Certain features or functionality on the website are only accessible to event registrants. To log in, you can click in the upper right corner of the main screen, and enter your credentials.
Click on the graphic tiles to open the session details or the exhibit hall.
The vertical menu on the left side of the screen will give you options for browsing the program elements and materials associated with the event.
Under Browse Schedule, click on the full schedule to open the agenda of available sessions.
The first time you login, you will be prompted to fill out your profile. We encourage you to fill out your full profile, including a photo. As a registrant, you can edit your profile information at a later date by selecting "My Conferencd Profile" under your name in the upper righthand corner of the screen. If you elect to share your contact information, your profile will appear on the attendee list under your name. You will only be able to contact other attendees if you are opted-in as well. Exhibitors will also have access to your profile if you interact with them by viewing their content.
Browse the full list of conference attendees, and message those who have opted into the networking feature! Attendees without the lock icon next to their name are available to be contacted through email or the chat feature by clicking on their name. You must be opted into the networking feature to send and receive messages.
Users will not receive a notification when anotherattendee has responded to their chat. Users can see if they have unread messages from auser by finding the attendee's profile. If there is anunread message, there will be a red notificationbubble on the chat icon.
You can create your own personal schedule by making favorites. Click on the star next to a session that you would like to appear in your personal schedule. You can also favorite speakers, other attendees, and exhibitor booths you’d like to visit during the program.
You can even export your session favorites to your calendar! You can also save your schedule as a PDF, Word document, or Excel document.
There’s also a note feature. If you’d like to create a note about a session, use the paper icon on the right side of the session window beside the star icon. Notes can only be entered for sessions that registrants have added to their favorites.
Once the revISION ASLA 2020 event begins, registrants will see a “Watch Now!” button on each education session. This button will be active five minutes before the start of the session. This is where attendees will enter the session. If you are logged in to your Facebook or Twitter account, you can share sessions directly from the website. The short URL for the session will automatically populate along with the hashtag #reVISIONASLA2020.
Speakers will be available to answer questions during most education sessions. You can pose questions to the speaker(s) by pressing the 'ASK QUESTION' button. Just type in your question and submit it! Other attendees will see your question in the list, and they can vote it up higher and higher on the list. Each attendee has 100 points to vote questions up the list. If you use all your points, don't worry because you gain back one point every second!
Engage in a conversation with your fellow attendees... just add a comment into the discussion to share your thoughts with other attendees. To make commenting more fun, access emojis on your desktop device. Access the emoji keyboard by pressing Windows Key + ; on a PC and Command + Control + Space on a Mac.
Under Bite Sized Learning, click on Virtual Networking to browse all video chat room sessions. In the session pop up window, click the Video Chat button to join a chat. If you plan to actively participate, please be sure your webcam, microphone, or both are on and functional.
Click on the Exhibit Hall menu item or graphic tile. You will see a choice to list companies by alphabetical order, sponsor level, logo, or product category.
Clicking on a company name will open the company’s booth. You can download resources and have video chats with the sales representatives.