How It Works! 🗓

With our flexible scheduling options, you'll be able to add a new upcoming session at any time, including:

  • after customizing the event (instead of during the initial event creation)

  • when all previously scheduled sessions have finished (the event will remain available)

  • using different schedule types (mixing recurring schedules with one-time sessions)

We've made it incredibly easy to do just that!

When is this event happening? ⏱

Once you're ready to add sessions, you'll want to jump into the Summary area of your event. From there, you'll find your summary table where you can view and manage your Upcoming and Past sessions (or On-Demand for Automated events).

To add a session, you'll need to select the + Schedule Sessions button in the top-right.

A modal will appear with two options to choose from:

Single Date & Time: Simple! Perfect for sessions that occur on a specific date.

Recurring Times: These allow you to set sessions that occur on repeating schedule. Great for scheduling events that you want to run daily/weekly/monthly!

Note: What if I want to run the event multiple times, but at specific times that don't recur? Easy! Just add multiple Single Date & Time sessions, each with a specific time. Remember, you can always add additional sessions to your event at any time.

Just select the date and time (and the frequency, for any recurring sessions) and you'll be ready to continue.

Confirm your choice by selecting the Add to Event Schedule button to lock it in.

Blackout Dates

You can quickly add Blackout Dates directly from within the same Summary area.

These are simply time periods where your event will not be available or not recur.

You're all set! Your newly scheduled session will appear within the summary table under the Upcoming Sessions tab.

Reschedule Session

If you need to reschedule the session, you can change date and time at any time from the session menu:

Once you click to edit the date and time of the session, it will ask you if you would like to Notify Registrants to let them know the date/time has been updated.

Note: The automated message cannot be edited at this time.

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