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  • 1.  Same Page Title

    Posted 12-10-2020 08:17
    In Classic we used to be able to use the same page title for multiple pages, but i'm not finding that to be the case in Flex. Does anyone have a workaround? Was hoping page titles could be the same even if the code or something needed to be different. I.E. we might have a different agenda or who to contact page for different audience types, but still want to call it Agenda on both views of the site.

    Kelly Ohlert
    Manager of Operations Groups

  • 2.  RE: Same Page Title

    Posted 12-17-2020 18:30

    Hi Kelly, 

    I know you can restrict website pages visibility in Flex based on registration type, but I'll admit we've never used it where we had to name the pages the same. This is the basic info I could find in the Knowledge Base, but your specific question will probably warrant opening a case with customer service:

    Béline FALZON
    Conference Program Specialist II
    California Teachers Association

  • 3.  RE: Same Page Title

    Posted 12-18-2020 12:09

    Yeah, you can't have the same page titles in Flex. I too, would like to do that. For instance, we have several audiences, and would like to have different info on the same page, depending on audience. For example, I'd like to have only ONE menu item called "Agenda" for 3 audiences, but that page needs to show different headers, instructions and sessions/times. The only way to do that is to have 3 different copies of the Agenda page, each with their own page title.

    Cvent, if you're listening: The workaround for this could be to give us a "Menu Name" that's separate from page title. That way, we could have different page titles, but the menu (like Agenda) could be the same. Then, we assign each of those pages to different registration types.

    Bob Lane
    Director, Technology
    OMNIA Partners, LLC

  • 4.  RE: Same Page Title

    Cvent Staff
    Posted 12-18-2020 12:36

    Hi Bob,

    Great suggestion there! Thank you for providing details from your organization's perspective. Kelly submitted this as an idea last week, so I'd encourage you to upvote it! You can also add a comment if you'd like.



    Danni Czark
    Senior Associate, Online Community Marketing