How to turn the features on/off
Features can be turned on directly in each tab (e.g. if you want to turn on the feature Networking, go to Dashboard, tab Networking) or in Settings, where you can turn the features on or off just by toggling the buttons.
You can activate and manage the following features in Settings:
This feature keeps your attendees updated throughout the event. You can either schedule your posts or send them in real-time. Thanks to the notifications your attendees won't miss any of your announcements and reminders.
You can learn more about this feature in the article Send newsfeed posts with notification.
There are 3 event types - virtual, hybrid, and in-person. The Eventee app adapts to the specific needs of the event type you choose.
Virtual - Enables virtual event features in both mobile and web app. It also removes the requirement to enter a physical address, instead, it asks you for a location that will determine the default time zone. You can find all currently supported streaming, video hosting, and online meeting tools here. If you want to know more about virtual events, don't hesitate to read through the article Create a virtual event with Eventee.
Hybrid - Enables virtual event features with the option to hide them in the mobile app. Attendees who join via the mobile app will be asked if they are attending the event physically or virtually. If they are joining virtually, the virtual event features (like streams) will be visible, otherwise, Eventee will hide them. Attendees are able to change the mode in the settings of the app at any time. The web app will always show virtual event features.
In-person - Hides virtual event features in both mobile and web app.
Eventee networking is easy and fun! Turn this feature on and let your attendees connect with each other through their mobile phones.
You can find more details on how the Networking tool works in the article here.
You can very easily navigate your attendees through your agenda with colorful tracks. In the app, attendees can filter and follow sessions they are interested in.
For more information about tracks, read the article here.
Keeps your event private with a PIN code.
- Enables to lock your event with a PIN code;
- Users of the Eventee app can view your event only with the correct PIN code.
Allowlist is a feature that works similar to PIN code - it ensures keeping your event private. However, unlike PIN code, Allowlist means that only the people you invite, either by adding their emails into Eventee or by importing them from Eventbrite, could view and open your event in Eventee.
- Enables to keep your event private;
- Gives access to your event only to imported attendees - manually added or imported from ticketing platforms Eventbrite, GoOut, TiTo, and Mitingu.
If the feature Allowlist is active, an additional button "Get a ticket" will appear on your event home page and on the login page. This button will take visitors without a ticket to your chosen ticketing platform where they can buy it. Note that not every ticketing platform supports this option.
Restrict anonymous users
If you turn this on, anonymous attendees will not be able to join your event and they will be instructed to create an account or log in. After that, they can join your event.
This feature hides the possibility to rate sessions.
You can generate your own API token. With API access, you can e.g.:
- update the agenda of an event;
- share the login information between Eventee and your site;
- And more.
This is an enterprise feature, which allows you to change the looks of the Eventee app and match it with your event identity. Learn more about the possibilities you can customize through this feature in the article here.