CrowdCompass Glossary

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Activity Feed - An in-app display that shows posts made directly through the app as well as from SocialWall and any linked Twitter, Instagram, and Flickr account.
 
App - A software application developed for mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.
 
App Display Name - The name that appears on a mobile device's home screen. This name should be twelve or fewer characters. You can customize this in your App Settings menu
 
App Store Description - The description that appears in the App Store and Google Play Store. It must be at least three sentences long. You can customize this in your App Settings menu

Appointments - Scheduled meetings and get-togethers for up to ten attendees. You can create appointments or allow attendees to do it themselves.





Banners - Images, often used to promote sponsors or activities, that cycle across the top of your app. 

Beacons - A wireless device that broadcasts a signal using Bluetooth. When an attendee gets close to a beacon during a certain time frame, the beacon sends their device an alert
 

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Click - A scavenger hunt game in the app with photo challenges to encourage attendees to see more and interact more. 
 
Custom Fields - There are 22 default fields in an attendee's profile. Using custom fields, you can add even more.
 
Custom Headers - Allow you to replace default terms in the EventCenter with your own terminology. For example, if you don't use the term "Speakers," you can change the term to "Presenters."
 
 
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Deep Links - A link in one app that can open a specific page in a different app. You can add deep links in CrowdCompass. However this is only recommended for organizations with an on-staff web developer. 


  
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Event Icon - The image that will display on your attendees' home screen. When tapped, it will launch your app. You can customize this in your Event Settings menu

Event Directory Short Name - A customizable portion of your app's URL. You can customize this in your App Settings menu

EventCenter - The website you'll use to add the content and customize the design of your CrowdCompass mobile app.


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Game - A feature that uses gamification to encourage attendees to explore your app.

Geo Locations - A point of interest on your map. These locations have a physical street address rather than a room location. 
 
Groups - Allow you to only show specific content to certain subsets of attendees.
 
 
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Icon Pack - The group of themed images that will label each of your navigation icons. You can customize these or add your own.   
 
 
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Live Q&A - Allows attendees to submit questions directly to a session moderator through the app. Moderators can decide which questions the speakers should answer. 
 
 
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Maps - Customizable maps that highlight where activities are occurring and exhibitors are located. You can associate sessions and organizations to specific points on your venue's map, which attendees can quickly reference to see where their next appointment is. 


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Navigation Icons - Buttons within the app, such as Schedule, Speakers, Exhibitors, and Maps, that allow attendees to access content. These icons show on the home screen and in the side menu under the Event Guide. They can be customized to your heart's content.  
 
 
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Online Event Guide - The online version of your app. You can also use it to preview your event while building

Organizations - Exhibitors, companies, or sponsors associated with your event. 
 

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Pages - A type of content that you can use to add more information to the app. Creating a page is a great way to provide additional resources like Wi-Fi information, directions, offsite activities, and anything else attendees may need to know. 

 
Polls - A survey-like feature with a live display of results that can be projected in real time. Each poll is only one question, but you can have multiple polls. 
 
Push Notifications - A message sent to an attendee's device which can be used to inform, remind, or update them about key information. Attendees can receive push notifications even if the app is closed, so be aware that sending push notifications may interrupt sessions that are currently ongoing. 
 
 
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Schedules - Personalized schedules that you can create for any and all of your attendees. These can be created individually or imported in bulk. 
 
Sessions - Any activities happening at your event that you like to include in the app's schedule. These can be workshops, networking events, meetings, and more.


SocialWall - Aggregates social posts about your event from Twitter, Instagram and Flickr into your app's Activity Feed. You can also project your SocialWall live at your event with LiveDisplay. 

Speakers - People who are associated to a session. Frequently moderators or panelists are added as speakers as well. 

Splash Screen - The screen that appears while the event within your app is loading. On a tablet, the splash screen will double as your background. You can customize these in the EventCenter under Design. 

Subsessions - Mini-sessions that occur within a parent session. These will not appear on the agenda, only on the parent session's page. You can add as many subsessions to a session as you'd like, although we recommend not adding more than fifteen.

Surveys - A method of retrieving feedback from your attendees. Each survey that you create can have multiple questions, and can be completed offline. Responses will sync automatically once the attendee's device reconnects to the internet. 
 

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Tags - Used to filter content within the schedule. Tags can be applied to sessions, speakers, organizations, and pages. All of these can have more than one tag. 
 
Theme - A set of colors used throughout the app. You can select one of a number of pre-made themes or select the colors yourself
 
Tracks - Used to filter sessions within the schedule. An individual session can only have one track. 
 
 
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Verification Code - A unique 4-digit code attendees use when logging in.  

VIP Admin - An organization or speaker who has access to edit their own content within the app. Any speakers who are VIP Admins can also create their own session polls.   
 
VIP Admin Center - A part of the EventCenter accessible to your VIP Admins. From here, they can edit their profile for the app or create polls.  

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Activity Feed - An in-app display that shows posts made directly through the app as well as from SocialWall and any linked Twitter, Instagram, and Flickr account.
 
App - A software application developed for mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.
 
App Display Name - The name that appears on a mobile device's home screen. This name should be twelve or fewer characters. You can customize this in your App Settings menu
 
App Store Description - The description that appears in the App Store and Google Play Store. It must be at least three sentences long. You can customize this in your App Settings menu

Appointments - Scheduled meetings and get-togethers for up to ten attendees. You can create appointments or allow attendees to do it themselves.





Banners - Images, often used to promote sponsors or activities, that cycle across the top of your app. 

Beacons - A wireless device that broadcasts a signal using Bluetooth. When an attendee gets close to a beacon during a certain time frame, the beacon sends their device an alert
 

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Click - A scavenger hunt game in the app with photo challenges to encourage attendees to see more and interact more. 
 
Custom Fields - There are 22 default fields in an attendee's profile. Using custom fields, you can add even more.
 
Custom Headers - Allow you to replace default terms in the EventCenter with your own terminology. For example, if you don't use the term "Speakers," you can change the term to "Presenters."
 
 
D
 
Deep Links - A link in one app that can open a specific page in a different app. You can add deep links in CrowdCompass. However this is only recommended for organizations with an on-staff web developer. 


  
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Event Icon - The image that will display on your attendees' home screen. When tapped, it will launch your app. You can customize this in your Event Settings menu

Event Directory Short Name - A customizable portion of your app's URL. You can customize this in your App Settings menu

EventCenter - The website you'll use to add the content and customize the design of your CrowdCompass mobile app.


G
 
Game - A feature that uses gamification to encourage attendees to explore your app.

Geo Locations - A point of interest on your map. These locations have a physical street address rather than a room location. 
 
Groups - Allow you to only show specific content to certain subsets of attendees.
 
 
I
 
Icon Pack - The group of themed images that will label each of your navigation icons. You can customize these or add your own.   
 
 
L

Live Q&A - Allows attendees to submit questions directly to a session moderator through the app. Moderators can decide which questions the speakers should answer. 
 
 
M
 
Maps - Customizable maps that highlight where activities are occurring and exhibitors are located. You can associate sessions and organizations to specific points on your venue's map, which attendees can quickly reference to see where their next appointment is. 


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Navigation Icons - Buttons within the app, such as Schedule, Speakers, Exhibitors, and Maps, that allow attendees to access content. These icons show on the home screen and in the side menu under the Event Guide. They can be customized to your heart's content.  
 
 
O
 
Online Event Guide - The online version of your app. You can also use it to preview your event while building

Organizations - Exhibitors, companies, or sponsors associated with your event. 
 

P
 
Pages - A type of content that you can use to add more information to the app. Creating a page is a great way to provide additional resources like Wi-Fi information, directions, offsite activities, and anything else attendees may need to know. 

 
Polls - A survey-like feature with a live display of results that can be projected in real time. Each poll is only one question, but you can have multiple polls. 
 
Push Notifications - A message sent to an attendee's device which can be used to inform, remind, or update them about key information. Attendees can receive push notifications even if the app is closed, so be aware that sending push notifications may interrupt sessions that are currently ongoing. 
 
 
S
 
Schedules - Personalized schedules that you can create for any and all of your attendees. These can be created individually or imported in bulk. 
 
Sessions - Any activities happening at your event that you like to include in the app's schedule. These can be workshops, networking events, meetings, and more.


SocialWall - Aggregates social posts about your event from Twitter, Instagram and Flickr into your app's Activity Feed. You can also project your SocialWall live at your event with LiveDisplay. 

Speakers - People who are associated to a session. Frequently moderators or panelists are added as speakers as well. 

Splash Screen - The screen that appears while the event within your app is loading. On a tablet, the splash screen will double as your background. You can customize these in the EventCenter under Design. 

Subsessions - Mini-sessions that occur within a parent session. These will not appear on the agenda, only on the parent session's page. You can add as many subsessions to a session as you'd like, although we recommend not adding more than fifteen.

Surveys - A method of retrieving feedback from your attendees. Each survey that you create can have multiple questions, and can be completed offline. Responses will sync automatically once the attendee's device reconnects to the internet. 
 

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Tags - Used to filter content within the schedule. Tags can be applied to sessions, speakers, organizations, and pages. All of these can have more than one tag. 
 
Theme - A set of colors used throughout the app. You can select one of a number of pre-made themes or select the colors yourself
 
Tracks - Used to filter sessions within the schedule. An individual session can only have one track. 
 
 
V

Verification Code - A unique 4-digit code attendees use when logging in.  

VIP Admin - An organization or speaker who has access to edit their own content within the app. Any speakers who are VIP Admins can also create their own session polls.   
 
VIP Admin Center - A part of the EventCenter accessible to your VIP Admins. From here, they can edit their profile for the app or create polls.  

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Activity Feed - An in-app display that shows posts made directly through the app as well as from SocialWall and any linked Twitter, Instagram, and Flickr account.
 
App - A software application developed for mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.
 
App Display Name - The name that appears on a mobile device's home screen. This name should be twelve or fewer characters. You can customize this in your App Settings menu
 
App Store Description - The description that appears in the App Store and Google Play Store. It must be at least three sentences long. You can customize this in your App Settings menu

Appointments - Scheduled meetings and get-togethers for up to ten attendees. You can create appointments or allow attendees to do it themselves.





Banners - Images, often used to promote sponsors or activities, that cycle across the top of your app. 

Beacons - A wireless device that broadcasts a signal using Bluetooth. When an attendee gets close to a beacon during a certain time frame, the beacon sends their device an alert
 

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Click - A scavenger hunt game in the app with photo challenges to encourage attendees to see more and interact more. 
 
Custom Fields - There are 22 default fields in an attendee's profile. Using custom fields, you can add even more.
 
Custom Headers - Allow you to replace default terms in the EventCenter with your own terminology. For example, if you don't use the term "Speakers," you can change the term to "Presenters."
 
 
D
 
Deep Links - A link in one app that can open a specific page in a different app. You can add deep links in CrowdCompass. However this is only recommended for organizations with an on-staff web developer. 


  
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Event Icon - The image that will display on your attendees' home screen. When tapped, it will launch your app. You can customize this in your Event Settings menu

Event Directory Short Name - A customizable portion of your app's URL. You can customize this in your App Settings menu

EventCenter - The website you'll use to add the content and customize the design of your CrowdCompass mobile app.


G
 
Game - A feature that uses gamification to encourage attendees to explore your app.

Geo Locations - A point of interest on your map. These locations have a physical street address rather than a room location. 
 
Groups - Allow you to only show specific content to certain subsets of attendees.
 
 
I
 
Icon Pack - The group of themed images that will label each of your navigation icons. You can customize these or add your own.   
 
 
L

Live Q&A - Allows attendees to submit questions directly to a session moderator through the app. Moderators can decide which questions the speakers should answer. 
 
 
M
 
Maps - Customizable maps that highlight where activities are occurring and exhibitors are located. You can associate sessions and organizations to specific points on your venue's map, which attendees can quickly reference to see where their next appointment is. 


N

Navigation Icons - Buttons within the app, such as Schedule, Speakers, Exhibitors, and Maps, that allow attendees to access content. These icons show on the home screen and in the side menu under the Event Guide. They can be customized to your heart's content.  
 
 
O
 
Online Event Guide - The online version of your app. You can also use it to preview your event while building

Organizations - Exhibitors, companies, or sponsors associated with your event. 
 

P
 
Pages - A type of content that you can use to add more information to the app. Creating a page is a great way to provide additional resources like Wi-Fi information, directions, offsite activities, and anything else attendees may need to know. 

 
Polls - A survey-like feature with a live display of results that can be projected in real time. Each poll is only one question, but you can have multiple polls. 
 
Push Notifications - A message sent to an attendee's device which can be used to inform, remind, or update them about key information. Attendees can receive push notifications even if the app is closed, so be aware that sending push notifications may interrupt sessions that are currently ongoing. 
 
 
S
 
Schedules - Personalized schedules that you can create for any and all of your attendees. These can be created individually or imported in bulk. 
 
Sessions - Any activities happening at your event that you like to include in the app's schedule. These can be workshops, networking events, meetings, and more.


SocialWall - Aggregates social posts about your event from Twitter, Instagram and Flickr into your app's Activity Feed. You can also project your SocialWall live at your event with LiveDisplay. 

Speakers - People who are associated to a session. Frequently moderators or panelists are added as speakers as well. 

Splash Screen - The screen that appears while the event within your app is loading. On a tablet, the splash screen will double as your background. You can customize these in the EventCenter under Design. 

Subsessions - Mini-sessions that occur within a parent session. These will not appear on the agenda, only on the parent session's page. You can add as many subsessions to a session as you'd like, although we recommend not adding more than fifteen.

Surveys - A method of retrieving feedback from your attendees. Each survey that you create can have multiple questions, and can be completed offline. Responses will sync automatically once the attendee's device reconnects to the internet. 
 

T
 
Tags - Used to filter content within the schedule. Tags can be applied to sessions, speakers, organizations, and pages. All of these can have more than one tag. 
 
Theme - A set of colors used throughout the app. You can select one of a number of pre-made themes or select the colors yourself
 
Tracks - Used to filter sessions within the schedule. An individual session can only have one track. 
 
 
V

Verification Code - A unique 4-digit code attendees use when logging in.  

VIP Admin - An organization or speaker who has access to edit their own content within the app. Any speakers who are VIP Admins can also create their own session polls.   
 
VIP Admin Center - A part of the EventCenter accessible to your VIP Admins. From here, they can edit their profile for the app or create polls.  

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Activity Feed - An in-app display that shows posts made directly through the app as well as from SocialWall and any linked Twitter, Instagram, and Flickr account.
 
App - A software application developed for mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.
 
App Display Name - The name that appears on a mobile device's home screen. This name should be twelve or fewer characters. You can customize this in your App Settings menu
 
App Store Description - The description that appears in the App Store and Google Play Store. It must be at least three sentences long. You can customize this in your App Settings menu

Appointments - Scheduled meetings and get-togethers for up to ten attendees. You can create appointments or allow attendees to do it themselves.





Banners - Images, often used to promote sponsors or activities, that cycle across the top of your app. 

Beacons - A wireless device that broadcasts a signal using Bluetooth. When an attendee gets close to a beacon during a certain time frame, the beacon sends their device an alert
 

C
 
Click - A scavenger hunt game in the app with photo challenges to encourage attendees to see more and interact more. 
 
Custom Fields - There are 22 default fields in an attendee's profile. Using custom fields, you can add even more.
 
Custom Headers - Allow you to replace default terms in the EventCenter with your own terminology. For example, if you don't use the term "Speakers," you can change the term to "Presenters."
 
 
D
 
Deep Links - A link in one app that can open a specific page in a different app. You can add deep links in CrowdCompass. However this is only recommended for organizations with an on-staff web developer. 


  
E
 
Event Icon - The image that will display on your attendees' home screen. When tapped, it will launch your app. You can customize this in your Event Settings menu

Event Directory Short Name - A customizable portion of your app's URL. You can customize this in your App Settings menu

EventCenter - The website you'll use to add the content and customize the design of your CrowdCompass mobile app.


G
 
Game - A feature that uses gamification to encourage attendees to explore your app.

Geo Locations - A point of interest on your map. These locations have a physical street address rather than a room location. 
 
Groups - Allow you to only show specific content to certain subsets of attendees.
 
 
I
 
Icon Pack - The group of themed images that will label each of your navigation icons. You can customize these or add your own.   
 
 
L

Live Q&A - Allows attendees to submit questions directly to a session moderator through the app. Moderators can decide which questions the speakers should answer. 
 
 
M
 
Maps - Customizable maps that highlight where activities are occurring and exhibitors are located. You can associate sessions and organizations to specific points on your venue's map, which attendees can quickly reference to see where their next appointment is. 


N

Navigation Icons - Buttons within the app, such as Schedule, Speakers, Exhibitors, and Maps, that allow attendees to access content. These icons show on the home screen and in the side menu under the Event Guide. They can be customized to your heart's content.  
 
 
O
 
Online Event Guide - The online version of your app. You can also use it to preview your event while building

Organizations - Exhibitors, companies, or sponsors associated with your event. 
 

P
 
Pages - A type of content that you can use to add more information to the app. Creating a page is a great way to provide additional resources like Wi-Fi information, directions, offsite activities, and anything else attendees may need to know. 

 
Polls - A survey-like feature with a live display of results that can be projected in real time. Each poll is only one question, but you can have multiple polls. 
 
Push Notifications - A message sent to an attendee's device which can be used to inform, remind, or update them about key information. Attendees can receive push notifications even if the app is closed, so be aware that sending push notifications may interrupt sessions that are currently ongoing. 
 
 
S
 
Schedules - Personalized schedules that you can create for any and all of your attendees. These can be created individually or imported in bulk. 
 
Sessions - Any activities happening at your event that you like to include in the app's schedule. These can be workshops, networking events, meetings, and more.


SocialWall - Aggregates social posts about your event from Twitter, Instagram and Flickr into your app's Activity Feed. You can also project your SocialWall live at your event with LiveDisplay. 

Speakers - People who are associated to a session. Frequently moderators or panelists are added as speakers as well. 

Splash Screen - The screen that appears while the event within your app is loading. On a tablet, the splash screen will double as your background. You can customize these in the EventCenter under Design. 

Subsessions - Mini-sessions that occur within a parent session. These will not appear on the agenda, only on the parent session's page. You can add as many subsessions to a session as you'd like, although we recommend not adding more than fifteen.

Surveys - A method of retrieving feedback from your attendees. Each survey that you create can have multiple questions, and can be completed offline. Responses will sync automatically once the attendee's device reconnects to the internet. 
 

T
 
Tags - Used to filter content within the schedule. Tags can be applied to sessions, speakers, organizations, and pages. All of these can have more than one tag. 
 
Theme - A set of colors used throughout the app. You can select one of a number of pre-made themes or select the colors yourself
 
Tracks - Used to filter sessions within the schedule. An individual session can only have one track. 
 
 
V

Verification Code - A unique 4-digit code attendees use when logging in.  

VIP Admin - An organization or speaker who has access to edit their own content within the app. Any speakers who are VIP Admins can also create their own session polls.   
 
VIP Admin Center - A part of the EventCenter accessible to your VIP Admins. From here, they can edit their profile for the app or create polls.  

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Activity Feed - An in-app display that shows posts made directly through the app as well as from SocialWall and any linked Twitter, Instagram, and Flickr account.
 
App - A software application developed for mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.
 
App Display Name - The name that appears on a mobile device's home screen. This name should be twelve or fewer characters. You can customize this in your App Settings menu
 
App Store Description - The description that appears in the App Store and Google Play Store. It must be at least three sentences long. You can customize this in your App Settings menu

Appointments - Scheduled meetings and get-togethers for up to ten attendees. You can create appointments or allow attendees to do it themselves.





Banners - Images, often used to promote sponsors or activities, that cycle across the top of your app. 

Beacons - A wireless device that broadcasts a signal using Bluetooth. When an attendee gets close to a beacon during a certain time frame, the beacon sends their device an alert
 

C
 
Click - A scavenger hunt game in the app with photo challenges to encourage attendees to see more and interact more. 
 
Custom Fields - There are 22 default fields in an attendee's profile. Using custom fields, you can add even more.
 
Custom Headers - Allow you to replace default terms in the EventCenter with your own terminology. For example, if you don't use the term "Speakers," you can change the term to "Presenters."
 
 
D
 
Deep Links - A link in one app that can open a specific page in a different app. You can add deep links in CrowdCompass. However this is only recommended for organizations with an on-staff web developer. 


  
E
 
Event Icon - The image that will display on your attendees' home screen. When tapped, it will launch your app. You can customize this in your Event Settings menu

Event Directory Short Name - A customizable portion of your app's URL. You can customize this in your App Settings menu

EventCenter - The website you'll use to add the content and customize the design of your CrowdCompass mobile app.


G
 
Game - A feature that uses gamification to encourage attendees to explore your app.

Geo Locations - A point of interest on your map. These locations have a physical street address rather than a room location. 
 
Groups - Allow you to only show specific content to certain subsets of attendees.
 
 
I
 
Icon Pack - The group of themed images that will label each of your navigation icons. You can customize these or add your own.   
 
 
L

Live Q&A - Allows attendees to submit questions directly to a session moderator through the app. Moderators can decide which questions the speakers should answer. 
 
 
M
 
Maps - Customizable maps that highlight where activities are occurring and exhibitors are located. You can associate sessions and organizations to specific points on your venue's map, which attendees can quickly reference to see where their next appointment is. 


N

Navigation Icons - Buttons within the app, such as Schedule, Speakers, Exhibitors, and Maps, that allow attendees to access content. These icons show on the home screen and in the side menu under the Event Guide. They can be customized to your heart's content.  
 
 
O
 
Online Event Guide - The online version of your app. You can also use it to preview your event while building

Organizations - Exhibitors, companies, or sponsors associated with your event. 
 

P
 
Pages - A type of content that you can use to add more information to the app. Creating a page is a great way to provide additional resources like Wi-Fi information, directions, offsite activities, and anything else attendees may need to know. 

 
Polls - A survey-like feature with a live display of results that can be projected in real time. Each poll is only one question, but you can have multiple polls. 
 
Push Notifications - A message sent to an attendee's device which can be used to inform, remind, or update them about key information. Attendees can receive push notifications even if the app is closed, so be aware that sending push notifications may interrupt sessions that are currently ongoing. 
 
 
S
 
Schedules - Personalized schedules that you can create for any and all of your attendees. These can be created individually or imported in bulk. 
 
Sessions - Any activities happening at your event that you like to include in the app's schedule. These can be workshops, networking events, meetings, and more.


SocialWall - Aggregates social posts about your event from Twitter, Instagram and Flickr into your app's Activity Feed. You can also project your SocialWall live at your event with LiveDisplay. 

Speakers - People who are associated to a session. Frequently moderators or panelists are added as speakers as well. 

Splash Screen - The screen that appears while the event within your app is loading. On a tablet, the splash screen will double as your background. You can customize these in the EventCenter under Design. 

Subsessions - Mini-sessions that occur within a parent session. These will not appear on the agenda, only on the parent session's page. You can add as many subsessions to a session as you'd like, although we recommend not adding more than fifteen.

Surveys - A method of retrieving feedback from your attendees. Each survey that you create can have multiple questions, and can be completed offline. Responses will sync automatically once the attendee's device reconnects to the internet. 
 

T
 
Tags - Used to filter content within the schedule. Tags can be applied to sessions, speakers, organizations, and pages. All of these can have more than one tag. 
 
Theme - A set of colors used throughout the app. You can select one of a number of pre-made themes or select the colors yourself
 
Tracks - Used to filter sessions within the schedule. An individual session can only have one track. 
 
 
V

Verification Code - A unique 4-digit code attendees use when logging in.  

VIP Admin - An organization or speaker who has access to edit their own content within the app. Any speakers who are VIP Admins can also create their own session polls.   
 
VIP Admin Center - A part of the EventCenter accessible to your VIP Admins. From here, they can edit their profile for the app or create polls.  

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Activity Feed - An in-app display that shows posts made directly through the app as well as from SocialWall and any linked Twitter, Instagram, and Flickr account.
 
App - A software application developed for mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.
 
App Display Name - The name that appears on a mobile device's home screen. This name should be twelve or fewer characters. You can customize this in your App Settings menu
 
App Store Description - The description that appears in the App Store and Google Play Store. It must be at least three sentences long. You can customize this in your App Settings menu

Appointments - Scheduled meetings and get-togethers for up to ten attendees. You can create appointments or allow attendees to do it themselves.





Banners - Images, often used to promote sponsors or activities, that cycle across the top of your app. 

Beacons - A wireless device that broadcasts a signal using Bluetooth. When an attendee gets close to a beacon during a certain time frame, the beacon sends their device an alert
 

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Click - A scavenger hunt game in the app with photo challenges to encourage attendees to see more and interact more. 
 
Custom Fields - There are 22 default fields in an attendee's profile. Using custom fields, you can add even more.
 
Custom Headers - Allow you to replace default terms in the EventCenter with your own terminology. For example, if you don't use the term "Speakers," you can change the term to "Presenters."
 
 
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Deep Links - A link in one app that can open a specific page in a different app. You can add deep links in CrowdCompass. However this is only recommended for organizations with an on-staff web developer. 


  
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Event Icon - The image that will display on your attendees' home screen. When tapped, it will launch your app. You can customize this in your Event Settings menu

Event Directory Short Name - A customizable portion of your app's URL. You can customize this in your App Settings menu

EventCenter - The website you'll use to add the content and customize the design of your CrowdCompass mobile app.


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Game - A feature that uses gamification to encourage attendees to explore your app.

Geo Locations - A point of interest on your map. These locations have a physical street address rather than a room location. 
 
Groups - Allow you to only show specific content to certain subsets of attendees.
 
 
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Icon Pack - The group of themed images that will label each of your navigation icons. You can customize these or add your own.   
 
 
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Live Q&A - Allows attendees to submit questions directly to a session moderator through the app. Moderators can decide which questions the speakers should answer. 
 
 
M
 
Maps - Customizable maps that highlight where activities are occurring and exhibitors are located. You can associate sessions and organizations to specific points on your venue's map, which attendees can quickly reference to see where their next appointment is. 


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Navigation Icons - Buttons within the app, such as Schedule, Speakers, Exhibitors, and Maps, that allow attendees to access content. These icons show on the home screen and in the side menu under the Event Guide. They can be customized to your heart's content.  
 
 
O
 
Online Event Guide - The online version of your app. You can also use it to preview your event while building

Organizations - Exhibitors, companies, or sponsors associated with your event. 
 

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Pages - A type of content that you can use to add more information to the app. Creating a page is a great way to provide additional resources like Wi-Fi information, directions, offsite activities, and anything else attendees may need to know. 

 
Polls - A survey-like feature with a live display of results that can be projected in real time. Each poll is only one question, but you can have multiple polls. 
 
Push Notifications - A message sent to an attendee's device which can be used to inform, remind, or update them about key information. Attendees can receive push notifications even if the app is closed, so be aware that sending push notifications may interrupt sessions that are currently ongoing. 
 
 
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Schedules - Personalized schedules that you can create for any and all of your attendees. These can be created individually or imported in bulk. 
 
Sessions - Any activities happening at your event that you like to include in the app's schedule. These can be workshops, networking events, meetings, and more.


SocialWall - Aggregates social posts about your event from Twitter, Instagram and Flickr into your app's Activity Feed. You can also project your SocialWall live at your event with LiveDisplay. 

Speakers - People who are associated to a session. Frequently moderators or panelists are added as speakers as well. 

Splash Screen - The screen that appears while the event within your app is loading. On a tablet, the splash screen will double as your background. You can customize these in the EventCenter under Design. 

Subsessions - Mini-sessions that occur within a parent session. These will not appear on the agenda, only on the parent session's page. You can add as many subsessions to a session as you'd like, although we recommend not adding more than fifteen.

Surveys - A method of retrieving feedback from your attendees. Each survey that you create can have multiple questions, and can be completed offline. Responses will sync automatically once the attendee's device reconnects to the internet. 
 

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Tags - Used to filter content within the schedule. Tags can be applied to sessions, speakers, organizations, and pages. All of these can have more than one tag. 
 
Theme - A set of colors used throughout the app. You can select one of a number of pre-made themes or select the colors yourself
 
Tracks - Used to filter sessions within the schedule. An individual session can only have one track. 
 
 
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Verification Code - A unique 4-digit code attendees use when logging in.  

VIP Admin - An organization or speaker who has access to edit their own content within the app. Any speakers who are VIP Admins can also create their own session polls.   
 
VIP Admin Center - A part of the EventCenter accessible to your VIP Admins. From here, they can edit their profile for the app or create polls.  

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