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How to Set up a Schedule for a Hybrid Event in Zuddl

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This article explains how you can create a session and also how to search for one on your Zuddl dashboard.

Add a session

To create a schedule you need to add sessions. To add a session:
  1. Go to Venue Setup > Schedule. This takes you to a page where the entire schedule is visually represented date-wise, over a timeline.
  2. Click on the Add session button to start creating a session or tap on a particular time window on the timeline to create a session for that time.

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  3. Enter a Session name.
  4. In the About the session text field, add a session description. The session description appears in the Schedule venue on the live event side.
  5. On the Select day field, select the date-day for the session.
  6. Select a time range in the Start & end time.
  7. Select a Session location from the dropdown. A location is a place in an event where sessions take place.

  8. Enter a Session capacity to limit the number of attendees for this session. This is 0 by default (no limit).
  9. (Optional) To hide this session, toggle on Hide session.
  10. Click on the Select Speakers link, search and select the speakers from the list. You can also add new speakers by clicking Add a speaker button. Learn how to add a speaker.
  11. Click Add session.
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The created session appears as a card on the calendar view on the session listing page.


Search for a session

  1. Go to Venue Setup > Schedule.
  2. On the session listing page, click on the search icon and enter session or speaker name to search for a particular session. You can also filter the list using the Select Venue and Select Subvenue dropdown.

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For a multi-day event, you can also filter by session date using the date tabs. The session date options are listed based on the event start and end date specified at the time of event creation.

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