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Conference Center Gets Feature Frag-tastic!

Posted by Michelle Nikolayevsky on
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Twice a year ReadyTalk hosts Feature Frag. This five day “hack-a-thon” gives our engineering teams an opportunity to showcase their creativity while building features that enhance our product. Ideas for these projects came from customer feedback, road map suggestions, feature requests and more.

Several of those projects made it into production and we will keep you updated as more are released. In the mean time, the Conference Center Feature Frag projects are now available.

Frag Feature #1: Click and Drag Questions

Are you creating custom registration questions or working on a survey? Instead of breaking your workflows, adjust your custom registration or survey questions without starting from the beginning.

1) Click on the box to the left of the question

2) Drag the question up or down accordingly to reach your desired flow

 

 

Feature Frag #2: Invite from Contacts

For collaboration and webinars alike, this new feature makes inviting meeting participants quick and easy. The key benefit of this feature is that it auto suggests participants from your Conference Center contacts. Additionally, it also validates the email formats of.csv uploads.

If you generally invite the same people to numerous meetings, a best practice is to upload those contacts into Conference Center first.

To Invite Contacts Manually

  • Type in the name of your participant and the system will auto suggest and complete as you type them in.

 

To Invite Contacts Using the Bulk Upload Feature

  • Upload a .csv file. The system will validate and report back if any of the addresses are invalid. It will allow you to fix them.

This screen will show you how many of the addresses are valid and invalid.

 

 

As mentioned above, stay tuned for the release of more of the projects from this Feature Frag including some cool mobile enhancements.

As always, we love to hear from you. What features would you like to see added to our product? Leave a note below!

 


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