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Understanding Meeting LocationsUpdated a year ago

To make your event truly unforgettable, it's vital to provide attendees with an engaging and efficient way to connect with one another. But with so many meetings and interactions taking place, it can be challenging to keep track of it all. 

This is where meeting locations come in. Adding meeting locations to your event can greatly benefit both you and your attendees. Meeting locations provide clear and concise information about where the meetings are taking place, making it easier for participants to navigate and locate their meetings.

How can I access meeting locations?

First, navigate to Networking from the left sidebar of the Organizer’s Tool and click on Configuration

From here, access the Meeting Locations tab

Here, all meeting locations that you create will be displayed. 

The Meeting Locations tab allows you to create, edit, and delete meeting locations. 

The meeting locations you create can be assigned to specific meeting blocks so that your participants know where their meeting is taking place. Learn more about this topic in our article assigning meeting location to a meeting block

What is the difference between a meeting location and a meeting point?

The key difference between a meeting location and a meeting point is that a meeting point is a smaller unit within a meeting location. Meeting points are essentially designated areas within your meeting location, such as booths to tables. This convenient feature is especially useful for participants with booths or those seeking a dedicated meeting spot, as it removes the need for constant relocation between each session.

Learn more about meeting points in our articles managing meeting points, deleting meeting points and assigning participants to meeting points

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