Rules are at the heart of the Meeting feature.
A rule is a couple between a requester group and a host group.
A group can be by default (attendees, speakers, exhibitors) or personalized.
See: How groups work?
Hosts receive the meeting request, and the requester sends the meeting request.
The organizer creates rules to define which group can send a request, and with whom.
For example, if the organizer doesn't have personalized groups and wants everyone to be able to request a meeting with each other, he needs to create 9 rules.
Rules choice is the first required step of the meeting feature setup.
Meeting slots and locations depend on these rules.
Note* Each meeting slot and location must be linked to a rule, otherwise it is useless.
Rule creation consists of 3 steps:
- Select which Groups of people will be able to send a meeting request and to which other Groups
- Select the Locations where those meetings are to take place
- Select the time Slots when those meetings are to happen, meaning for each Location selected you can decide on the slots available