The Complete Guide to Sessions

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Not sure where to start with sessions? This article will walk you through both types of sessions as well as introduce features designed to help you master your agenda.

Types of Sessions
The first step to creating sessions is to determine the session's type. There are two types of sessions:
  • Included: These are automatically included with everyone's registration, no matter what. Common examples include Keynotes or Closing Remarks.
  • Optional: These can be selected during registration and can have a capacity or fee attached. Common examples include Breakouts and Receptions, where you'll need a final head count of attendees.
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Session Availability
You can determine which sessions are available for the registrant to select by limiting session availability in the admission item. For example, if a registrant chooses the Monday Only admission item, you can use session availability to make it so that only those sessions that occur on Monday appear during the item selection process.

 
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Session Association
You can determine which sessions are included with a specific admission item by using session association. These are called optional included sessions. For example, registrants who select the Monday Only admission item should automatically have the Monday night reception included with registration. The Monday night reception would be created as an optional included session, associated to the Monday Only admission item.
 
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Advanced Rules
Use Advanced Rules to require your registrants to select a minimum or maximum number of sessions or restrict registrants from selecting a particular session based on a prior choice.
 
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Session Groups
Session groups are a way to organize multiple optional sessions in a dropdown or radio button list. Since an invitee can only select one session from a session group, they can be used to prevent scheduling conflicts, limit an invitee's selection, or simply shorten the registration process. Common examples include breakout sessions that occur at the same time.
 
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Tracks
Tracks are bundles of sessions. Designed to streamline registration, invitees can select a track with one click rather than scouring a lengthy agenda to find what matters to them.
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NOTE: This feature is only available in Classic events.
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