 Spread the word. Incorporate your new game into promotional materials for your event. Send out a push notification (to hype up those sweet prizes), and, most importantly, ensure your attendees know how to play.
 
NOTE: Attendees will need to log in to your event and have an active internet connection in order to play Click.
6 Display your Game. Click The Wall at the top of the screen.

You'll open up a full screen display that will show both a photo feed of the game's latest submissions and a real-time leaderboard. Display this prominently during your event to keep competition fierce!


Moderating Click Posts
 
NOTE: You will need to proactively check for flagged or inappropriate posts. Notifications are not sent out.

1 Access Click. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. From the Event Checklist, click Click under Interactive Features. Click Options next to the name of your Click game, then Edit.


2 Make any necessary changes. Click Players from the top menu. Find the player with the offending post and click View next to their name.
 
View Photo Submissions

Once you've found the submission you want to delete, click Remove this Image, then Yes to confirmBe careful, deleting a player's submission will also remove the awarded points from their total score.
 
Remove Photo Submission
 

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Click is a scavenger hunt built into your app, designed to soothe conference jitters and get attendees interacting. They play by uploading photos to complete challenges you define. Finishing sets of challenges earns them badges. During the game, players can "Like" pictures they enjoy or "Flag" post they find inappropriate. You can remove these flagged posts in order to keep the competition civil.
 
NOTE: This is an additional feature. Contact your account manager for more info. 
Setting Up Click

1 Edit your settings. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. From the Event Checklist, click Click under Interactive Features.

Click Options next to the name of your Click game, then Edit. From the Game Details section on the left, click Edit Settings.

Enter a name, short name, and when your attendees will be able to play the game. Be aware that once the ending time specified here is reached, photos can no longer be submitted. Make sure to select the challenge that will be used for their profile picture as well.

Click Save Settings.

2 Choose your badges. A badge is a reward for completing a group of challenges. Once an attendee has completed all of the challenges associated to a badge, it will turn from greyscale to full color. If this is your first game of Click, you can click Use Default Badges to add a set of standard badges to your game. Get a description of the badge and what needs to be done to earn it by clicking the arrow to the left.

 
 
User-added image
    
Click the pencil icon to modify the name, description, or images. Click the X icon to delete the badge entirely.

Just want to start from scratch? Click Add New Badge and upload a custom one. 72 x 72 pixels looks best.
   
3 Create challenges. A challenge is an objective with points attached. Click Add Challenge to make your own.

Name the challenge (keep it short and simple), define how many points it's worth, then click Save Challenge.

User-added image
 
Click the pencil icon to modify the name or point value. Click the X icon to delete the challenge entirely.
 
NOTE: Review your badges and challenges before Click starts. Once an attendee submits a photo for them, they cannot be deleted.

4 Add Click to the home screen. Copy the name that appears on the Click page below the time zone. Add a navigation icon, making sure to select Web URL. Name the icon, enter nx://click/ , and paste in the name you just copied.
 
NOTE: If you copied an event, you may already have a Click navigation icon. This link is an imposter and connected to an older version. Make sure to replace it.

User-added image

5 Spread the word. Incorporate your new game into promotional materials for your event. Send out a push notification (to hype up those sweet prizes), and, most importantly, ensure your attendees know how to play.
 
NOTE: Attendees will need to log in to your event and have an active internet connection in order to play Click.
6 Display your Game. Click The Wall at the top of the screen.

You'll open up a full screen display that will show both a photo feed of the game's latest submissions and a real-time leaderboard. Display this prominently during your event to keep competition fierce!


Moderating Click Posts
 
NOTE: You will need to proactively check for flagged or inappropriate posts. Notifications are not sent out.

1 Access Click. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. From the Event Checklist, click Click under Interactive Features. Click Options next to the name of your Click game, then Edit.


2 Make any necessary changes. Click Players from the top menu. Find the player with the offending post and click View next to their name.
 
View Photo Submissions

Once you've found the submission you want to delete, click Remove this Image, then Yes to confirmBe careful, deleting a player's submission will also remove the awarded points from their total score.
 
Remove Photo Submission
 

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Click is a scavenger hunt built into your app, designed to soothe conference jitters and get attendees interacting. They play by uploading photos to complete challenges you define. Finishing sets of challenges earns them badges. During the game, players can "Like" pictures they enjoy or "Flag" post they find inappropriate. You can remove these flagged posts in order to keep the competition civil.
 
NOTE: This is an additional feature. Contact your account manager for more info. 
Setting Up Click

1 Edit your settings. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. From the Event Checklist, click Click under Interactive Features.

Click Options next to the name of your Click game, then Edit. From the Game Details section on the left, click Edit Settings.

Enter a name, short name, and when your attendees will be able to play the game. Be aware that once the ending time specified here is reached, photos can no longer be submitted. Make sure to select the challenge that will be used for their profile picture as well.

Click Save Settings.

2 Choose your badges. A badge is a reward for completing a group of challenges. Once an attendee has completed all of the challenges associated to a badge, it will turn from greyscale to full color. If this is your first game of Click, you can click Use Default Badges to add a set of standard badges to your game. Get a description of the badge and what needs to be done to earn it by clicking the arrow to the left.

 
 
User-added image
    
Click the pencil icon to modify the name, description, or images. Click the X icon to delete the badge entirely.

Just want to start from scratch? Click Add New Badge and upload a custom one. 72 x 72 pixels looks best.
   
3 Create challenges. A challenge is an objective with points attached. Click Add Challenge to make your own.

Name the challenge (keep it short and simple), define how many points it's worth, then click Save Challenge.

User-added image
 
Click the pencil icon to modify the name or point value. Click the X icon to delete the challenge entirely.
 
NOTE: Review your badges and challenges before Click starts. Once an attendee submits a photo for them, they cannot be deleted.

4 Add Click to the home screen. Copy the name that appears on the Click page below the time zone. Add a navigation icon, making sure to select Web URL. Name the icon, enter nx://click/ , and paste in the name you just copied.
 
NOTE: If you copied an event, you may already have a Click navigation icon. This link is an imposter and connected to an older version. Make sure to replace it.

User-added image

5 Spread the word. Incorporate your new game into promotional materials for your event. Send out a push notification (to hype up those sweet prizes), and, most importantly, ensure your attendees know how to play.
 
NOTE: Attendees will need to log in to your event and have an active internet connection in order to play Click.
6 Display your Game. Click The Wall at the top of the screen.

You'll open up a full screen display that will show both a photo feed of the game's latest submissions and a real-time leaderboard. Display this prominently during your event to keep competition fierce!


Moderating Click Posts
 
NOTE: You will need to proactively check for flagged or inappropriate posts. Notifications are not sent out.

1 Access Click. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. From the Event Checklist, click Click under Interactive Features. Click Options next to the name of your Click game, then Edit.


2 Make any necessary changes. Click Players from the top menu. Find the player with the offending post and click View next to their name.
 
View Photo Submissions

Once you've found the submission you want to delete, click Remove this Image, then Yes to confirmBe careful, deleting a player's submission will also remove the awarded points from their total score.
 
Remove Photo Submission
 

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