Table of content

  • Overview
  • Control access for ticket enabled event
  • Control access of registered & invited participants
  • Points to remember


Overview


Tired of people spamming or complaining about your session? With Airmeet’s new “Session-based Access” feature, the organizers/host can control who can enter certain sessions in Airmeet events.

Controlling access can be done on basis of either Ticketing tiers or from the list of registrants/ list of attendees uploaded by the organiser using CSV file upload or can avail both the options.

Let’s see how it works :


Step 1: Go to the event dashboard and click on “session tab” and create a session or select the session you want to edit.
Step 2: Scroll down to the particular session select “Control who can join”.



Step 3: A separate page opens up inside the session tab where you can select the access on basis of Ticketing tiers or from the list of registrants/ list of attendees added by the organiser using CSV file upload or can avail both the options.



a) Control access for ticket enabled event  (Not applicable for Indian organizers)

Select the relevant ticket tier to provide access to ticket holders for a particular session.




Note : Booth Exhibitor needs to be explicitly added for the session as they won’t be having access to the session if not granted them the permission.



b) Control access of registered participants


Select the participants to be allowed to access this particular session on the basis of registration done before the event starts or if it’s a private event then the organizer can select from the list of participants uploaded (via CSV).



Note: Booth Exhibitor needs to be explicitly added for the session as they won’t be having access to the session if not granted them the permission.





Points to Remember:


  1. This feature is available only in Conference Format.

  2. All speakers and event organisers (event managers) in the event will have access to all sessions in the event (regardless of whether access is restricted or not).

  3. Since we don't have the email IDs of guest users (Event entry > Anybody can join the event) they would not show up on the guest list.

  4. If an event organizer grant session access to a particular ticket type, then whichever attendee purchases that ticket type will be granted access to that session.

  5. If access rules are changed during the event is live, the attendee will have to refresh the browser tab for changes to take effect.