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- MAY 22
Attendee Selected Timezones
For virtual and remote events, it can be helpful to allow attendees to select their preferred timezone. Enable this new feature so attendees can select the timezone they’d like to view your schedule in.
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- MAY 20
We’re proud to announce our new integration with TicketSocket. Giving you more options for registration platforms and empowering you with full control over your event business which is vital to thriving through this pandemic.
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- MAY 4
Some sessions are meant to be attended by everyone, maybe a welcome ceremony or prepared meal. Now you can choose to pin certain sessions to everyones schedules. Learn more =>
- APR 28
We’ve added more prviacy options for organizers. With domain whitelisting, you can restrict account creation and login to your specified domain(s).
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- APR 20
Duplicate Past Event
We’re always looking for ways to make creating and setting up your events as simple as possible. Now you can re-use past event data and settings to save you time and energy. Learn how here =>
- APR 8
Video Stream Privacy
Your events content is important. We’ve added a setting that allows for restricting the video stream field to logged in attendees only. Adjust that in your settings here.
- APR 2
Google Single Sign-On
Remembering passwords and login details can be difficult. Now we offer Google SSO to log into Sched to cut down on confusion.
- MAR 26
Video Streams In Sessions
We’ve made it easier to have video streams and embedded video streams for all your virtual conference needs. Learn more about that and other benefits of virtual conferences here =>
- MAR 18
Venue Map On Web
It’s good to know where you’re going. We added a dedicated page for venue map on our web version. View an example =>
- FEB 4
Speakers Can View Complete Attendance Rosters
Give speakers the power to see the names of everyone on their attendance lists. Learn how to enable the feature here =>
- JAN 20
😁Emojis Are Here!
We’re using them in every other aspect of our lives. 📆Why not include them in your session details and use them to help attendees filter sessions? 🖥You can now use emojis in your event details and across most fields when publishing your Sched site. View an example =>
- JAN 15
Sync Multiple Eventbrite Pages
Are you using a few different Eventbrite pages to promote and sell tickets for your event? You can now sync up to three Eventbrite pages with one Sched event. Engage all your registrants with your full event agenda. Learn more =>
- DEC 20
Rotating Sponsor Banner
Feature your top sponsors with an animated banner in your branded apps. You can include a GIF banner in your custom apps for iOS and Android on our Native plan. View sample =>
- DEC 13
Printing All Attendee Schedules
Apparently, printing 1000 individual PDFs is a major pain in the back-end. Who knew. We’ve heard you loud and clear and fixed printing attendee schedules. It now eliminates empty schedules and combines them all into one PDF file for easier printing.
- DEC 9
More Video Tutorials
Our amazing Customer Success Managers, Nick, Mary, and Jessica, have put together three more quick video guides. Create a cohesive online experience for your event, learn easy ways to organize your complex schedule, and everything you need to know about branding your event.
- NOV 20
Detecting Existing Users
We changed the way we handle existing profiles when you add and edit people in the Control Panel to reduce the number of duplicate profiles created. TL;DR less dupes, less whoops.
- NOV 18
Readability With Dark Session Types
When you choose a dark session type color, the session text will now be white instead of black. We’ll continue rolling this simple, but important feature out in our mobile apps
- NOV 15
Integrating with More Ticketing and Registration Platforms
We’ve released a public API for ticket management and synchronization with any ticket/registration platform. You can add, remove, and transfer tickets to attendees. Let us know if there’s a ticket platform you’d like us to work with!
- NOV 11
Welcome Derek and Lauren!
We’re feeling ambitious, expanding our team so quickly, but we’re happy to officially be a baker’s dozen. Derek lives in Dublin and will be giving some much needed love to our Android apps. Lauren will be based in Reno, Nevada, improving our Sales processes with John as Inside Sales Representatives.
- NOV 8
For those of you that are visual learners (because we are too), we’ve released three new video guides this week! Learn how to check-in attendees to sessions and share these simple overviews of the web and app expereinces with your attendees.
- NOV 4
Digital Signage Settings
To quickly set up monitors at different venues, you can now use direct links to display specific venues and use dark mode.
- OCT 30
We’re a small but mighty team so it’s pretty special and rare that we find the perfect person to grow with us. John is restarting our sales department as the first Inside Sales Representative in 8 months. You’ll recognize this Kiwi based in Europe the minute you hop on the phone.
- OCT 28
Feedback Stays Open Longer
Attendees can now leave session feedback up to 5 days after the event ends.
- OCT 22
Sync Eventbrite Orders in Smaller Batches
We’ve polished the Eventbrite sync and fixed issues with processing the order data. Sched and Eventbrite are ever-evolving platforms and bugs creep up over time as they diverge and converge again. We’re in an ongoing dialogue with Eventbrite on ways to improve the experience further.
- OCT 13
Hide Past Days During Events on Mobile and Embed
Our website has not been receiving enough love and care on mobile devices. We finally fixed a few glaring UI issues when viewing the regular website and embedded versions on phones and tablets. We’ll continue taking steps to make the mobile web experience even better.
- OCT 6-14
#schedcation in Medellín, Colombia
We’re fully remote so we cram in a year worth of water cooler chats during a one-week workcation somewhere exciting. We spent the week revisiting our values and mission. Then we created a product roadmap for the next year and had a few amazing meals, adventurous outings, and wild cocktails in between.
- SEP 17
Add a Rate Limit to the Login Pages
We make the platform and your data even more secure. We made it more clear when you exceed the number of login attempts, and what the steps to unlock your account are.
- SEP 4
Email Campaign for New Users
We launched a campaign with super helpful tips for setting up a new event. It can be intimidating, especially when you’re trying to produce your inspiring agenda. These automatic reminders have best practices for creating life-changing events.
- AUG 14
It was confusing that moderators couldn’t access the same tools as speakers so they can now upload presentation files, edit sessions descriptions, draft emails to attendees, and view feedback. Any schedule conflicts will also be detected when moderators are added to sessions.
- JUL 31
We’ve done some cleaning on our codebase, which will make it easier for us to fix bugs and introduce new features. Unfortunately, the cleanup also introduced a few bugs of its own which were quickly squashed. We apologize for that!
- JUL 24
Now you can add a footer banner to your event.
- JUL 22
Removed LinkedIn Integration
Due to changes made by LinkedIn, the integration has been disabled for now – hopefully not forever. Your attendees can incude a link to their LinkedIn profile in their Sched bio.
- JUL 3
Tag sessions to publish or delete them in batches. You can also send messages to attendees of tagged sessions. Tags are visible to admins only.
- JUN 10
Virus Scan Hosted Files
Presentation files uploaded to your sessions are now scanned for viruses. Even though we assume these files aren’t malicious, accidents happen and we want to ensure the safety of your participants and their data.
- MAY 24
Keep your attendees in the loop with short notifications to their mobile device. You can update everyone that has your app downloaded with news of session cancellations, exciting sponsor call-outs, and last minute venue changes. Available on the Native plan only.
- MAY 2
Print Speaker Schedules
Prepare printouts for your speakers so they know where they’re speaking and when. Export all the speaker schedules to print at once. Quick guide here.
- APR 24
Apple App Store Keywords and Subtitle
With our Native plan, you can customize the keywords and subtitle that will be listed with your app in the Apple app store.
- MAR 29
New Marketing Site
Our redesigned website explains all the benefits of Sched. More event organizerscan find us and make sure our platform is a good fit for their events.
- FEB 21
Hide capacity labels
Don’t allow your filling schedule to prevent interested people from signing up for your event. Hide the capacity labels that show filling and full sessions from users that aren’t logged in. They’ll become visible once an attendee registers and logs in.
- JAN 30
Speakers can view attendee feedback
Session feedback is as important for you as it is for your speakers. Allow them to view the feedback for their sessions.
- JAN 28
Export Session Links
Great for sharing specific sessions through your social channels, you can export the full list of links and short links to each session.
- JAN 22
Detect Schedule Conflicts
If there is a venue or speaker scheduled for sessions at the same time, Sched detects the conflict and flags it. Check out more in our guide to detecting conflicts.
- JAN 15
If you have more than one speaker for each session, you can now manage the order they’re listed in. We know how important this is for academic events!
- NOV 19
Export Presentation Files
Share all materials from your event with attendees and export the session presentation files in one place.
- NOV 12
Add tags to participants’ profiles to send emails to certain groups.
Remove attendees with personal agendas
Confirm to remove an attendee that’s already created a personal agenda.
- NOV 6
Search Eventbrite Orders
Click tickets listed on the Overview tab of attendee profiles to view the order details. See the purchase date, other tickets on the order, and link to the order in Eventbrite.
- SEP 24
Upload an image to the custom page
Upload a venue map, sponsor ad, or flyer to the custom page. Guide to adding a custom page.
- JUN 25
If you use another term like chairman or discussion leaders for your event, you can rename the role in your sessions.
- JUN 11
Show attendees a prompt to join when visiting a new public event, instead of automatically adding attendees to events.
Give particiapnts the possibility to remove themselves from non-admin roles via the directory.
- JUN 4
Improve how emails look in Outlook
Email providers are always making changes so we made a few small tweaks to make sure the emails still look good on all platforms.
Private profiles and unsubscribed from emails
Check to see if an attendee’s profile is private and confirm if they’re signed up to receive emails. You will see an icon when viewing their profile in the control panel attendee directory.
Make emails editable by admins only for unclaimed accounts and accounts with no email. Allow admin-initiated account merge only if one of the accounts to be merged is inactive.
- APR 24
Sched App Released!
Access the full event schedule and details along with personal agendas. Download the app for offline caching so everything’s avaialble even if your connection drops. All events are listed in the app.
- APR 10
Attendees can delete their own accounts
Delete means delete – there is no undo, it doesn’t just hide them, they’re deleted. This function is available from the yourevent.sched.com/profile page and sched.com/delete-account.
- JAN 15
We launched new plans that make it even easier to decide which one is right for your event. Whether you use Sched to engage with your attendees or to reserve seats, our new plans are built to support all types of events.
- OCT 19
Check out our new look by visiting the new control panel from your event’s dashboard. Some of our favorite things include all privacy settings, exports, and messages in one place! We hope you love it as much as we do <3
- JUNE 8
Sneak Peak: New Control Panel!
Our team has been working hard on a new control panel dashboard behind the scenes. We’re making events easier to put online and Sched more intuitive to use. Here’s a sneak peek. OK,… here’s one more!
- MAY 9
Attendance Lists + Exports
Last year, we made it even easier to print out attendee’s schedules for them, if that’s your thing. This month, we fixed a few bugs to improve that process even more.
- APR 26
You’ve got great speakers at your event and now attendees can preview their bios at the session-level, without needing to click on the speaker’s avatar.
- APR 18
Viewing Sched on your Device(s)
Whether you use 5 monitors or a smartphone, we want you and your attendees to be able to view and sort your schedule easily.
- MAR 27
We’ve made it even easier to find sessions with feedback disabled. The count now displays on your settings page.
- FEB 10
Email Confirmation Message
We’ve added a pop-up message to confirm who you’re sending your email announcements to. Just in case 🙂
- FEB 1
Sched Count is Live!
Sched Count makes it simple to manage and track session attendance within your event. It’s available in the iTunes store for all event’s on our Native plan.
- JAN 18
Important Site Stats on your Dashboard
Your admin control panel now displays new data from your feedback surveys. You can use this information to better understand what’s happening at your event.
- JAN 5
Attendees with more than 1 ticket
Because attending events is more fun with friends, if your attendee buys 2 tickets on Eventbrite, they can now reserve 2 seats on Sched for each session they reserve.
We want to help you collect more feedback using Sched so now attendees are able to give survey feedback from their personal Sched page and will receive an email reminder at the end of each day.
But, what’s the point of collecting feedback if you can’t find it? We now include feedback stats in your post-event report.
- JAN 3
Global Check-in Managers
Users can now be flagged as Global Checkin Managers, allowing them to access all sessions from the Checkin App (even if they’re not admins).