Programme Page

The programme page is an interactive timetable, showing the sessions, presentations and rooms for your event.

At the top of the page is an event day selector, where each day has its own tab.

Below that, the columns of the Programme area each represent a room and contain both the room name and the number of devices paired to that room. Clicking on a room title will open up the sidebar with options for that room, where you can edit details like the style or room name and manage devices or sessions.

To add a new room from this screen, click the vertical bar with the “+” on the right hand side of the programme.

Sessions are the blocks of time added to each room column and vary in size according to their duration. Each session block has:

  • The name of the session
  • The number of presentations within the session
  • The number of files uploaded for that session.

Hover over a session block with your mouse to see more detail, including:

  • Presentations for that session
  • The starting time for each presentation
  • Speakers for each presentation

Along the left side of each session block is a visual indication of its presentations, in the form of colour-coded blocks. Each block represents one presentation, the length of the block shows what proportion of the session duration is allocated for that session, and the colour of the block shows the state of the files for that presentation.

To the right of the date header is the legend for what the presentation colour coding means:

  • Grey (withdrawn) – The presentation has been withdrawn, but not deleted from the system.
  • Blue (no presentations) – The session does not have any presentations added to it yet.
  • Red (no files) – We are expecting files to be uploaded for this presentation, but none have been added yet.
  • Yellow (unchecked) – Files have been uploaded to the presentation, but they have not been checked at the Speaker Service Centre (SSC) yet.
  • Green (checked) – At least one file uploaded to this presentation has been marked as checked at the SSC, or the presentation type has been set to “no files”.
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