When you have an event with multiple sessions and a specific session has ended, a good practice is to mark the session over and call the audience to the upcoming session.

Why would I want to mark the session is over?

When attendees visit your event's link, they'll be redirected into the most current session. Also, when someone who isn't registered lands on your event page, it will show up as the next session instead of showing a session that has passed.

Here's How to Do it

Right after your live session has taken place and you've hit "End broadcast", click the schedule located under the title of your event.

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You'll see a dropdown menu where you will select "Mark session over."

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Then click on your next session and you'll see that you can click call audience to session.

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‚ÄčOnce you do that, the main URL of your event will send attendees to the upcoming session that is going to go live instead of showing a past session.

Common Questions:

Can attendees still watch the replay of past sessions?

Of course! They would click on the schedule from within the event and select which session they'd like to watch.

When I call the audience to a session is everyone taken into the session I call them into?

Yes they are. In theory, an attendee could be watching a past replay and if your next session is starting soon and you call the audience while they're watching the replay they will be brought into the session you called them into.

We designed it this way since the majority of attendees want to watch the live event and may have lost track of time.

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