Video On Demand: Pre-recorded room video mode
This article intends to teach you how to enable and use the Pre-recorded room video mode to have On-Demand content in your online activities.
The event map enhances guest experience with a customizable, precise visual of the event location. Icons on the map act as helpful guides for easy navigation and locating event highlights.
The Abstract Management feature organizes submitted abstracts and facilitates the process of reviewing, approving and rejecting them. It also provides and displays data related to the submitted abstracts
Lead Retrieval (Card Reader)
With InEvent lead retrieval (Card reader), it is easy to capture information about participants and other leads during your events. With the card reader, you can scan participants' business cards and automatically send the information to the platform for follow-up after the event.
Raise hands - Robert's Rules of Order
Robert's Rules of Order is a raise hands feature adopted from the US parliamentary practice that helps event organizers moderate and prioritize participants' raised hands during an event in an efficient and orderly way. With this feature, Participants can interact more efficiently with speakers in an activity by notifying them of what kind of question they are about to pose through the available Robert's Rules of Order options.
Virtual Lobby tabs
InEvent offers the possibility to customize the tabs of your event on the Virtual Lobby and mobile app.
Networking: instructions for participants
InEvent offers different alternatives to network on the Virtual Lobby and mobile app when attending an online event.
Hive Streaming Integration
The Hive Streaming integration is available to improve connectivity in restrictive environments, such as company offices with Cisco VPNs. It uses eCDN technology to improve the quality of Live Streaming.
Quizzes are one of the most popular ways to interact with the audience and make them engaged with the activity.
Live Studio - Streams
With the Live Studio, you can enhance your streaming by adding animations, lower thirds, chyrons, and custom backgrounds. In this article you will learn about all the features that can be configured from the Streams tab.
Live Studio - Settings
With the Live Studio, you can enhance your streaming by adding animations, lower thirds, chyrons, and custom backgrounds. In this article you will learn about all the features that can be configured from the Settings tab.
Adding embed iframe and PDF files to all activities
You can add websites, images and PDF files to your activities and sponsored rooms at the main screen, in a way that they will replace the video stream. That means, you are integrating (embedding) an external content into our pages. This article will help you troubleshoot common situations that can keep websites and videos from embedding in InEvent.
Simulated Live Streaming
This option allows you to set a pre-recorded video to be streamed live at the time and date you have selected for your activity. Users will be unable to pause, rewind or re-watch the content unless you then set it as an on-demand video. This article intends to show you how to use this feature and give an example of how it will work.
Audio Interpretation: Interprefy
You can use Interprefy as your provider for audio interpretation during online events in the Virtual Lobby.
How can attendees answer feedback surveys?
If you are an attendee and you wish to give your feedback after the event, you can do it via the app or Virtual Lobby. If you are an administrator and wish to learn how to create feedback surveys, cl…
SIP Dial-in: joining the event by phone
You can learn all about the dial-in feature here which allows users to join online events from their phones. Looking for dial-in support? This article provides information on how to navigate the dial-in process of joining online events with your phone.
With the Live Studio, you can enhance your streaming by adding animations, lower thirds, chyrons, and custom backgrounds.
Mobile app: User guide for event organizers
In this article, we'll show you the attendee's journey when using the mobile app as well as the benefits of a live mobile experience.
Using the Speed Networking, participants will be able to engage in 1x1 meetings randomly assigned in the Virtual Lobby.
In the process of creating your event mobile app, you can personalize it so it strengthens your branding and also meets the needs of your audience. You will be able to create a unique layout powered for your attendees' experience, set up the app name and icon image as well as order and label the app's tabs.
Most frequently asked API questions
This article contains a catch of the most frequently asked question about accessing and communicating with our API.
WebRTC Service Provider
Web real-time communication (webRTC) is a free, open-source project that provides web browsers and mobile applications with real-time communication via simple application programming interfaces.
As the event and marketing industries continue to rely on digital communications to connect with audiences, it’s important to ensure that virtual events are able to remove barriers that people might face in the physical world. The following article contains pieces of information that should be given a thought when putting together your next virtual or hybrid event.
Sign language channel
Focusing on web accessibility, Inevent offers the opportunity to make events more attainable for community members who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Audio interpretation channels
You can add audio interpretation channels to the sessions in your online events in the Virtual Lobby. This will enable simultaneous language interpretation by audio channels for different languages, including a video channel for sign language.
Pre-event checklist for admins
This checklist was built to help event admins make sure all aspects of the event are set before asking users to review the pre-event checklist for participants on camera.
Pre-event checklist for participants on camera
This article contains a series of checklists to be used by event participants and organizers before going live.
Meetings: instructions for participants
Attendees can select another attendee among those at the event to connect with and open a group room to begin a private or public discussion. They will also be able to schedule 1x1 meetings with other participants.
Integrating a video hosting platform with InEvent
Using the video hosting platform of your preference, you can embed videos with the click of a button and access the content using a compatible browser, without the need to download any apps. You will…
Interacting with attendees during your virtual activities
Inside your activities, there are many ways that you can interact with those attending your event. Each activity has up to five tabs within the right-side panel: Chat, Questions, Polls, People and Files.
Live transcription and translation in the Virtual Lobby
By using our Speech to Text Transcription feature, you’ll be combining both speech recognition and live translation, which means your online events will now have real-time subtitles during your sessions.
Networking guide for event organizers
This article aims to teach you, the event organizer, to set up networking options that enable interactions between attendees within the Virtual Lobby.
In-store app approval on the Apple Store
Apps submitted to the Apple Store must undergo a review process to receive approval. After submitting your app for review, verify that you have fulfilled all requirements to ensure a smooth review pr…
Alerts and Notification of interactions
Receive and track all notifications received through the app through your News Center. With the Notification Center you can: View all notifications received through the app.
API Key: JSON
To start making API calls, you’ll set up and manage the Google Play Developer API directly from the Google Play Console. The API can only be managed by the owner of your Google Play Developer Account…
My app has requested a 5 digit code. Where can I find it?
To access the InEvent App, a 5 digit password is required upon the first login. The 5 digit password is the company code, that when typed in the attendees' cellphones, will allow access to the events they have registered in.
App publishing methods
There are several ways to publish apps on Google Play and on the Apple App Store. Here are the options available to you that can be executed in both stores in partnership with InEvent: Before you rea…
Login through the app
When using our app, you should decide the best way to access to your events. By default, app access will be pre-defined as the attendee's email and password. This option can only be restructured by a…
Giving InEvent access to your app stores
Once you have opened the stores on the Google Play Store and on the Apple Store, you should add the email firstname.lastname@example.org as an admin to your account.
Your Event App: white label process
InEvent allows the customization of images and colors in order for your company to have all the identity details reflected in the cloud and on the event app.
Google Play Developer Account
Create Google Play Developer account Register Google Play Developer account Set up Google account Publish android app
The DUNS Number is a business code used for international trading and transactions that occur internationally. If you do not have a DUNS number, Apple can generate one for you, free of charge. Please…
Apple Store - Business
With a business account, you can have multiple administrators accessing the Apple Store to make changes and updates. Apple store is very rigorous when opening business accounts. They not only request…
There are a lot of good reasons why you should have attendees giving their feedbacks after the event, for example, to learn what improvements can be done the next time, or also to show the attendees that you are approachable and that you respect their inputs.
The corporate feed can be used to share images, videos, links, information, messages, etc. related to an event.
You can customize the title of the tabs as well as their order of presentation on the mobile application.
Comments: live chat
Track and control the communication and interaction of participants within an activity. With the comments tool you can: Track messages exchanged between attendees in an activity Enable or disable the comments in your activities Moderate or delete messages exchanged between attendees
You can enhance interaction with your audience by projecting responses, comments, poll results, and posts shared throughout the event.. How do I enable or disable this feature? Click on Settings > To…
Quick actions are large, simple, yet practical buttons for easy use and interaction with during the event.
Gamification is a solution on the platform that allows you to create engaging activities for attendees based on task fulfillment.
Networking via Mobile App
This feature enables interactions between attendees on the Mobile App. Attendees will receive a generated contact list of other attendees and their information among those who are present at the event. Attendees can select to share their contact information, social network links etc. Then, send a message to another attendee among those at the event.
A push notification is a message that attendees receive via their web browser or on their mobile phones. Push notifications can be general event announcements, a poll, or a new request for feedback for a certain activity, or the event itself.
This feature enables the sharing of content with various social networks. Sharing content with social networks can be quick, integrated and simple with the click of a button. Content can be pre-appro…
Through the app or the Virtual Lobby, attendees can interact with the speakers with direct questions, but filtered by the organization.
Polls can be created within each activity on the agenda. The main purpose is to increase the interaction of users in the event.