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Overview of the Event Editor
Overview of the Event Editor

A quick look at how to create events in revnt

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Written by Nick Youngstrom
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The revnt platform allows for a wide variety of customizations in your events.

When a new event is created, you will be taken to the Overview section. Here, you can input the name, description, date, and logo for your event. When you have finished detailing a section, click Save to lock in your selections or click Save and Advance to also move to the next section.

The Landing Page section lets you select a landing page template and upload a cover photo. You can also create Featured entries, listing speakers or topics.

The VIPs section lets you add other pertinent information about your event sponsors and speakers, or promote other events/resources for your audience to view. You can choose to make a carousel of these entries or emphasize them on the landing page.

In the Registration section, you can create any questions you want your attendees to answer prior to entering the event. All answers will be attached to their attendee profiles for later viewing. You can also create a password so that only people who have received communication from you are able to enter.

The Main Stage section lets you customize the first page your attendees will see upon entering the event. There are many ways to utilize it, including but not limited to, placing a static image, uploading a GIF made from a slide deck, uploading a video, creating a video chat room, or hosting the main event there.

If you have multiple sessions, video rooms, or pre-recorded content, the Schedule section lets you create an orderly list for your attendees to view. You can input dates, times, titles, and tags, assign hosts for specific sessions, and upload any video content here. By default, every session you create will also have a dedicated chat.

The Chat section lets you create different chat channels, much like other channel based chat products (Slack, Discord, etc.). They can be public (available to every attendee) or private (you select who gets to participate).

The Registrations section contains profiles for every person who has registered for your events and has their registration questions' answers attached. You can also download a CSV of your registrants, or just a list of registrants who actually entered your event.

Be sure to check out our Event Creation articles for deep dives into each section of the Event Editor.

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