Setting Event Details

Editing the Event Details Page in the Admin Console

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Written by Jon Kazarian
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Setting the Events Basic Information

Using the Accelevents event platform, you can easily set your event date, time, and location and add an event description for your event. You can also add any relevant images or logos.

To get started, simply navigate to the Event Details section of your Admin Console menu:

Details You Can Edit

  • Event name - enter your event name.

  • Event start and end date and time - enter the start date and time and the end date and time of the event. Click here to learn how to hide the event date and time.

  • Timezone - select the time zone of your event. Your attendees will see the sessions adjusted to their time zone.

  • Event Format - choose from Online, Hybrid, or In-Person.

  • Event Type - choose from the drop-down list of event types. (Only used for categorization, not functionality).

  • Main Stage, Sessions & Workshops, Networking, Expo - click to toggle on and off. When toggled on, the tab on the left nav menu will appear to edit/ add sessions or expo.

  • Allow attendees to access the event after event ends - by default, your attendees will have access to the event for 30 days after the event end date.

  • Logo - upload a logo (700x350)px.

  • Organizer Name - Edit or add your Organizer Name. Please follow the steps here to create your organizer profile.

  • Pre-Event Access Starts - By default, your attendees can access the Virtual Event Hub 30 minutes before the event's start time. Adjust the time so attendees can explore the platform before the event starts. Click here to learn more about pre-event access.

    • Free, Starter and Business Plan- 1 day early

    • Professional and Enterprise - 7 days early

  • Private Event - make your event private by creating an event password and giving it only to those you want to access your event page. Click here to learn more about password-protected events.

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