How do I edit and design Sessions?
Disclaimer: Sessions is currently in the development phase and is not in general release. If you’d like to learn more, please reach out to your Customer Success Manager.
Once the content of your Session has been added, the next step is to design the look of your Session.
Sessions Page: After initial registration, guests receive an email that directs them to a page separate from the main landing page to create a more immersive Sessions registration experience.
Same-Page Registration: Guests RSVP and the immediately register for Sessions within the same landing page.
Below is a breakdown of the two different methods that can be taken to register for sessions!
1. From the Sessions Manager
Click on the Sessions Page Design button within your Sessions Manager to start designing!
This will create a personal guest agenda management link that guests will see once they RSVP and click on the link in their Confirmation email to confirm their Sessions.
Sessions are styled the same way as hub elements in that they are hosted within a card that will carry over the same design and content for each Session added. Within the Session element itself, you will be given total control to hide or show certain Session information such as venue, room, day of week, time, date, start date, etc.
2. Adding a Sessions Element
Adding a Sessions Element will embed the Session directly on the event page and won't create a a guest agenda management link that guests will have access to after they RSVP. This means guest will see the Sessions while they RSVP. However, they will need to make sure they RSVP first before selecting the Session they want to attend.
This editing will take place entirely outside of the Sessions tab and will need to edited directly within the event page itself.
To add the Sessions Element:
1. Click on the Layout tab.
2. Click on the + light blue button within the block that you'd like to add the Sessions Element to.
4. Click on the Sessions Element folder and then select Session.
5. Style as desired.
Pro tip: If you'd like the Sessions Element to live in a separate block entirely, add a Building Block to the page first and then add the Sessions element.