This option is best for large sessions like keynotes, event kick-offs, or conclusions as the Stage is featured prominently on the virtual event hub. Only one Main Stage session can be run at a time as the intent of these sessions is that the majority of your attendees will be tuning in to it. Main stage sessions will stream on the Stage tab of the virtual event hub.
This option better suits smaller, more targeted sessions. These work well for any information that may not benefit the entire group but provide important information to a specific segment of your attendees. Examples include a field-specific panel, a VIP fireside chat, or a Q&A session with an expert. These sessions will stream in the Session tab and there is no limit to how many concurrent sessions can be scheduled!
This networking option works best for pairing your attendees with one another in a speed dating environment. Attendees will have a set time limit where they are matched for a 1:1 private video call with another attendee before being re-shuffled and matched with a new attendee. Event organizers are able to create rules for attendees to be matched based on their ticket type. Meet up sessions appear in the Networking tab of the virtual event hub.
Workshop sessions are best for roundtable open discussions between your attendees. Multiple workshop sessions can be scheduled at a time and will allow up to 16 attendees to be on camera at once. This session type will stream from the Workshop tab of the virtual event hub.
This session type will only appear where your agenda is shown and does not have a stream provider field. This option is best for scheduling breaks in your agenda.
This option works for scheduling dedicated time in your agenda for your attendees to visit exhibitors’ booths without missing any content! This session type will only appear where your agenda is shown and does not have a stream provider field.
This can be used for any placeholder you would like on your agenda. This session type will only appear where your agenda is shown and does not have a stream provider field.