The Jomablue Community is implemented as a Progressive Web App (PWA). Rather than a typical smartphone application, which is download from a store and requires approval to be published and installed, a Progressive Web App runs on any device with a browser, with no approvals or downloads required. This allows for optimal uptake and engagement with your attendees.

Community Features

The features of Jomablue Community include:

Event Lobby

Community features a Lobby for each Event, which is the default page that is loaded upon visiting for the first time. It displays your Community header image, some detail about the event, an optional Welcome Message, and Authentication (LogIn)

Authentication (Login)

Community does not require users to log in to use the App, however if an Attendee logs in then their experience will be personalised, and they will have access to their Sessions and Networking. There are three main login methods available for Community:

  • Logging in with a registered mobile/cell phone number
  • Logging in with a registered email address

For more about how Authentication works in Community, see this article

Agenda/Sessions

Community features an Agenda that is synced with the Agenda in Jomablue. It displays as a chronological list of all visible Sessions (each Session can be set to invisible via the Portal), including the Session name, start/end times, and Location. For more on the Agenda and Sessions in Community, see this article

Vendors

Community features a list of Vendors at your Event. Vendors are displayed in alphabetical order, but can be displayed within groups (e.g. Sponsorship levels or other relevant groupings). For more on how Vendors behave in Community, see this article

Speakers

Community features a list of the Speakers at your Event, which is displayed in alphabetical order and includes their Profile picture, Name, Job Title, and Company. For more on how Speakers work in Community, see this article

Networking

Community has a Networking feature which intelligently recommends Attendees that the user should connect with, and can present their name, Profile Picture, Company, Job Title, Bio, and contact information. Users must opt-in to become visible in the Networking feature and have full control over what is visible in their networking profile. For more on Networking in Community, see this article

Custom Pages

Community features a Custom Pages feature, allowing you to create your own HTML content and display it within Community. Custom Pages can be used to display important information in one place, link to external websites, display a map of the Event, or anything else you wish to make available to your Attendees. For more on Custom Pages in Community, see this article

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