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RE: Your best cvent hack

@Steven Schlossman - You just made my day! For the dolphin tour, I'd have ​a dolphin. :) ​ -- James Rose | Senior Web Developer and Content Management Digital Infrastructure Office of University Development | University of Michigan --


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@Rachel Sigley We sometimes print in a small font the session the attendee is registered for. And usually in gray. This is my backup incase we get overloaded or something goes wrong at session check in. That and we can move people in quick. I also use conditional images. If someone purchases our...


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We do hacks for special things we asked during registration that we want people to confirm at check-in when we're getting them their badges. So at registration we have people choose activity/sessions for one afternoon, food/dietary information and other things related to their checkin. We then...


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I want to add an additional #cventhack. You can use a 3rd party platform, such as Zoom with "interpretation" to produce content in the VAH in multiple languages. Go into the translation company's zoom account (or have them set it up) and use THAT link in your VAH session. It will have to be a...


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Steven, I went through circles with the same situation and not being able to upload information for Guests easily. I now use internal questions. As long as you pull the guest confirmation number, you're able to upload! It has made our processes much easier. The nice thing is that you can...


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Thought of something new, although maybe not a hack since it's a feature. When I first started using cvent I wanted to import answers to internal questions. At the time I don't think I could import to guests. So I used feedback questions. I think I may have suggested to cvent to used...


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@Richard Carls , I know you posted this a while ago, but I just saw it. FANTASTIC. This could potentially change the way I do emails. If I can evaluate Internal Information fields within an event instead of having only those from the picklist (which are mostly on the contact level), my job will...


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Hi Lindsay, I would love to be able to do this and have tried formatting the invoices/statements in the past but they looked really bad. Do you have an example you could possibly share with me on how your finished product looks? Thanks! Marie -- Marie Jeffery Director of Customer Experience The...


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Thought of another useful hack that I used with my last event. I print agendas for all attendees. Most invitees bring guests. When I print the agendas, they are all in alphabetical order. In the past I would create a registration packet for each person. This year I wanted to combine the invitee...


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This has now been added to the ideas section as Automatically Expire Invitations if anyone is interested in upvoting :-) -- Kelly Ohlert Supervisor Operations, Groups Stryker --