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Setting up your event's pages
Setting up your event's pages
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Pages are the key to organizing and displaying your event content. They form the main menu on the event home page and appear in a horizontal navigation bar on desktop devices. Each page can be customized in terms of design, visibility, and data.

In the Studio, these can be found in two different locations:

  1. Community Level: Navigate to Community builder ➡️ Content display ➡️ Pages & menu.

  2. Event Level: Navigate to Event builder ➡️ Content display ➡️ Pages & menu.


How to create a new page for your event

  1. Navigate to Event builder ➡️ Content display ➡️ Pages & menu.

2. Select the type of page you want to create from the list of options available.

3. Choose a name (label), color, and button background image or icon (depending on the Display mode you choose).

4. Click on Add page.

Default Pages Available

By default, these pages are available in your event:

  • Attendees

  • Speakers

  • Agenda

  • Exhibitors

  • My Event


What are the different types of Pages

There are several types of Pages available, and each has its own purpose and use case.

Once you've created your page, you can choose its data settings.

Just click on the page you want to edit and click on the Data tab. The information editable will depend on the type of page created. To get detailed information, click on each page :

People

Sessions

Marketplace

Communications

Onsite

Others


How to manage the visibility of your pages

When you create a page, you can manage its visibility based on the groups created for your event.

To do so, edit the page on the Visibility tab and select the groups that will be able to see your page.

If you don't restrict the visibility, all groups will be able to see your page by default.


How to customize the data settings of your pages

Depending on the type of page you're creating you will have different options :

  1. Set Conditions: Use conditions to filter and display relevant content. These fields are populated from the custom fields created for your event.

  2. Display Preferences: Choose to display your content in a list or grid format and include them in personalized recommendations.

  3. Available Filters: Select the fields you want to display as search filters, making it easier for attendees to find relevant exhibitors, sessions or items.

Managing your event pages effectively allows you to showcase content in an organized and engaging manner. Customize your pages to enhance visibility, improve attendee engagement, and provide a tailored experience that aligns with your event goals

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