Within ‘Manage Speakers’ tab, click on ‘Create New’ on the upper right corner. You can then choose your preferred method of adding from ‘Create New’ or 'Search from Database' from the pop-up. The 'Create New' option allows you to input the information related to the speaker; there are some mandatory fields here. You can request additional information via the 'Request' option later. If you choose 'Search from Database', then you can import a speaker from any of your past or current events. If you have the speaker information from any of your events, then it makes it easy to add them to your current event.
Once a speaker has applied to your event, their names will show up in the New Speakers section. Within the New Speakers section, change their status to the available statuses. The available status settings are :
Apart from these options, you can create your own customized status. Once you change their status, they will move to the ‘Manage Speakers’ section. From here you can notify them, request for information, or even edit their information.
From this page, click on ‘Create New Type Setting’. Fill in and save the information; you have now created a new type of speaker classification.
We developed the speaker influence score to help event organizers make decisions on their speaker selection. This score is computed from the information each speaker provides of their digital presence. Some of the information that we use to calculate the influence score includes their social media followers, the frequency and engagement rate of the content they share, and several other factors.
From this page, click on ‘Create New Status’.
The 'Approved Speaker' feature gives you insight into the aspect of diversity and inclusion. There are several ways to access the 'Approved Speaker' feature.
You can access the 'Approved Speakers' in the event home page. It shows you a public view of the approved speakers for your event and this URL can be shared in your community.
The second way to access the 'Approved Speakers' is in the Speaker Dashboard under the 'Dashboard' tab.
The 'Approved Speakers' also appears as a sub tab of 'Manage Speakers'. In this tab, you can see a list of all the approved speakers. You can also view them as thumbnails. Here you also have the opportunity to embed the approved speakers in a thumbnail view on your event websites.
These views help you ensure that your event is diverse and inclusive.
In addition, the 'View' icon provides you options to view the speaker information in an appealing format.
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