Support Every Timezone

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May 22, 2020

We keep hearing it from event organizers and we’ve been pleasantly surprised ourselves, going online with events completely opens up your audience. Now anyone from all over the world can attend and get something out of your thoughtful content. With that barrier for entry lowered, everyone who may not have been able to travel to […]

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Synchronized Registration and Schedule Management with TicketSocket and SCHED | 🚨 New Integration

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May 20, 2020

Sched is committed to helping you create raving fans for your organization through events. One way organizations can do this is by simplifying their registration systems. Consistent with these goals, we’re proud to announce a new and exciting integration with TicketSocket, a simple and powerful platform for ticketing and registration solutions. Synchronize & Automate Registration […]

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How to Run a Virtual Event

Over the last few years, we’ve seen more and more fully virtual events popping up. We’re honored to be part of new groundbreaking ways we can all continue to teach, connect, and inspire each other. There are some huge benefits to going remote with your event.

First and foremost, you can expand your audience to include participants from all over the world! Without the constraint of a physical location, accessibility is increased and anyone can attend. In 2018, All Day Dev Ops made it easy for its attendees around the world with links to each timezone.

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2 Simple Ways to Grow Your Event

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February 20, 2020

We’ve had an integration with Eventbrite for many years now but a new feature released on January 15th, 2020 really had me thinking about the huge promotional benefit of using our two solutions together. Aside from fulfilling the job of processing registration payments or ticket sales for your event, Eventbrite + Sched creates a unique […]

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The History of Emojis

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February 14, 2020

I may work in tech and I might be the technical writer here at Sched but I don’t always understand how something is made possible on our event management software. When the developer team announced that the awesome event organizers on Sched can now use Emojis in most fields across the platform, our Slack chat […]

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