Product Updates for Oct-Dec 2017

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The following items were released in the fourth quarter of 2017 and can be found in our products today.
Event Management

Improved the Marketo Integration: You can bulk import and export contacts, and confirm Custom ID using Marketo as an external data source. Marketo's REST API provides higher daily API limits. You can update duplicate match leads by the most recent "last modified" date in Marketo, and perform actions on Marketo leads without modifying it's data. And finally, a new report has been added to sync gain insights data.

Added "Records Transferred to Eloqua": You can view all invitee and guest records transferred from Cvent to Eloqua, the sync status, and error messages for failed records.

Added Tags for Event Calendars: You can now select custom event fields to be displayed as tags on event calendars. Tags can be used to highlight event information so that invitees can find specific events easily.

Added No-Registration and Closed Events to the Event Calendar: You can now display these event types on your event calendars.

Made Event Calendars Global: You can now display events in languages other than the calendar language.

Added Image Slideshow on Event Calendar: You can now showcase your important events by adding an image slideshow.

Update to Duplicating Event Calendars: Duplicating a calendar now copies the last published version of the calendar website.

Added the "Registrant Extract" Report: You can now see a registrant's personal information, registration and travel details, responses to event survey questions, planner memos, internal notes, and optional items within a single CSV file.

Updated the “Air Actual and Hotel Discrepancy” Report: You can now see planner memos, answers to Internal Information questions, and internal notes to help you get background on discrepancies in travel requests.

Updated the “Air Requests” Report: The “Date of Birth” field is now available for passengers.

Updated the “Invitees & Registrants” Report: You can now identify invitees who have unsubscribed, view financial totals for both invitees and guests, and view balance due.

Copy Saved Reports into New Events: When you copy an existing event or use an event template, your saved reports will now be copied over.

Introduced the Admin Redesign: We redesigned pages and updated the site's navigation. We also added the option to set your language, locale, and time zone preferences. With localization support, you can create and manage your events in eleven different languages.

Improved the Ability to Add Media and Document files: Its new look also includes the ability to drag-and-drop uploads from your desktop or computer, upload files in bulk, and switch between a grid or list. You can also view file size, created date, created by, modified date, and modified by. This is available in your events, Contacts, and New Admin (excluding the Media Library and Document Library pages).

Added API Support for Custom Budget Item Fields: You can now include custom budget item fields in calls for updating or creating budget items.
 
Inquisium
 
Updated the “Answer Details” Report: You can now display one respondent per row. 

Added Event and Custom Fields to Survey Reports: For known surveys integrated with events, you can now add event fields or custom event fields to your reports to filter and group data.

Added New Rating Questions and Settings: Rating questions can now be Choice - Single Answer and Matrix - Single Answer questions. You can indicate which end of the rating scales is positive to affect the Top 2 and Bottom 2 measurements. The “Answer Summary” report will show overall ratings as well Top 2 and Bottom 2 percentages.

Ability to Filter and Group Answer Summary Data Using Multi-Select Fields: You can now group and filter by multi-select questions, custom contact fields, and event fields in the “Answer Summary” and “Answer Summary with Trends” reports.

Improved Set Batch Size Limits for Inquisium Activity Tracker: To help avoid Salesforce governor limits, you can now reduce your activity tracker batch size from 30 activity records.

Improved Reprocessing Time for Failed Records: You can now reduce the retry count for each failed Inquisium activity tracker record from 5 to 2 to increase processing speed.
 
Appointments
 

Treat Attendees in Sessions as Busy: You can now specify which optional and included sessions will mark attendees as busy when scheduling appointments. For example, you could treat attendees in the "Keynote" session as Busy, but attendees registered for the "Registration Open" session as Available.

Search and Sort Sessions: Within an appointment event, search for and sort sessions to easily find the ones you want to mark as Busy on attendee calendars. The list of sessions is also now paginated, making it easier to scroll through.

Enhanced Attendee Profiles and Filtering: You can now display open-ended text custom contact fields, admission items, travel questions, and session questions in attendee profiles so that attendees can use them as filters on the Directory page. 

New Way to Create Appointment Events: You can now create a new appointment event by duplicating an existing one. This allows you to keep the same locations, groups, appointment types, schedule rules, email templates, and website settings.

New Views for Schedules: Break schedules down by week. Attendees and exhibitor admins can now view their schedule in a 5- or 7-day mode in addition to the existing 1- and 3-day modes.

Availability Visibility Enhancement: See who's available to meet at any given time. Attendees can now choose a potential appointment time and quickly determine who's free or busy. Once they've picked the time they want, attendees can then filter out anyone who's busy and start sending invitations.

Automatic Group Assignment: Easily and quickly add attendees to the right groups by setting up assignment rules. With these rules, an attendee’s registration type, admission item, email address, title, or company (in addition to custom contact fields) can determine which group they’re added to. This means even new registrants can immediately start managing their own appointments without waiting for you to add them.

 Abstract Management

Added Planner Notifications for New Submissions: If enabled, the notification will be sent whenever you receive a new submission

Automatically Assign Reviews: Whenever a submission is received, it will automatically be assigned to the reviewers assigned associated to that submission topic. Once assigned, reviewers will also be notified via the review invitation. 

Updates for Speakers and Sessions: On the Session Scheduling calendar, you can now quickly get an overview of who the speakers are for each of your sessions. To avoid scheduling conflicts, we now also prevent speakers from having overlapping sessions or being double-booked. 

New “Authors & Co-Authors” Report: Return author and co-author data grouped by submission. For each submission, this report will display all authors and co-authors as well as their associated fields. As with other reports, you can modify, sort, and filter data as needed. You can also export the report in Excel, CSV, or TXT format.

Presentation Types: Want authors to present their topics in a certain format at your event? You can now set the presentation types (panel, roundtable, workshop, etc.) available for authors to choose when they make submissions, or enable reviewers to suggest presentation type for submissions as part of their reviews. This "Presentation Type" field is now included in the "Submissions" report and available as a data tag for emails. 

Co-Author as a Speaker: Any co-authors associated to a submission that is being created as a session will also be pulled into that session and selected as a speaker

Bulk Download Profile Images and Submission Files: Within a project, you can now download multiple files (either submission attachments or profile images) at the same time. Once downloaded, the files will be available within the project for seven days. 
 
CrowdCompass

Overhauled the attendee profile page: We've redesigned the Edit Profile page so attendees can find privacy settings more easily, get a better idea of how their profile photo will look when uploading it, and link their social media accounts without scrolling so far down. 

Enhanced the metric dashboard's date functionality: Your metrics dashboard now includes data from two weeks before your event, by default, and remembers the date range you chose every time you check back (as long as you use the same browser).

Added Native 12.9" iPad Pro Support: We now support the full native resolution of 12.9” iPad Pro. Previously, the app would open on this device, but at a lower resolution that looked blurry.

Updated the AttendeeHub Landing Page: When an attendee first opens the AttendeeHub app, they are greeted with a new large search box without other distractions on the page. This guides the attendee to search for their event using the name or password.

Added a profile setup wizard for attendees: To prepare attendees for networking through the app, a setup wizard walks them through filling out their profile and adding a profile picture as soon as they log in. This feature is enabled by default, but you can turn it off in Event Settings > Attendee Options. It will not work with events using company SSO login.

Extended verification code text alerts to international numbers: Attendees with international numbers can now receive their verification code via text. You must add the numbers to the Mobile Number field in the EventCenter before attendees log in, so be sure to collect the digits during registration. 

Added event information to Android push notifications: On Android, push notifications now show the event icon and name. This helps attendees recognize where the push notification is coming from. They're much more likely to know what event they’re at than the app the event is in.

Added ability to sort and edit push notificationsClick the arrow in the column headers to sort your push notifications by what’s up next, what’s going out last, or alphabetically. You can also search for keywords in the notifications. Once you've found it, you can even change the message itself or delete it as long as it's not going out within five minutes. 
 
Onsite Solutions

Extended Registration Question and Custom Fields to OSSYou can now add attendee fields and questions in OnSite Solutions. You also have the option to share them with exhibitors. Prior to this update, this functionality was only available in Event Management. 

Added verification for RFID attendance: An onsite Project Coordinator can now verify when a room is empty and enter that information into attendance service to provide more accurate attendee duration data. This is only available for OnArrival 360 customers.

Added two reports to LeadCapture: The “Leads Per Exhibitor” report displays the total number of leads captured by an exhibitor during an event in a table and bar chart format. The “Leads Over Time” report displays all leads captured by an exhibitor over a specified period of time during an event in a line graph format.

Premiered OnArrival Offline Registration: You can now register attendees completely offline and then once you connect to a network, all registrant information will sync automatically. 

Updated Session Access Control: Session Access Control now gives you the ability to dictate whether walk-ins for a session are allowed to register or check in onsite, as well as decide which attendees can attend sessions based on Registration Type or Ticket Type. In addition to walk-ins, Session Access Control also offers capacity checks.

Updated the OnArrival Event Overview: We have made changes to the event overview screen to improve session navigation. From the session list, you can now select an individual session by searching for a specific date or filtering by location. Once a location has been selected, you can also view all sessions that will occur at that designated location.

Introduced Business Card Scanning in LeadCapture: You can now use your device’s camera to take a picture of a business card and we’ll transcribe it for you. Typically, this takes around 20 minutes. You can still qualify the lead while it’s being transcribed, and, once the transcription is complete, you can then edit the details. 
 
Supplier Network
 
Added a New City Filter: You can now filter search results by city to make sure the most relevant results are being returned.

Improved Search Result Accuracy: When searching specifically by country name, U.S. state, Canadian province, or the Caribbean, you will now only see results within the geographic boundary they searched.

Added “What’s New” section on CSN Home Page: You can now see recent articles and sponsored content from the Cvent Blog underneath the search box on the Cvent Supplier Network (CSN) home page.

Included More Relevant Venues on CSN Home Page: Previously, the promoted venues on the new CSN search home screen were based on the region where you were located.  We have made logic changes so that promoted venues will be served based on your recent search history and not just your location.

Created a CVB Territory Mapping Tool: CVBs can now define the area they represent on a map using polygons so they will be more appropriately placed into a planner’s search results.  

Updated the Map View: You can now see corresponding venue details displayed on the map and in the left-hand column, toggle the left-hand column to display the listings or the filters, click a pin or search result in the listings to open the venue’s Quick View, and updated how the pins, icons, and venues appear when you zoom, pan, or hover over them.

Added New Passkey Venues: A “Passkey Enabled” tag has been added to search results for venues with it enabled. You can filter for Passkey venues by going to the Amenities filter and selecting Passkey Enabled under the Services section.

Updated the Venue’s Contact Details: When logged in, you can now see the venue’s phone number and fax number in the Contact section of the venue’s profile.

Created a New Venue Dashboard: Venues can now view their request for proposals (RFPs), sleeping room data, and high-level statistics in one location. This dashboard can be found on the Overview tab.

Added New Diamond+ TaglineNow you can enter a tagline that will be displayed when you have an active Diamond+ ad to help your ad standout among the rest.

Added New User Group Visibility Controls: Now suppliers can control the visibility of public views by user group when creating custom views.
 

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The following items were released in the fourth quarter of 2017 and can be found in our products today.
Event Management

Improved the Marketo Integration: You can bulk import and export contacts, and confirm Custom ID using Marketo as an external data source. Marketo's REST API provides higher daily API limits. You can update duplicate match leads by the most recent "last modified" date in Marketo, and perform actions on Marketo leads without modifying it's data. And finally, a new report has been added to sync gain insights data.

Added "Records Transferred to Eloqua": You can view all invitee and guest records transferred from Cvent to Eloqua, the sync status, and error messages for failed records.

Added Tags for Event Calendars: You can now select custom event fields to be displayed as tags on event calendars. Tags can be used to highlight event information so that invitees can find specific events easily.

Added No-Registration and Closed Events to the Event Calendar: You can now display these event types on your event calendars.

Made Event Calendars Global: You can now display events in languages other than the calendar language.

Added Image Slideshow on Event Calendar: You can now showcase your important events by adding an image slideshow.

Update to Duplicating Event Calendars: Duplicating a calendar now copies the last published version of the calendar website.

Added the "Registrant Extract" Report: You can now see a registrant's personal information, registration and travel details, responses to event survey questions, planner memos, internal notes, and optional items within a single CSV file.

Updated the “Air Actual and Hotel Discrepancy” Report: You can now see planner memos, answers to Internal Information questions, and internal notes to help you get background on discrepancies in travel requests.

Updated the “Air Requests” Report: The “Date of Birth” field is now available for passengers.

Updated the “Invitees & Registrants” Report: You can now identify invitees who have unsubscribed, view financial totals for both invitees and guests, and view balance due.

Copy Saved Reports into New Events: When you copy an existing event or use an event template, your saved reports will now be copied over.

Introduced the Admin Redesign: We redesigned pages and updated the site's navigation. We also added the option to set your language, locale, and time zone preferences. With localization support, you can create and manage your events in eleven different languages.

Improved the Ability to Add Media and Document files: Its new look also includes the ability to drag-and-drop uploads from your desktop or computer, upload files in bulk, and switch between a grid or list. You can also view file size, created date, created by, modified date, and modified by. This is available in your events, Contacts, and New Admin (excluding the Media Library and Document Library pages).

Added API Support for Custom Budget Item Fields: You can now include custom budget item fields in calls for updating or creating budget items.
 
Inquisium
 
Updated the “Answer Details” Report: You can now display one respondent per row. 

Added Event and Custom Fields to Survey Reports: For known surveys integrated with events, you can now add event fields or custom event fields to your reports to filter and group data.

Added New Rating Questions and Settings: Rating questions can now be Choice - Single Answer and Matrix - Single Answer questions. You can indicate which end of the rating scales is positive to affect the Top 2 and Bottom 2 measurements. The “Answer Summary” report will show overall ratings as well Top 2 and Bottom 2 percentages.

Ability to Filter and Group Answer Summary Data Using Multi-Select Fields: You can now group and filter by multi-select questions, custom contact fields, and event fields in the “Answer Summary” and “Answer Summary with Trends” reports.

Improved Set Batch Size Limits for Inquisium Activity Tracker: To help avoid Salesforce governor limits, you can now reduce your activity tracker batch size from 30 activity records.

Improved Reprocessing Time for Failed Records: You can now reduce the retry count for each failed Inquisium activity tracker record from 5 to 2 to increase processing speed.
 
Appointments
 

Treat Attendees in Sessions as Busy: You can now specify which optional and included sessions will mark attendees as busy when scheduling appointments. For example, you could treat attendees in the "Keynote" session as Busy, but attendees registered for the "Registration Open" session as Available.

Search and Sort Sessions: Within an appointment event, search for and sort sessions to easily find the ones you want to mark as Busy on attendee calendars. The list of sessions is also now paginated, making it easier to scroll through.

Enhanced Attendee Profiles and Filtering: You can now display open-ended text custom contact fields, admission items, travel questions, and session questions in attendee profiles so that attendees can use them as filters on the Directory page. 

New Way to Create Appointment Events: You can now create a new appointment event by duplicating an existing one. This allows you to keep the same locations, groups, appointment types, schedule rules, email templates, and website settings.

New Views for Schedules: Break schedules down by week. Attendees and exhibitor admins can now view their schedule in a 5- or 7-day mode in addition to the existing 1- and 3-day modes.

Availability Visibility Enhancement: See who's available to meet at any given time. Attendees can now choose a potential appointment time and quickly determine who's free or busy. Once they've picked the time they want, attendees can then filter out anyone who's busy and start sending invitations.

Automatic Group Assignment: Easily and quickly add attendees to the right groups by setting up assignment rules. With these rules, an attendee’s registration type, admission item, email address, title, or company (in addition to custom contact fields) can determine which group they’re added to. This means even new registrants can immediately start managing their own appointments without waiting for you to add them.

 Abstract Management

Added Planner Notifications for New Submissions: If enabled, the notification will be sent whenever you receive a new submission

Automatically Assign Reviews: Whenever a submission is received, it will automatically be assigned to the reviewers assigned associated to that submission topic. Once assigned, reviewers will also be notified via the review invitation. 

Updates for Speakers and Sessions: On the Session Scheduling calendar, you can now quickly get an overview of who the speakers are for each of your sessions. To avoid scheduling conflicts, we now also prevent speakers from having overlapping sessions or being double-booked. 

New “Authors & Co-Authors” Report: Return author and co-author data grouped by submission. For each submission, this report will display all authors and co-authors as well as their associated fields. As with other reports, you can modify, sort, and filter data as needed. You can also export the report in Excel, CSV, or TXT format.

Presentation Types: Want authors to present their topics in a certain format at your event? You can now set the presentation types (panel, roundtable, workshop, etc.) available for authors to choose when they make submissions, or enable reviewers to suggest presentation type for submissions as part of their reviews. This "Presentation Type" field is now included in the "Submissions" report and available as a data tag for emails. 

Co-Author as a Speaker: Any co-authors associated to a submission that is being created as a session will also be pulled into that session and selected as a speaker

Bulk Download Profile Images and Submission Files: Within a project, you can now download multiple files (either submission attachments or profile images) at the same time. Once downloaded, the files will be available within the project for seven days. 
 
CrowdCompass

Overhauled the attendee profile page: We've redesigned the Edit Profile page so attendees can find privacy settings more easily, get a better idea of how their profile photo will look when uploading it, and link their social media accounts without scrolling so far down. 

Enhanced the metric dashboard's date functionality: Your metrics dashboard now includes data from two weeks before your event, by default, and remembers the date range you chose every time you check back (as long as you use the same browser).

Added Native 12.9" iPad Pro Support: We now support the full native resolution of 12.9” iPad Pro. Previously, the app would open on this device, but at a lower resolution that looked blurry.

Updated the AttendeeHub Landing Page: When an attendee first opens the AttendeeHub app, they are greeted with a new large search box without other distractions on the page. This guides the attendee to search for their event using the name or password.

Added a profile setup wizard for attendees: To prepare attendees for networking through the app, a setup wizard walks them through filling out their profile and adding a profile picture as soon as they log in. This feature is enabled by default, but you can turn it off in Event Settings > Attendee Options. It will not work with events using company SSO login.

Extended verification code text alerts to international numbers: Attendees with international numbers can now receive their verification code via text. You must add the numbers to the Mobile Number field in the EventCenter before attendees log in, so be sure to collect the digits during registration. 

Added event information to Android push notifications: On Android, push notifications now show the event icon and name. This helps attendees recognize where the push notification is coming from. They're much more likely to know what event they’re at than the app the event is in.

Added ability to sort and edit push notificationsClick the arrow in the column headers to sort your push notifications by what’s up next, what’s going out last, or alphabetically. You can also search for keywords in the notifications. Once you've found it, you can even change the message itself or delete it as long as it's not going out within five minutes. 
 
Onsite Solutions

Extended Registration Question and Custom Fields to OSSYou can now add attendee fields and questions in OnSite Solutions. You also have the option to share them with exhibitors. Prior to this update, this functionality was only available in Event Management. 

Added verification for RFID attendance: An onsite Project Coordinator can now verify when a room is empty and enter that information into attendance service to provide more accurate attendee duration data. This is only available for OnArrival 360 customers.

Added two reports to LeadCapture: The “Leads Per Exhibitor” report displays the total number of leads captured by an exhibitor during an event in a table and bar chart format. The “Leads Over Time” report displays all leads captured by an exhibitor over a specified period of time during an event in a line graph format.

Premiered OnArrival Offline Registration: You can now register attendees completely offline and then once you connect to a network, all registrant information will sync automatically. 

Updated Session Access Control: Session Access Control now gives you the ability to dictate whether walk-ins for a session are allowed to register or check in onsite, as well as decide which attendees can attend sessions based on Registration Type or Ticket Type. In addition to walk-ins, Session Access Control also offers capacity checks.

Updated the OnArrival Event Overview: We have made changes to the event overview screen to improve session navigation. From the session list, you can now select an individual session by searching for a specific date or filtering by location. Once a location has been selected, you can also view all sessions that will occur at that designated location.

Introduced Business Card Scanning in LeadCapture: You can now use your device’s camera to take a picture of a business card and we’ll transcribe it for you. Typically, this takes around 20 minutes. You can still qualify the lead while it’s being transcribed, and, once the transcription is complete, you can then edit the details. 
 
Supplier Network
 
Added a New City Filter: You can now filter search results by city to make sure the most relevant results are being returned.

Improved Search Result Accuracy: When searching specifically by country name, U.S. state, Canadian province, or the Caribbean, you will now only see results within the geographic boundary they searched.

Added “What’s New” section on CSN Home Page: You can now see recent articles and sponsored content from the Cvent Blog underneath the search box on the Cvent Supplier Network (CSN) home page.

Included More Relevant Venues on CSN Home Page: Previously, the promoted venues on the new CSN search home screen were based on the region where you were located.  We have made logic changes so that promoted venues will be served based on your recent search history and not just your location.

Created a CVB Territory Mapping Tool: CVBs can now define the area they represent on a map using polygons so they will be more appropriately placed into a planner’s search results.  

Updated the Map View: You can now see corresponding venue details displayed on the map and in the left-hand column, toggle the left-hand column to display the listings or the filters, click a pin or search result in the listings to open the venue’s Quick View, and updated how the pins, icons, and venues appear when you zoom, pan, or hover over them.

Added New Passkey Venues: A “Passkey Enabled” tag has been added to search results for venues with it enabled. You can filter for Passkey venues by going to the Amenities filter and selecting Passkey Enabled under the Services section.

Updated the Venue’s Contact Details: When logged in, you can now see the venue’s phone number and fax number in the Contact section of the venue’s profile.

Created a New Venue Dashboard: Venues can now view their request for proposals (RFPs), sleeping room data, and high-level statistics in one location. This dashboard can be found on the Overview tab.

Added New Diamond+ TaglineNow you can enter a tagline that will be displayed when you have an active Diamond+ ad to help your ad standout among the rest.

Added New User Group Visibility Controls: Now suppliers can control the visibility of public views by user group when creating custom views.
 

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The following items were released in the fourth quarter of 2017 and can be found in our products today.
Event Management

Improved the Marketo Integration: You can bulk import and export contacts, and confirm Custom ID using Marketo as an external data source. Marketo's REST API provides higher daily API limits. You can update duplicate match leads by the most recent "last modified" date in Marketo, and perform actions on Marketo leads without modifying it's data. And finally, a new report has been added to sync gain insights data.

Added "Records Transferred to Eloqua": You can view all invitee and guest records transferred from Cvent to Eloqua, the sync status, and error messages for failed records.

Added Tags for Event Calendars: You can now select custom event fields to be displayed as tags on event calendars. Tags can be used to highlight event information so that invitees can find specific events easily.

Added No-Registration and Closed Events to the Event Calendar: You can now display these event types on your event calendars.

Made Event Calendars Global: You can now display events in languages other than the calendar language.

Added Image Slideshow on Event Calendar: You can now showcase your important events by adding an image slideshow.

Update to Duplicating Event Calendars: Duplicating a calendar now copies the last published version of the calendar website.

Added the "Registrant Extract" Report: You can now see a registrant's personal information, registration and travel details, responses to event survey questions, planner memos, internal notes, and optional items within a single CSV file.

Updated the “Air Actual and Hotel Discrepancy” Report: You can now see planner memos, answers to Internal Information questions, and internal notes to help you get background on discrepancies in travel requests.

Updated the “Air Requests” Report: The “Date of Birth” field is now available for passengers.

Updated the “Invitees & Registrants” Report: You can now identify invitees who have unsubscribed, view financial totals for both invitees and guests, and view balance due.

Copy Saved Reports into New Events: When you copy an existing event or use an event template, your saved reports will now be copied over.

Introduced the Admin Redesign: We redesigned pages and updated the site's navigation. We also added the option to set your language, locale, and time zone preferences. With localization support, you can create and manage your events in eleven different languages.

Improved the Ability to Add Media and Document files: Its new look also includes the ability to drag-and-drop uploads from your desktop or computer, upload files in bulk, and switch between a grid or list. You can also view file size, created date, created by, modified date, and modified by. This is available in your events, Contacts, and New Admin (excluding the Media Library and Document Library pages).

Added API Support for Custom Budget Item Fields: You can now include custom budget item fields in calls for updating or creating budget items.
 
Inquisium
 
Updated the “Answer Details” Report: You can now display one respondent per row. 

Added Event and Custom Fields to Survey Reports: For known surveys integrated with events, you can now add event fields or custom event fields to your reports to filter and group data.

Added New Rating Questions and Settings: Rating questions can now be Choice - Single Answer and Matrix - Single Answer questions. You can indicate which end of the rating scales is positive to affect the Top 2 and Bottom 2 measurements. The “Answer Summary” report will show overall ratings as well Top 2 and Bottom 2 percentages.

Ability to Filter and Group Answer Summary Data Using Multi-Select Fields: You can now group and filter by multi-select questions, custom contact fields, and event fields in the “Answer Summary” and “Answer Summary with Trends” reports.

Improved Set Batch Size Limits for Inquisium Activity Tracker: To help avoid Salesforce governor limits, you can now reduce your activity tracker batch size from 30 activity records.

Improved Reprocessing Time for Failed Records: You can now reduce the retry count for each failed Inquisium activity tracker record from 5 to 2 to increase processing speed.
 
Appointments
 

Treat Attendees in Sessions as Busy: You can now specify which optional and included sessions will mark attendees as busy when scheduling appointments. For example, you could treat attendees in the "Keynote" session as Busy, but attendees registered for the "Registration Open" session as Available.

Search and Sort Sessions: Within an appointment event, search for and sort sessions to easily find the ones you want to mark as Busy on attendee calendars. The list of sessions is also now paginated, making it easier to scroll through.

Enhanced Attendee Profiles and Filtering: You can now display open-ended text custom contact fields, admission items, travel questions, and session questions in attendee profiles so that attendees can use them as filters on the Directory page. 

New Way to Create Appointment Events: You can now create a new appointment event by duplicating an existing one. This allows you to keep the same locations, groups, appointment types, schedule rules, email templates, and website settings.

New Views for Schedules: Break schedules down by week. Attendees and exhibitor admins can now view their schedule in a 5- or 7-day mode in addition to the existing 1- and 3-day modes.

Availability Visibility Enhancement: See who's available to meet at any given time. Attendees can now choose a potential appointment time and quickly determine who's free or busy. Once they've picked the time they want, attendees can then filter out anyone who's busy and start sending invitations.

Automatic Group Assignment: Easily and quickly add attendees to the right groups by setting up assignment rules. With these rules, an attendee’s registration type, admission item, email address, title, or company (in addition to custom contact fields) can determine which group they’re added to. This means even new registrants can immediately start managing their own appointments without waiting for you to add them.

 Abstract Management

Added Planner Notifications for New Submissions: If enabled, the notification will be sent whenever you receive a new submission

Automatically Assign Reviews: Whenever a submission is received, it will automatically be assigned to the reviewers assigned associated to that submission topic. Once assigned, reviewers will also be notified via the review invitation. 

Updates for Speakers and Sessions: On the Session Scheduling calendar, you can now quickly get an overview of who the speakers are for each of your sessions. To avoid scheduling conflicts, we now also prevent speakers from having overlapping sessions or being double-booked. 

New “Authors & Co-Authors” Report: Return author and co-author data grouped by submission. For each submission, this report will display all authors and co-authors as well as their associated fields. As with other reports, you can modify, sort, and filter data as needed. You can also export the report in Excel, CSV, or TXT format.

Presentation Types: Want authors to present their topics in a certain format at your event? You can now set the presentation types (panel, roundtable, workshop, etc.) available for authors to choose when they make submissions, or enable reviewers to suggest presentation type for submissions as part of their reviews. This "Presentation Type" field is now included in the "Submissions" report and available as a data tag for emails. 

Co-Author as a Speaker: Any co-authors associated to a submission that is being created as a session will also be pulled into that session and selected as a speaker

Bulk Download Profile Images and Submission Files: Within a project, you can now download multiple files (either submission attachments or profile images) at the same time. Once downloaded, the files will be available within the project for seven days. 
 
CrowdCompass

Overhauled the attendee profile page: We've redesigned the Edit Profile page so attendees can find privacy settings more easily, get a better idea of how their profile photo will look when uploading it, and link their social media accounts without scrolling so far down. 

Enhanced the metric dashboard's date functionality: Your metrics dashboard now includes data from two weeks before your event, by default, and remembers the date range you chose every time you check back (as long as you use the same browser).

Added Native 12.9" iPad Pro Support: We now support the full native resolution of 12.9” iPad Pro. Previously, the app would open on this device, but at a lower resolution that looked blurry.

Updated the AttendeeHub Landing Page: When an attendee first opens the AttendeeHub app, they are greeted with a new large search box without other distractions on the page. This guides the attendee to search for their event using the name or password.

Added a profile setup wizard for attendees: To prepare attendees for networking through the app, a setup wizard walks them through filling out their profile and adding a profile picture as soon as they log in. This feature is enabled by default, but you can turn it off in Event Settings > Attendee Options. It will not work with events using company SSO login.

Extended verification code text alerts to international numbers: Attendees with international numbers can now receive their verification code via text. You must add the numbers to the Mobile Number field in the EventCenter before attendees log in, so be sure to collect the digits during registration. 

Added event information to Android push notifications: On Android, push notifications now show the event icon and name. This helps attendees recognize where the push notification is coming from. They're much more likely to know what event they’re at than the app the event is in.

Added ability to sort and edit push notificationsClick the arrow in the column headers to sort your push notifications by what’s up next, what’s going out last, or alphabetically. You can also search for keywords in the notifications. Once you've found it, you can even change the message itself or delete it as long as it's not going out within five minutes. 
 
Onsite Solutions

Extended Registration Question and Custom Fields to OSSYou can now add attendee fields and questions in OnSite Solutions. You also have the option to share them with exhibitors. Prior to this update, this functionality was only available in Event Management. 

Added verification for RFID attendance: An onsite Project Coordinator can now verify when a room is empty and enter that information into attendance service to provide more accurate attendee duration data. This is only available for OnArrival 360 customers.

Added two reports to LeadCapture: The “Leads Per Exhibitor” report displays the total number of leads captured by an exhibitor during an event in a table and bar chart format. The “Leads Over Time” report displays all leads captured by an exhibitor over a specified period of time during an event in a line graph format.

Premiered OnArrival Offline Registration: You can now register attendees completely offline and then once you connect to a network, all registrant information will sync automatically. 

Updated Session Access Control: Session Access Control now gives you the ability to dictate whether walk-ins for a session are allowed to register or check in onsite, as well as decide which attendees can attend sessions based on Registration Type or Ticket Type. In addition to walk-ins, Session Access Control also offers capacity checks.

Updated the OnArrival Event Overview: We have made changes to the event overview screen to improve session navigation. From the session list, you can now select an individual session by searching for a specific date or filtering by location. Once a location has been selected, you can also view all sessions that will occur at that designated location.

Introduced Business Card Scanning in LeadCapture: You can now use your device’s camera to take a picture of a business card and we’ll transcribe it for you. Typically, this takes around 20 minutes. You can still qualify the lead while it’s being transcribed, and, once the transcription is complete, you can then edit the details. 
 
Supplier Network
 
Added a New City Filter: You can now filter search results by city to make sure the most relevant results are being returned.

Improved Search Result Accuracy: When searching specifically by country name, U.S. state, Canadian province, or the Caribbean, you will now only see results within the geographic boundary they searched.

Added “What’s New” section on CSN Home Page: You can now see recent articles and sponsored content from the Cvent Blog underneath the search box on the Cvent Supplier Network (CSN) home page.

Included More Relevant Venues on CSN Home Page: Previously, the promoted venues on the new CSN search home screen were based on the region where you were located.  We have made logic changes so that promoted venues will be served based on your recent search history and not just your location.

Created a CVB Territory Mapping Tool: CVBs can now define the area they represent on a map using polygons so they will be more appropriately placed into a planner’s search results.  

Updated the Map View: You can now see corresponding venue details displayed on the map and in the left-hand column, toggle the left-hand column to display the listings or the filters, click a pin or search result in the listings to open the venue’s Quick View, and updated how the pins, icons, and venues appear when you zoom, pan, or hover over them.

Added New Passkey Venues: A “Passkey Enabled” tag has been added to search results for venues with it enabled. You can filter for Passkey venues by going to the Amenities filter and selecting Passkey Enabled under the Services section.

Updated the Venue’s Contact Details: When logged in, you can now see the venue’s phone number and fax number in the Contact section of the venue’s profile.

Created a New Venue Dashboard: Venues can now view their request for proposals (RFPs), sleeping room data, and high-level statistics in one location. This dashboard can be found on the Overview tab.

Added New Diamond+ TaglineNow you can enter a tagline that will be displayed when you have an active Diamond+ ad to help your ad standout among the rest.

Added New User Group Visibility Controls: Now suppliers can control the visibility of public views by user group when creating custom views.
 

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The following items were released in the fourth quarter of 2017 and can be found in our products today.
Event Management

Improved the Marketo Integration: You can bulk import and export contacts, and confirm Custom ID using Marketo as an external data source. Marketo's REST API provides higher daily API limits. You can update duplicate match leads by the most recent "last modified" date in Marketo, and perform actions on Marketo leads without modifying it's data. And finally, a new report has been added to sync gain insights data.

Added "Records Transferred to Eloqua": You can view all invitee and guest records transferred from Cvent to Eloqua, the sync status, and error messages for failed records.

Added Tags for Event Calendars: You can now select custom event fields to be displayed as tags on event calendars. Tags can be used to highlight event information so that invitees can find specific events easily.

Added No-Registration and Closed Events to the Event Calendar: You can now display these event types on your event calendars.

Made Event Calendars Global: You can now display events in languages other than the calendar language.

Added Image Slideshow on Event Calendar: You can now showcase your important events by adding an image slideshow.

Update to Duplicating Event Calendars: Duplicating a calendar now copies the last published version of the calendar website.

Added the "Registrant Extract" Report: You can now see a registrant's personal information, registration and travel details, responses to event survey questions, planner memos, internal notes, and optional items within a single CSV file.

Updated the “Air Actual and Hotel Discrepancy” Report: You can now see planner memos, answers to Internal Information questions, and internal notes to help you get background on discrepancies in travel requests.

Updated the “Air Requests” Report: The “Date of Birth” field is now available for passengers.

Updated the “Invitees & Registrants” Report: You can now identify invitees who have unsubscribed, view financial totals for both invitees and guests, and view balance due.

Copy Saved Reports into New Events: When you copy an existing event or use an event template, your saved reports will now be copied over.

Introduced the Admin Redesign: We redesigned pages and updated the site's navigation. We also added the option to set your language, locale, and time zone preferences. With localization support, you can create and manage your events in eleven different languages.

Improved the Ability to Add Media and Document files: Its new look also includes the ability to drag-and-drop uploads from your desktop or computer, upload files in bulk, and switch between a grid or list. You can also view file size, created date, created by, modified date, and modified by. This is available in your events, Contacts, and New Admin (excluding the Media Library and Document Library pages).

Added API Support for Custom Budget Item Fields: You can now include custom budget item fields in calls for updating or creating budget items.
 
Inquisium
 
Updated the “Answer Details” Report: You can now display one respondent per row. 

Added Event and Custom Fields to Survey Reports: For known surveys integrated with events, you can now add event fields or custom event fields to your reports to filter and group data.

Added New Rating Questions and Settings: Rating questions can now be Choice - Single Answer and Matrix - Single Answer questions. You can indicate which end of the rating scales is positive to affect the Top 2 and Bottom 2 measurements. The “Answer Summary” report will show overall ratings as well Top 2 and Bottom 2 percentages.

Ability to Filter and Group Answer Summary Data Using Multi-Select Fields: You can now group and filter by multi-select questions, custom contact fields, and event fields in the “Answer Summary” and “Answer Summary with Trends” reports.

Improved Set Batch Size Limits for Inquisium Activity Tracker: To help avoid Salesforce governor limits, you can now reduce your activity tracker batch size from 30 activity records.

Improved Reprocessing Time for Failed Records: You can now reduce the retry count for each failed Inquisium activity tracker record from 5 to 2 to increase processing speed.
 
Appointments
 

Treat Attendees in Sessions as Busy: You can now specify which optional and included sessions will mark attendees as busy when scheduling appointments. For example, you could treat attendees in the "Keynote" session as Busy, but attendees registered for the "Registration Open" session as Available.

Search and Sort Sessions: Within an appointment event, search for and sort sessions to easily find the ones you want to mark as Busy on attendee calendars. The list of sessions is also now paginated, making it easier to scroll through.

Enhanced Attendee Profiles and Filtering: You can now display open-ended text custom contact fields, admission items, travel questions, and session questions in attendee profiles so that attendees can use them as filters on the Directory page. 

New Way to Create Appointment Events: You can now create a new appointment event by duplicating an existing one. This allows you to keep the same locations, groups, appointment types, schedule rules, email templates, and website settings.

New Views for Schedules: Break schedules down by week. Attendees and exhibitor admins can now view their schedule in a 5- or 7-day mode in addition to the existing 1- and 3-day modes.

Availability Visibility Enhancement: See who's available to meet at any given time. Attendees can now choose a potential appointment time and quickly determine who's free or busy. Once they've picked the time they want, attendees can then filter out anyone who's busy and start sending invitations.

Automatic Group Assignment: Easily and quickly add attendees to the right groups by setting up assignment rules. With these rules, an attendee’s registration type, admission item, email address, title, or company (in addition to custom contact fields) can determine which group they’re added to. This means even new registrants can immediately start managing their own appointments without waiting for you to add them.

 Abstract Management

Added Planner Notifications for New Submissions: If enabled, the notification will be sent whenever you receive a new submission

Automatically Assign Reviews: Whenever a submission is received, it will automatically be assigned to the reviewers assigned associated to that submission topic. Once assigned, reviewers will also be notified via the review invitation. 

Updates for Speakers and Sessions: On the Session Scheduling calendar, you can now quickly get an overview of who the speakers are for each of your sessions. To avoid scheduling conflicts, we now also prevent speakers from having overlapping sessions or being double-booked. 

New “Authors & Co-Authors” Report: Return author and co-author data grouped by submission. For each submission, this report will display all authors and co-authors as well as their associated fields. As with other reports, you can modify, sort, and filter data as needed. You can also export the report in Excel, CSV, or TXT format.

Presentation Types: Want authors to present their topics in a certain format at your event? You can now set the presentation types (panel, roundtable, workshop, etc.) available for authors to choose when they make submissions, or enable reviewers to suggest presentation type for submissions as part of their reviews. This "Presentation Type" field is now included in the "Submissions" report and available as a data tag for emails. 

Co-Author as a Speaker: Any co-authors associated to a submission that is being created as a session will also be pulled into that session and selected as a speaker

Bulk Download Profile Images and Submission Files: Within a project, you can now download multiple files (either submission attachments or profile images) at the same time. Once downloaded, the files will be available within the project for seven days. 
 
CrowdCompass

Overhauled the attendee profile page: We've redesigned the Edit Profile page so attendees can find privacy settings more easily, get a better idea of how their profile photo will look when uploading it, and link their social media accounts without scrolling so far down. 

Enhanced the metric dashboard's date functionality: Your metrics dashboard now includes data from two weeks before your event, by default, and remembers the date range you chose every time you check back (as long as you use the same browser).

Added Native 12.9" iPad Pro Support: We now support the full native resolution of 12.9” iPad Pro. Previously, the app would open on this device, but at a lower resolution that looked blurry.

Updated the AttendeeHub Landing Page: When an attendee first opens the AttendeeHub app, they are greeted with a new large search box without other distractions on the page. This guides the attendee to search for their event using the name or password.

Added a profile setup wizard for attendees: To prepare attendees for networking through the app, a setup wizard walks them through filling out their profile and adding a profile picture as soon as they log in. This feature is enabled by default, but you can turn it off in Event Settings > Attendee Options. It will not work with events using company SSO login.

Extended verification code text alerts to international numbers: Attendees with international numbers can now receive their verification code via text. You must add the numbers to the Mobile Number field in the EventCenter before attendees log in, so be sure to collect the digits during registration. 

Added event information to Android push notifications: On Android, push notifications now show the event icon and name. This helps attendees recognize where the push notification is coming from. They're much more likely to know what event they’re at than the app the event is in.

Added ability to sort and edit push notificationsClick the arrow in the column headers to sort your push notifications by what’s up next, what’s going out last, or alphabetically. You can also search for keywords in the notifications. Once you've found it, you can even change the message itself or delete it as long as it's not going out within five minutes. 
 
Onsite Solutions

Extended Registration Question and Custom Fields to OSSYou can now add attendee fields and questions in OnSite Solutions. You also have the option to share them with exhibitors. Prior to this update, this functionality was only available in Event Management. 

Added verification for RFID attendance: An onsite Project Coordinator can now verify when a room is empty and enter that information into attendance service to provide more accurate attendee duration data. This is only available for OnArrival 360 customers.

Added two reports to LeadCapture: The “Leads Per Exhibitor” report displays the total number of leads captured by an exhibitor during an event in a table and bar chart format. The “Leads Over Time” report displays all leads captured by an exhibitor over a specified period of time during an event in a line graph format.

Premiered OnArrival Offline Registration: You can now register attendees completely offline and then once you connect to a network, all registrant information will sync automatically. 

Updated Session Access Control: Session Access Control now gives you the ability to dictate whether walk-ins for a session are allowed to register or check in onsite, as well as decide which attendees can attend sessions based on Registration Type or Ticket Type. In addition to walk-ins, Session Access Control also offers capacity checks.

Updated the OnArrival Event Overview: We have made changes to the event overview screen to improve session navigation. From the session list, you can now select an individual session by searching for a specific date or filtering by location. Once a location has been selected, you can also view all sessions that will occur at that designated location.

Introduced Business Card Scanning in LeadCapture: You can now use your device’s camera to take a picture of a business card and we’ll transcribe it for you. Typically, this takes around 20 minutes. You can still qualify the lead while it’s being transcribed, and, once the transcription is complete, you can then edit the details. 
 
Supplier Network
 
Added a New City Filter: You can now filter search results by city to make sure the most relevant results are being returned.

Improved Search Result Accuracy: When searching specifically by country name, U.S. state, Canadian province, or the Caribbean, you will now only see results within the geographic boundary they searched.

Added “What’s New” section on CSN Home Page: You can now see recent articles and sponsored content from the Cvent Blog underneath the search box on the Cvent Supplier Network (CSN) home page.

Included More Relevant Venues on CSN Home Page: Previously, the promoted venues on the new CSN search home screen were based on the region where you were located.  We have made logic changes so that promoted venues will be served based on your recent search history and not just your location.

Created a CVB Territory Mapping Tool: CVBs can now define the area they represent on a map using polygons so they will be more appropriately placed into a planner’s search results.  

Updated the Map View: You can now see corresponding venue details displayed on the map and in the left-hand column, toggle the left-hand column to display the listings or the filters, click a pin or search result in the listings to open the venue’s Quick View, and updated how the pins, icons, and venues appear when you zoom, pan, or hover over them.

Added New Passkey Venues: A “Passkey Enabled” tag has been added to search results for venues with it enabled. You can filter for Passkey venues by going to the Amenities filter and selecting Passkey Enabled under the Services section.

Updated the Venue’s Contact Details: When logged in, you can now see the venue’s phone number and fax number in the Contact section of the venue’s profile.

Created a New Venue Dashboard: Venues can now view their request for proposals (RFPs), sleeping room data, and high-level statistics in one location. This dashboard can be found on the Overview tab.

Added New Diamond+ TaglineNow you can enter a tagline that will be displayed when you have an active Diamond+ ad to help your ad standout among the rest.

Added New User Group Visibility Controls: Now suppliers can control the visibility of public views by user group when creating custom views.
 

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The following items were released in the fourth quarter of 2017 and can be found in our products today.
Event Management

Improved the Marketo Integration: You can bulk import and export contacts, and confirm Custom ID using Marketo as an external data source. Marketo's REST API provides higher daily API limits. You can update duplicate match leads by the most recent "last modified" date in Marketo, and perform actions on Marketo leads without modifying it's data. And finally, a new report has been added to sync gain insights data.

Added "Records Transferred to Eloqua": You can view all invitee and guest records transferred from Cvent to Eloqua, the sync status, and error messages for failed records.

Added Tags for Event Calendars: You can now select custom event fields to be displayed as tags on event calendars. Tags can be used to highlight event information so that invitees can find specific events easily.

Added No-Registration and Closed Events to the Event Calendar: You can now display these event types on your event calendars.

Made Event Calendars Global: You can now display events in languages other than the calendar language.

Added Image Slideshow on Event Calendar: You can now showcase your important events by adding an image slideshow.

Update to Duplicating Event Calendars: Duplicating a calendar now copies the last published version of the calendar website.

Added the "Registrant Extract" Report: You can now see a registrant's personal information, registration and travel details, responses to event survey questions, planner memos, internal notes, and optional items within a single CSV file.

Updated the “Air Actual and Hotel Discrepancy” Report: You can now see planner memos, answers to Internal Information questions, and internal notes to help you get background on discrepancies in travel requests.

Updated the “Air Requests” Report: The “Date of Birth” field is now available for passengers.

Updated the “Invitees & Registrants” Report: You can now identify invitees who have unsubscribed, view financial totals for both invitees and guests, and view balance due.

Copy Saved Reports into New Events: When you copy an existing event or use an event template, your saved reports will now be copied over.

Introduced the Admin Redesign: We redesigned pages and updated the site's navigation. We also added the option to set your language, locale, and time zone preferences. With localization support, you can create and manage your events in eleven different languages.

Improved the Ability to Add Media and Document files: Its new look also includes the ability to drag-and-drop uploads from your desktop or computer, upload files in bulk, and switch between a grid or list. You can also view file size, created date, created by, modified date, and modified by. This is available in your events, Contacts, and New Admin (excluding the Media Library and Document Library pages).

Added API Support for Custom Budget Item Fields: You can now include custom budget item fields in calls for updating or creating budget items.
 
Inquisium
 
Updated the “Answer Details” Report: You can now display one respondent per row. 

Added Event and Custom Fields to Survey Reports: For known surveys integrated with events, you can now add event fields or custom event fields to your reports to filter and group data.

Added New Rating Questions and Settings: Rating questions can now be Choice - Single Answer and Matrix - Single Answer questions. You can indicate which end of the rating scales is positive to affect the Top 2 and Bottom 2 measurements. The “Answer Summary” report will show overall ratings as well Top 2 and Bottom 2 percentages.

Ability to Filter and Group Answer Summary Data Using Multi-Select Fields: You can now group and filter by multi-select questions, custom contact fields, and event fields in the “Answer Summary” and “Answer Summary with Trends” reports.

Improved Set Batch Size Limits for Inquisium Activity Tracker: To help avoid Salesforce governor limits, you can now reduce your activity tracker batch size from 30 activity records.

Improved Reprocessing Time for Failed Records: You can now reduce the retry count for each failed Inquisium activity tracker record from 5 to 2 to increase processing speed.
 
Appointments
 

Treat Attendees in Sessions as Busy: You can now specify which optional and included sessions will mark attendees as busy when scheduling appointments. For example, you could treat attendees in the "Keynote" session as Busy, but attendees registered for the "Registration Open" session as Available.

Search and Sort Sessions: Within an appointment event, search for and sort sessions to easily find the ones you want to mark as Busy on attendee calendars. The list of sessions is also now paginated, making it easier to scroll through.

Enhanced Attendee Profiles and Filtering: You can now display open-ended text custom contact fields, admission items, travel questions, and session questions in attendee profiles so that attendees can use them as filters on the Directory page. 

New Way to Create Appointment Events: You can now create a new appointment event by duplicating an existing one. This allows you to keep the same locations, groups, appointment types, schedule rules, email templates, and website settings.

New Views for Schedules: Break schedules down by week. Attendees and exhibitor admins can now view their schedule in a 5- or 7-day mode in addition to the existing 1- and 3-day modes.

Availability Visibility Enhancement: See who's available to meet at any given time. Attendees can now choose a potential appointment time and quickly determine who's free or busy. Once they've picked the time they want, attendees can then filter out anyone who's busy and start sending invitations.

Automatic Group Assignment: Easily and quickly add attendees to the right groups by setting up assignment rules. With these rules, an attendee’s registration type, admission item, email address, title, or company (in addition to custom contact fields) can determine which group they’re added to. This means even new registrants can immediately start managing their own appointments without waiting for you to add them.

 Abstract Management

Added Planner Notifications for New Submissions: If enabled, the notification will be sent whenever you receive a new submission

Automatically Assign Reviews: Whenever a submission is received, it will automatically be assigned to the reviewers assigned associated to that submission topic. Once assigned, reviewers will also be notified via the review invitation. 

Updates for Speakers and Sessions: On the Session Scheduling calendar, you can now quickly get an overview of who the speakers are for each of your sessions. To avoid scheduling conflicts, we now also prevent speakers from having overlapping sessions or being double-booked. 

New “Authors & Co-Authors” Report: Return author and co-author data grouped by submission. For each submission, this report will display all authors and co-authors as well as their associated fields. As with other reports, you can modify, sort, and filter data as needed. You can also export the report in Excel, CSV, or TXT format.

Presentation Types: Want authors to present their topics in a certain format at your event? You can now set the presentation types (panel, roundtable, workshop, etc.) available for authors to choose when they make submissions, or enable reviewers to suggest presentation type for submissions as part of their reviews. This "Presentation Type" field is now included in the "Submissions" report and available as a data tag for emails. 

Co-Author as a Speaker: Any co-authors associated to a submission that is being created as a session will also be pulled into that session and selected as a speaker

Bulk Download Profile Images and Submission Files: Within a project, you can now download multiple files (either submission attachments or profile images) at the same time. Once downloaded, the files will be available within the project for seven days. 
 
CrowdCompass

Overhauled the attendee profile page: We've redesigned the Edit Profile page so attendees can find privacy settings more easily, get a better idea of how their profile photo will look when uploading it, and link their social media accounts without scrolling so far down. 

Enhanced the metric dashboard's date functionality: Your metrics dashboard now includes data from two weeks before your event, by default, and remembers the date range you chose every time you check back (as long as you use the same browser).

Added Native 12.9" iPad Pro Support: We now support the full native resolution of 12.9” iPad Pro. Previously, the app would open on this device, but at a lower resolution that looked blurry.

Updated the AttendeeHub Landing Page: When an attendee first opens the AttendeeHub app, they are greeted with a new large search box without other distractions on the page. This guides the attendee to search for their event using the name or password.

Added a profile setup wizard for attendees: To prepare attendees for networking through the app, a setup wizard walks them through filling out their profile and adding a profile picture as soon as they log in. This feature is enabled by default, but you can turn it off in Event Settings > Attendee Options. It will not work with events using company SSO login.

Extended verification code text alerts to international numbers: Attendees with international numbers can now receive their verification code via text. You must add the numbers to the Mobile Number field in the EventCenter before attendees log in, so be sure to collect the digits during registration. 

Added event information to Android push notifications: On Android, push notifications now show the event icon and name. This helps attendees recognize where the push notification is coming from. They're much more likely to know what event they’re at than the app the event is in.

Added ability to sort and edit push notificationsClick the arrow in the column headers to sort your push notifications by what’s up next, what’s going out last, or alphabetically. You can also search for keywords in the notifications. Once you've found it, you can even change the message itself or delete it as long as it's not going out within five minutes. 
 
Onsite Solutions

Extended Registration Question and Custom Fields to OSSYou can now add attendee fields and questions in OnSite Solutions. You also have the option to share them with exhibitors. Prior to this update, this functionality was only available in Event Management. 

Added verification for RFID attendance: An onsite Project Coordinator can now verify when a room is empty and enter that information into attendance service to provide more accurate attendee duration data. This is only available for OnArrival 360 customers.

Added two reports to LeadCapture: The “Leads Per Exhibitor” report displays the total number of leads captured by an exhibitor during an event in a table and bar chart format. The “Leads Over Time” report displays all leads captured by an exhibitor over a specified period of time during an event in a line graph format.

Premiered OnArrival Offline Registration: You can now register attendees completely offline and then once you connect to a network, all registrant information will sync automatically. 

Updated Session Access Control: Session Access Control now gives you the ability to dictate whether walk-ins for a session are allowed to register or check in onsite, as well as decide which attendees can attend sessions based on Registration Type or Ticket Type. In addition to walk-ins, Session Access Control also offers capacity checks.

Updated the OnArrival Event Overview: We have made changes to the event overview screen to improve session navigation. From the session list, you can now select an individual session by searching for a specific date or filtering by location. Once a location has been selected, you can also view all sessions that will occur at that designated location.

Introduced Business Card Scanning in LeadCapture: You can now use your device’s camera to take a picture of a business card and we’ll transcribe it for you. Typically, this takes around 20 minutes. You can still qualify the lead while it’s being transcribed, and, once the transcription is complete, you can then edit the details. 
 
Supplier Network
 
Added a New City Filter: You can now filter search results by city to make sure the most relevant results are being returned.

Improved Search Result Accuracy: When searching specifically by country name, U.S. state, Canadian province, or the Caribbean, you will now only see results within the geographic boundary they searched.

Added “What’s New” section on CSN Home Page: You can now see recent articles and sponsored content from the Cvent Blog underneath the search box on the Cvent Supplier Network (CSN) home page.

Included More Relevant Venues on CSN Home Page: Previously, the promoted venues on the new CSN search home screen were based on the region where you were located.  We have made logic changes so that promoted venues will be served based on your recent search history and not just your location.

Created a CVB Territory Mapping Tool: CVBs can now define the area they represent on a map using polygons so they will be more appropriately placed into a planner’s search results.  

Updated the Map View: You can now see corresponding venue details displayed on the map and in the left-hand column, toggle the left-hand column to display the listings or the filters, click a pin or search result in the listings to open the venue’s Quick View, and updated how the pins, icons, and venues appear when you zoom, pan, or hover over them.

Added New Passkey Venues: A “Passkey Enabled” tag has been added to search results for venues with it enabled. You can filter for Passkey venues by going to the Amenities filter and selecting Passkey Enabled under the Services section.

Updated the Venue’s Contact Details: When logged in, you can now see the venue’s phone number and fax number in the Contact section of the venue’s profile.

Created a New Venue Dashboard: Venues can now view their request for proposals (RFPs), sleeping room data, and high-level statistics in one location. This dashboard can be found on the Overview tab.

Added New Diamond+ TaglineNow you can enter a tagline that will be displayed when you have an active Diamond+ ad to help your ad standout among the rest.

Added New User Group Visibility Controls: Now suppliers can control the visibility of public views by user group when creating custom views.
 

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The following items were released in the fourth quarter of 2017 and can be found in our products today.
Event Management

Improved the Marketo Integration: You can bulk import and export contacts, and confirm Custom ID using Marketo as an external data source. Marketo's REST API provides higher daily API limits. You can update duplicate match leads by the most recent "last modified" date in Marketo, and perform actions on Marketo leads without modifying it's data. And finally, a new report has been added to sync gain insights data.

Added "Records Transferred to Eloqua": You can view all invitee and guest records transferred from Cvent to Eloqua, the sync status, and error messages for failed records.

Added Tags for Event Calendars: You can now select custom event fields to be displayed as tags on event calendars. Tags can be used to highlight event information so that invitees can find specific events easily.

Added No-Registration and Closed Events to the Event Calendar: You can now display these event types on your event calendars.

Made Event Calendars Global: You can now display events in languages other than the calendar language.

Added Image Slideshow on Event Calendar: You can now showcase your important events by adding an image slideshow.

Update to Duplicating Event Calendars: Duplicating a calendar now copies the last published version of the calendar website.

Added the "Registrant Extract" Report: You can now see a registrant's personal information, registration and travel details, responses to event survey questions, planner memos, internal notes, and optional items within a single CSV file.

Updated the “Air Actual and Hotel Discrepancy” Report: You can now see planner memos, answers to Internal Information questions, and internal notes to help you get background on discrepancies in travel requests.

Updated the “Air Requests” Report: The “Date of Birth” field is now available for passengers.

Updated the “Invitees & Registrants” Report: You can now identify invitees who have unsubscribed, view financial totals for both invitees and guests, and view balance due.

Copy Saved Reports into New Events: When you copy an existing event or use an event template, your saved reports will now be copied over.

Introduced the Admin Redesign: We redesigned pages and updated the site's navigation. We also added the option to set your language, locale, and time zone preferences. With localization support, you can create and manage your events in eleven different languages.

Improved the Ability to Add Media and Document files: Its new look also includes the ability to drag-and-drop uploads from your desktop or computer, upload files in bulk, and switch between a grid or list. You can also view file size, created date, created by, modified date, and modified by. This is available in your events, Contacts, and New Admin (excluding the Media Library and Document Library pages).

Added API Support for Custom Budget Item Fields: You can now include custom budget item fields in calls for updating or creating budget items.
 
Inquisium
 
Updated the “Answer Details” Report: You can now display one respondent per row. 

Added Event and Custom Fields to Survey Reports: For known surveys integrated with events, you can now add event fields or custom event fields to your reports to filter and group data.

Added New Rating Questions and Settings: Rating questions can now be Choice - Single Answer and Matrix - Single Answer questions. You can indicate which end of the rating scales is positive to affect the Top 2 and Bottom 2 measurements. The “Answer Summary” report will show overall ratings as well Top 2 and Bottom 2 percentages.

Ability to Filter and Group Answer Summary Data Using Multi-Select Fields: You can now group and filter by multi-select questions, custom contact fields, and event fields in the “Answer Summary” and “Answer Summary with Trends” reports.

Improved Set Batch Size Limits for Inquisium Activity Tracker: To help avoid Salesforce governor limits, you can now reduce your activity tracker batch size from 30 activity records.

Improved Reprocessing Time for Failed Records: You can now reduce the retry count for each failed Inquisium activity tracker record from 5 to 2 to increase processing speed.
 
Appointments
 

Treat Attendees in Sessions as Busy: You can now specify which optional and included sessions will mark attendees as busy when scheduling appointments. For example, you could treat attendees in the "Keynote" session as Busy, but attendees registered for the "Registration Open" session as Available.

Search and Sort Sessions: Within an appointment event, search for and sort sessions to easily find the ones you want to mark as Busy on attendee calendars. The list of sessions is also now paginated, making it easier to scroll through.

Enhanced Attendee Profiles and Filtering: You can now display open-ended text custom contact fields, admission items, travel questions, and session questions in attendee profiles so that attendees can use them as filters on the Directory page. 

New Way to Create Appointment Events: You can now create a new appointment event by duplicating an existing one. This allows you to keep the same locations, groups, appointment types, schedule rules, email templates, and website settings.

New Views for Schedules: Break schedules down by week. Attendees and exhibitor admins can now view their schedule in a 5- or 7-day mode in addition to the existing 1- and 3-day modes.

Availability Visibility Enhancement: See who's available to meet at any given time. Attendees can now choose a potential appointment time and quickly determine who's free or busy. Once they've picked the time they want, attendees can then filter out anyone who's busy and start sending invitations.

Automatic Group Assignment: Easily and quickly add attendees to the right groups by setting up assignment rules. With these rules, an attendee’s registration type, admission item, email address, title, or company (in addition to custom contact fields) can determine which group they’re added to. This means even new registrants can immediately start managing their own appointments without waiting for you to add them.

 Abstract Management

Added Planner Notifications for New Submissions: If enabled, the notification will be sent whenever you receive a new submission

Automatically Assign Reviews: Whenever a submission is received, it will automatically be assigned to the reviewers assigned associated to that submission topic. Once assigned, reviewers will also be notified via the review invitation. 

Updates for Speakers and Sessions: On the Session Scheduling calendar, you can now quickly get an overview of who the speakers are for each of your sessions. To avoid scheduling conflicts, we now also prevent speakers from having overlapping sessions or being double-booked. 

New “Authors & Co-Authors” Report: Return author and co-author data grouped by submission. For each submission, this report will display all authors and co-authors as well as their associated fields. As with other reports, you can modify, sort, and filter data as needed. You can also export the report in Excel, CSV, or TXT format.

Presentation Types: Want authors to present their topics in a certain format at your event? You can now set the presentation types (panel, roundtable, workshop, etc.) available for authors to choose when they make submissions, or enable reviewers to suggest presentation type for submissions as part of their reviews. This "Presentation Type" field is now included in the "Submissions" report and available as a data tag for emails. 

Co-Author as a Speaker: Any co-authors associated to a submission that is being created as a session will also be pulled into that session and selected as a speaker

Bulk Download Profile Images and Submission Files: Within a project, you can now download multiple files (either submission attachments or profile images) at the same time. Once downloaded, the files will be available within the project for seven days. 
 
CrowdCompass

Overhauled the attendee profile page: We've redesigned the Edit Profile page so attendees can find privacy settings more easily, get a better idea of how their profile photo will look when uploading it, and link their social media accounts without scrolling so far down. 

Enhanced the metric dashboard's date functionality: Your metrics dashboard now includes data from two weeks before your event, by default, and remembers the date range you chose every time you check back (as long as you use the same browser).

Added Native 12.9" iPad Pro Support: We now support the full native resolution of 12.9” iPad Pro. Previously, the app would open on this device, but at a lower resolution that looked blurry.

Updated the AttendeeHub Landing Page: When an attendee first opens the AttendeeHub app, they are greeted with a new large search box without other distractions on the page. This guides the attendee to search for their event using the name or password.

Added a profile setup wizard for attendees: To prepare attendees for networking through the app, a setup wizard walks them through filling out their profile and adding a profile picture as soon as they log in. This feature is enabled by default, but you can turn it off in Event Settings > Attendee Options. It will not work with events using company SSO login.

Extended verification code text alerts to international numbers: Attendees with international numbers can now receive their verification code via text. You must add the numbers to the Mobile Number field in the EventCenter before attendees log in, so be sure to collect the digits during registration. 

Added event information to Android push notifications: On Android, push notifications now show the event icon and name. This helps attendees recognize where the push notification is coming from. They're much more likely to know what event they’re at than the app the event is in.

Added ability to sort and edit push notificationsClick the arrow in the column headers to sort your push notifications by what’s up next, what’s going out last, or alphabetically. You can also search for keywords in the notifications. Once you've found it, you can even change the message itself or delete it as long as it's not going out within five minutes. 
 
Onsite Solutions

Extended Registration Question and Custom Fields to OSSYou can now add attendee fields and questions in OnSite Solutions. You also have the option to share them with exhibitors. Prior to this update, this functionality was only available in Event Management. 

Added verification for RFID attendance: An onsite Project Coordinator can now verify when a room is empty and enter that information into attendance service to provide more accurate attendee duration data. This is only available for OnArrival 360 customers.

Added two reports to LeadCapture: The “Leads Per Exhibitor” report displays the total number of leads captured by an exhibitor during an event in a table and bar chart format. The “Leads Over Time” report displays all leads captured by an exhibitor over a specified period of time during an event in a line graph format.

Premiered OnArrival Offline Registration: You can now register attendees completely offline and then once you connect to a network, all registrant information will sync automatically. 

Updated Session Access Control: Session Access Control now gives you the ability to dictate whether walk-ins for a session are allowed to register or check in onsite, as well as decide which attendees can attend sessions based on Registration Type or Ticket Type. In addition to walk-ins, Session Access Control also offers capacity checks.

Updated the OnArrival Event Overview: We have made changes to the event overview screen to improve session navigation. From the session list, you can now select an individual session by searching for a specific date or filtering by location. Once a location has been selected, you can also view all sessions that will occur at that designated location.

Introduced Business Card Scanning in LeadCapture: You can now use your device’s camera to take a picture of a business card and we’ll transcribe it for you. Typically, this takes around 20 minutes. You can still qualify the lead while it’s being transcribed, and, once the transcription is complete, you can then edit the details. 
 
Supplier Network
 
Added a New City Filter: You can now filter search results by city to make sure the most relevant results are being returned.

Improved Search Result Accuracy: When searching specifically by country name, U.S. state, Canadian province, or the Caribbean, you will now only see results within the geographic boundary they searched.

Added “What’s New” section on CSN Home Page: You can now see recent articles and sponsored content from the Cvent Blog underneath the search box on the Cvent Supplier Network (CSN) home page.

Included More Relevant Venues on CSN Home Page: Previously, the promoted venues on the new CSN search home screen were based on the region where you were located.  We have made logic changes so that promoted venues will be served based on your recent search history and not just your location.

Created a CVB Territory Mapping Tool: CVBs can now define the area they represent on a map using polygons so they will be more appropriately placed into a planner’s search results.  

Updated the Map View: You can now see corresponding venue details displayed on the map and in the left-hand column, toggle the left-hand column to display the listings or the filters, click a pin or search result in the listings to open the venue’s Quick View, and updated how the pins, icons, and venues appear when you zoom, pan, or hover over them.

Added New Passkey Venues: A “Passkey Enabled” tag has been added to search results for venues with it enabled. You can filter for Passkey venues by going to the Amenities filter and selecting Passkey Enabled under the Services section.

Updated the Venue’s Contact Details: When logged in, you can now see the venue’s phone number and fax number in the Contact section of the venue’s profile.

Created a New Venue Dashboard: Venues can now view their request for proposals (RFPs), sleeping room data, and high-level statistics in one location. This dashboard can be found on the Overview tab.

Added New Diamond+ TaglineNow you can enter a tagline that will be displayed when you have an active Diamond+ ad to help your ad standout among the rest.

Added New User Group Visibility Controls: Now suppliers can control the visibility of public views by user group when creating custom views.
 

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