In addition to having the full list of participants available in your event, you can create custom lists of participants based on their profile information.
For example, you may wish to custom lists of participants based on their organizations, countries, positions, etc.
To be more specific, when you create a custom list of participants, you will actually be creating a link that will open the list if participants.
This list can then be made directly accessible to your app users via an app menu, quick link, or added to a page as a link.
In addition, you can configure targeting for the list, to decide who in the event will be able to access and see this list.
How to create a custom list
- In the workspace main menu, go to Content > Users > Preferences tab.
- On the left of the screen, click on the + button next to Custom lists, and create your list using the available fields:
Add a title to the user list. This will appear at the top of the custom list of participants when opened in the event.
Add an icon for the custom list of participants.
Select whether participants will be sorted alphabetically in the list based on the first letter of their first name, or the first letter of their last name.
Here you can choose who among your participants will be part of this custom list. This works in the same way as targeting, with rules and conditions. For more information on this please refer to the Targeting article.
Selecting this option will prevent app users from using the search within the custom list of participants.
Selecting this option will remove the visual alphabetical indexation (A, B, C) in the participant list, so only the list of participants will appear (sorted alphabetically).
Group by will work if the Disable index option is selected. Entering a field here (or metadata) will group all app users based on the information contained the metadata field. This could be used to group users per company, by entering the field "company".
Filter by field
This option can be used to enter a metadata so that, in the user list, the app user will be able to see all app users who have the same information as they do. For example, if the "country" field is selected here and the participant's "country" is USA, then all participants from USA will be displayed.