Hello community members! For this edition of Tip of the Week, we're excited to decode a bit about the Community and in turn enhance your Community experience even more.
Let's start by covering the Topic Tags in your Open Forum discussions. By the way, don't forget you can subscribe to these by adding them to your Stated Interests in your Community profile.
Here is a general overview of how you can use these topics when posting your question or discussion:
You can create your own tags, these user created tags go a long way to help others identify posts that may be of interest to them. Just type a # and the text you'd like to follow to create your own tag. Use a combination of topics and user created tags to narrow down the focus of your post. Another way to attract attention to your post is a clear and concise Discussion Subject.For example, you want assistance identifying a venue in a certain city metro area that can host your hybrid event and has a broadcasting room. Include in the Discussion Subject keywords like searching, venue, hybrid, broadcasting room. Then use the topics #SourcingaVenue and #BiddingonGroupBusiness. Add your own tags like #hybridevents,name of the location, #broadcastingroom, #VenueSuggestions. Next, let's review the Ideas categories for when you are submitting your product feedback:
Wow, lots of great products to discuss and share feedback on here in the Community! With your decoded knowledge on how to frame your discussions and ideas, be sure to take the next step by posting in the Open Forum or submitting your ideas. We can't wait to hear from you!#CventTip
A couple of the things I think that we are missing are:- SpeakerResourcCenter- AttendeeView- SpeakerView- ExhibitorView
When I mentioned "view" I am thinking of what the exhibitor or speaker or tendencies in various tools. The speaker resource center really doesn't have any great "this is what you will see" resources. The exhibit for the one is much better flushed out.
Iwhen I mentioned "view" I am thinking of what the exhibitor or speaker or tendencies in various tools. The speaker resource center really doesn't have any great "this is what you will see" resources. The exhibitor portal one is much better fleshed out.
When we are trying to teach attendees what their experience will be like in the virtual attendee have and or Event app, there don't seem to be good materials.I end up logging in as one of these external viewers myself and recording my screen and doing voice overs to create custom training materials. That's a lot of extra work :-)