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Lesson 7: Event Directory & Building Cloning
The Event Directory in Remo will allow you to link multiple concurrent buildings together to form one cohesive event experience where your guests can freely move from space to space.
To make things easier and to save time, you can use the Clone event feature to make an exact copy of any of your created buildings.
With in-person events, it is common to have one large main gathering room, and then have your guests move to smaller or alternate programming rooms. We can recreate that experience in Remo.
So right now we have three buildings that are concurrent events (live at the same time) that I would like to bring together to form my event experience. However, for Remo 201 purposes, I need to create a fourth building that looks exactly like buildings two and three. Under the 3 dot drop down on building 3, I select Clone this event.
This will create an exact replica of my space, except for the start and end time, the speakers and guests lists, the event assistants who were assigned to building three will need to be reassigned to building four, and the chat will be erased. Clicking proceed will create my new building.
Select prepare my event and make sure to change the event’s title, as it will default to the name from the building we cloned with the word copy. I’d like to name this building number four. And I would also like to have it open at the same time as my other buildings. Everything else stays the same with my event, the Page description. My cover image, my floor plan (which can change for a new look), my billboards and my sponsors, but I can modify any of these as needed.
My agenda will be cloned once I publish the event, which I can then go in and add or edit afterwards, and likewise with my run of show. But the invitations for speakers and guests will be cleared, and they will be eliminated from the participant list in chat. When I click publish event, it will take me back to my events tab and show me what we’ve learned from Remo 101, how to access the landing page and copy my link.
Now that I have all my buildings created, I will go into the Event Directory to name my directory, which will be the title of my conference or my event. So for this case, it will be our Remo 201 demo. Next, I link my buildings in the order I wish to create my whole event. I am listing my main landing building first, and then my second building, my third building and my fourth building are selected from the dropdown. These are all public events. Private events will not display and need to be linked through banners as private buildings are not currently supported with this feature.
Another best practice is to clearly name your building and limit the characters so your guests easily identify which building they need to be in or jump to.
The Event Directory allows a max of six buildings at a time so this shows I have used four of my six. I will click create my Event Directory, which I have ONE of at a time.
Inside the event, both hosts and guests will see the directory on the upper white toolbar.
Remo 201 demo is the title that I gave to my Event Directory, which is the name of my event or conference.
The building that I’m currently in is the main Remo training 201 demo building. When I open the events tab, all of my live/active linked buildings will then populate and I can move between each of these events with ease. I am now in building three, I can move quickly over to building four.
This feature is accessible from conversation and presentation modes, as the location does not change.