In the past, you could see room attendees before entering the room.
You may not always want to show which attendees are present in a particular room. To solve this, we created a new setting that
allows you to hide attendee avatars on the room card. You can toggle this on your cockpit event page.
By default, attendees are visible on the room card in the left pane and in the join room dialog. If you disable this setting, no avatars are shown.
It is now possible to send a broadcast message to only a set of rooms or to all rooms inside a given category. This will allow you to target precisely your own messages.
To configure it, when editing a broadcast message in the advanced filters, you can select which room(s) or category you want to send the broadcast message.
Please note that hosts will always see the broadcast message independently if they are in that location or not.
We now support multi-day sessions on the agenda of your events!
There is no longer the limitation of forcing the session to be within the same day when editing a session. And inside the event, if a session is spread through multiple days, we show it every single day in the agenda pane, from 00:00 to 11:59 PM.
It is now possible to allow all users from a specific domain in your event. This is particularly useful if you want anyone from a particular company in your event but not others.
You can configure this under the "Access Control" page of your event in the cockpit. This method is only available if the event is protected with a guest list. There, next to the guest list section, you have a new button "Allowed domains":
When you click this button, a dialog is opened that allows you to add all domains that should automatically be allowed in the event. All emails that are exactly from that domain will be allowed. Therefore, if you want to allow several subdomains, you need to list them explicitly.
Please note that when typing you need to press enter to confirm your selection. You can add several domains in the same box.
It is now possible to add a button to rooms and categories in all rich text editors that are used inside the event:
- Rooms description
- Broadcast messages
- Agenda sessions
- Speaker profiles
- Internal lobby page
This allows you to link different rooms and categories in the different places of your event.
In the rich text editor, click the last icon and specify your destination:
We have improved the contrast of the tabs inside the rooms to give more emphasis and improve the accessibility for users.
This is what they look like:
We have provided a few more customization possibilities in the live sessions of the agenda. You can now customize the look & feel of sessions that are live as well as always show the live sessions in the top of the agenda.
For that, in the agenda section of the cockpit, there is a new button "Customize live sessions" that will allow you to save these customizations.
You can now have different agenda sessions for different users by using the tag mechanism.
For that, when editing an agenda session, you can specify a set of tags. All users that have one of those tags will be able to see the agenda session. If the session doesn't have a tag specified, it will be shown to all users.
You can now target specific users via broadcast messages by using the filter by tags field when editing the broadcast message. All users that have one of those tags will receive the broadcast message, while all others will not receive it.
In case you want to show another application for the participants of the main stage (eg. a slido with a custom poll only for those participants), you can do that in the cockpit main stage configuration:
Please note that this app is only show for participants that are inside the main stage and will replace the existing list of participants.