Modules are the multi-purpose building blocks of your events. Every module includes a home tab, with customizable image header, title and content. They can be used to make schedules or display information for delegates such as lists of guests with bios and photos, host live streams embedded from any source (e.g. YouTube, Vimeo etc), create forums for your guests to discuss what they’ve seen or react to what’s going on, build forms for analytics and data gathering, take snap polls and let your delegates decide and vote on key issues.

Change how and where modules are displayed and build your events in a truly unique style.

For more information on how to use”modules” check out the guides in this section.

Whenever you create a module you will be prompted to choose its type. There are several types of Module to choose from depending on what you need to use them, divided by type:

  1. Basic Modules can contain streams, media, and will most likely be used as the basis for the main areas of an event.
  2. Listing Modules will create lists within your event, including schedules.
  3. Form Modules can create questionnaires or assessments for your guests to complete. You can also use them as data collection tools.
  4. Schedule Element Modules are used when building schedules for your guests to view. They will only be displayed within a “Schedule View” Module you have previously created.

You will also need to choose a “Display Location” which will locate and display your module within your Event Space. You can choose from the following options:

  1. Sidebar Module – Displayed and accessed on the sidebar
  2. Unlisted Module – hidden from view. You can issue a URL to certain guests to allow them to access the area. This allows you to create private access areas or hide certain content.
  3. Scheduled Module -Displayed within the schedule view. Choose this display option when populating your schedule along with “Schedule Elements”
  4. Listed Modules – Displayed within your Listing Modules and can be filtered by category allowing you to categorise your content.