Event Page Checklist
Your event pages are setup and ready to go and we’ve made checking them quick and easy.
It’s important you check this list carefully so you can ensure that every part of your registration process is perfect before you promote it.
Thank You Page (The page after a user registers)
Live Event Page (Attendee view)
Suggested Next Steps...
Logon to the streamGo dashboard to monitor your reporting
Your Event Producer will have sent you a reporting guide and a login for the platform to monitor your registration data.
Setup a Tech Check
Tech checks are a 30 minute session with your streamGo Event Producer and your presenters - they’re used to discuss all things technical before the event. They typically happen 1-2 weeks before the event at a mutually convenient time. You can contact your Event Producer on firstname.lastname@example.org to book these in.
Setup a pre-record session (if required)
Are you pre-recording some or all of the content of your event? Then a pre-record should be done at least two weeks before your live event date. Your Event Producer will run this with your presenter(s). You can contact your Event Producer on email@example.com.
Create your PowerPoint deck
All of your presentations should be combined into one PowerPoint slide deck (i.e. if you have multiple presenters it will contain slides for presenter 1 followed by presenter 2). The deck should contain all relevant resources such as embedded videos or fonts and not rely on external sources. It’s essential this is provided to your Event Producer 24 hours before any pre-record or live event. Remember to let us know if you have any custom fonts.
Consider one click registration
If you have all the data you require from your potential attendees this can be prepopulated by using our autoreg link. Allowing delegates to register with a single click.
Consider adding refer tags to your URLs
You can easily track where sign ups are coming from by using refer tags on the URL. At the end of your URL provided by streamGo add
this will then show up in your reporting. Check out this help article for some ready-to-go refer tags.