Our customers had an amazing month booking thousands of impactful meetings and sessions at major industry events like the NAB Show 2023, HIMSS, Exhibitor Live 2023, RSA and more worldwide. We also announced our exciting partnership with Cvent that has the events industry buzzing. More on that below. In this issue, we’ll be covering:
Jifflenow’s IRP (Inbound Request Page) is a webpage for end users or event attendees to easily request a meeting or sign up for a session that your team has planned. It enables users to fill out their details, select the type of engagement and the topic of interest and select an available time slot.
To improve the end user experience this enhancement reorders the flow . The requestor will first be able to select the engagement type and the topic or session of interest, then view and choose from available time slots, and finally enter their user details (name, email Id, designation, and company name) in the final step. This change also increases the form completion rates.
Also, the summary page has been enhanced to show all the information related to the selected engagement types to the end user. This helps them submit the request with all the correct information.
Events are hectic for both internal meeting participants and meeting managers. Back to back meetings allow for no break time to recharge, debrief a meeting that has just ended, or prepare for the next meeting. Break time is also needed to sanitize and prepare the meeting room before the next meeting.
To manage a smooth transition to the next meeting, Jifflenow has enhanced the "Break Time" feature in its eEvent and eCampaign products. The system can be set up to automatically add a desired amount of break time to meetings with duration greater than or equal to a specific time limit by engagement type. For example, MM can ensure that all meetings over or equal to 45 minutes will have 15 min break.
Once enabled, the meeting requestor, after selecting the time slot of say 45 minutes in the Book Meeting page, will see a message that “an additional 15 min break is included in the end”. All the meeting participants will receive the ICS notifications for the desired 45 minutes. The system will automatically add the 15 min break time after the meeting and ensure that no other meeting will get scheduled within the duration of the break.
Attendees seek personalized experiences with fluid agendas that they’re in control of. But how do you best build these experiences? One of the best ways is letting attendees pre-book meetings.
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