What is an Event Session?

Last updated October 18, 2018

The WorkCast Platform

The WorkCast Platform is a unique webinar and webcasting platform that allows users to have fully styled and branded event workflows that can be used for many events.

Every customer of WorkCast Present+, WorkCast Producer+ and Enterprise licenses has the option to create and run Events which contain Event Sessions.

What Is an Event Session?

what is an event session

(The above image displays a single Event with three Event Sessions. The first Session is expanded showing its content)

An Event Session is the term given to all the specific presentation components of an event that are set up as part of the Master Template.

An Event Session is a single continuous presentation session (Live, Simulive or On Demand) in a single page (Auditorium).

For example, a standard webinar will have a number of components in the workflow like the Registration Form and communications and will contain a presentation in a single page (e.g. multiple presenters presenting different slides) but delivered as an event with a single session.

For virtual or multi-session events, there will be any number of Event Sessions depending upon the scale and design of that Event and these can be run concurrently or sequentially and can be of different types; Live, Simulive or On Demand.

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