Feeds are an essential means for all parties attending your event to interact with one another, and a great way to encourage discussions and drive engagement.
A feed is like a discussion board, where the event, the sponsors (or exhibitors), the speakers, and the audience can all post content that they want to share, and react to it.
The posts that are added to a feed can contain a variety of content such as images, videos, and links to all kinds of content (sessions, streams, pages, documents, forms or surveys, online content, sponsor profiles, etc.).
By default, all the posts from all the feeds that exist in your event will be displayed in the event's home feed for all your audience to see. When a post to a feed is displayed in the Home feed, the post will be displayed there as well as the name of the feed that the post was added to.
You can however choose to exclude certain feeds from the Home feed, and make individual feeds separately accessible to all or certain segments your audience.
Find out how to get the best out the home feed in your event.
You can create individual feeds in your workspace. Each feed can be made directly accessible to your audience via the event menu, and/or its posts can be made visible via (or excluded from) the home feed.
For example, you may wish to have a feed per topic discussed at your event, or feeds targeted to specific audience so that only a select group of participants can see them.
How to create a feed?
How to post on a feed from Backstage?
How to exclude feeds from the home feed?
How to post a video on the home feed from Backstage?
How to moderate feed posts?
How do participants post in the event?
How to target feeds to your audience?
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