Create your organization
- Head to www.airmeet.com.
- Click on Host an event.
- Sign up with your email or social media handles.
- Create your organization with Airmeet.
Create your first Airmeet
- Select the Create an Airmeet button on the top right corner of the community dashboard.
- Select the type of event: Single session or Multi-session.
- Feed-in the necessary details of the event: Event name, date, time, etc.
Your Airmeet is now created
- Upon entering all the essential details, your Airmeet gets created.
- You’ll get an event landing page link on the dashboard.
- Participants can use the link to register for your event.
Airmeet event landing page
Your event landing page is now ready
Add or update sessions & speakers: -
- Go to your community dashboard.
- Select your Airmeet event from the Airmeets section on the left.
- Click on Sessions from the left panel.
- Start adding sessions—feed-in session name, date, time, etc.
- Stay inside your Airmeet event dashboard after adding your session details.
- Now, add speaker details by clicking on the Speakers section in the left panel.
Map speakers to sessions
- Map speakers to sessions on both the Sessions tab and the Speakers tab in the left panel.
- After mapping the speaker, share the unique speaker link to respective speakers from which they need to join the event.
Manage event registrations
- Get access to all your signups in the Manage registrants tab.
- Download data by clicking on the Download CSV button on the top right of the list of registrants’ data.
Gear up with the top four things in an Airmeet
- Update no. of virtual tables in the community dashboard in the About the Airmeet section.
- Enter into the event, land on the social lounge, and select the edit button on the top left corner of each virtual table.
- Add labels and brand logos to each table to increase engagement and enable conversations.
NOTE: The default table would be 12 which can be increased but can't be decreased once updated.
Branding and sponsorships
- Community dashboard –> Airmeets –> Select your event –> Branding.
- Add your brand logo and sponsor logo to appear on the event screen.
- You will get to see the brand logo replacing the platform branding on the top right corner of the Airmeet event window.
- The sponsor logo will appear on the sessions bar near the RHS(Right-Hand Section).
- Community dashboard –> Airmeets –> Select your event –> Live stream
- Select a social platform, choose the session you want to stream, enter the RTMP URL, and the Stream key.
- Tada! Your live streaming is all set.
- Community dashboard –> Airmeets –> Select your event –> Stream pre-recorded videos.
- Upload speaker videos, sponsor videos, or your brand videos to play in between sessions.
- Go to the event –> Backstage and ensure if your videos are in the Videos section in the RHS.
NOTE: Recommended Format: MP4 & Maximum file size: up to 2GB
Social Lounge is the signature feature of Airmeet where participants can network with fellow attendees, speakers, and hosts. It is a virtual ballroom with tables—participants can move between tables, join relevant conversations, and meet more people. The social lounge area will be active and accessible before and after the event or sessions.
- Custom welcome message: You can edit the welcome message for your audience in the Configure social lounge tab on the top right corner of the social lounge.
- Take a seat: To join a table, you have to click on the Take a seat button below the table. Please make sure your participants make meaningful conversations at your event. Educate them that they can check the bio of the people at the table by hovering over their profile picture on the chairs.
- Leave table: The conversations that happen at the social lounge are not controlled or limited by anyone, unlike other platforms. Participants get absolute freedom to move between tables, leave the table, and join new conversations that are happening in the social lounge.
- Table controls: Once you join a table, a window opens up where participants can video chat with each other at the table. The controls in the bottom bar of the window allow you to mute/unmute audio, turn on/off video, screen share with the audience on the table, and a chat window(table chat) to share useful links and contact information.
Backstage is an exclusive space where hosts can sync up with speakers before going live. Hosts can help speakers get a quick dry run, test presentations, and check audio and video quality before starting the session.
- Go Backstage: Only the speakers that have joined through the speaker link will be able to see the Go Backstage button on the top right corner of the social lounge window. Hosts and speakers will be able to enter backstage, by clicking on this button.
- Start session: Once you are ready to go live, click on the Start Session button on the top right corner of the backstage.
- Session countdown: After clicking on the Start Session, you will be given a 10 seconds countdown with a starting soon message.
Airmeet has got one of the most engaging stage experiences with emojis, polls, Q&As, and chats. Your first step is to get familiarized with the RHS and bottom navigation bar elements.
Chat: Airmeet offers a secured public and private chat box to boost uninterrupted communication.
Q&A: A separate window, Q&A lets participants ask questions easily. Great questions need attention the audience gets to upvote questions, and hosts will be able to sort them by popularity and get them answered.
Invite to the stage: The feature allows you to invite attendees as speakers to the dais and help you stay on top of speaker management. Search for the attendee that you want to invite in the Attendees section in the RHS. Click on the three vertical dots on the attendee’s thumbnail and Invite to the stage.
Videos: Stream pre-recorded video option on the Airmeet dashboard allows you to get pre-recorded videos from your speakers and stream them live. The videos that you upload on the Airmeet dashboard appear in the Videos tab on the RHS.
Bottom navigation bar
Reactions: Airmeet’s thumbs-up, clap, heart, and lots of other emojis make the experience lively and engaging.
Polls: Polls let you gather some insightful feedback from the audience and are also a smart way to increase engagement in between sessions.
Screen share: Screen share presentations and videos with a click of a button. Please make sure you don’t go on mute while playing videos from your laptop/desktop computer.
Speed networking matches you with fellow-participants, speakers, and hosts to have a one-on-one conversation with them. The time duration of each discussion is usually limited to make the experience quick and productive.
Speed networking zone: The audience will be able to speed network only if they get into the speed networking zone. Encourage them to click on Start speed networking.
Time duration: The ideal time slot for a speed networking meeting is between 2-5 minutes. Keep it as minimum as possible to make it more active and engaging.