The Agenda view within Community is a useful view of all the Sessions occurring during an event, listed in chronological order. There are also a number of features that make each users Agenda view personalized and constantly up-to-date. 

Each Session in the Agenda is displayed with the Session name, start and end times, and location. They can also be added to a personalised Agenda via the Add to My Agenda icon on the right of each Session.

A sample Agenda view can be seen below:

Features of Community Agenda

My Agenda
The Agenda supports creating a personalised Agenda which can be accessed via the My Agenda toggle in the top bar. Sessions can be added to your personalised Agenda by tapping the calendar icons at the right of each Session in the main Agenda view. See below for an example of the Agenda and My Agenda views:

The Jump-to-now feature within the Agenda is active during the event. While an event is running, upon opening the Agenda, the Agenda will automatically scroll to the Session(s) that are currently running. Additionally, events that are running will have the text "on now" pulsing in green, to indicate the Session is currently running. 

Quick Dates
A user can easily jump to days of the event using date buttons located at the bottom of the screen. This will scroll a user to the Sessions for that day in one tap.

This tab is visible for one day events as well as multiple day events. The date format displayed is designed to be region agnostic and is not configurable. 


A user can filter the Agenda based on a set of configurable Session Traits - these are properties that can be applied to Sessions to group them by type, and enable them to view the Sessions that they are interested in. To Filter the Agenda, tap the Filtering icon at the top right of the Agenda:

And then use the check-boxes to select the desired Session types:

Filtering is also available based on a Session's Location (such as different Streams or the Keynote Stream):

For each Session users can see if they're entitled to attend, not entitled to attend, or if they have attended the Session. A user must be logged in to the C to see their entitlements.

If a Person is not entitled to attend a Restricted Session, a red padlock will appear next to the name of the Session in the Agenda. If they are entitled to attend, a small green unlocked padlock will appear instead.

Not Entitled to attend:

Entitled to attend: 

Automatic updating

The Agenda keeps itself up-to-date at all times. If changes are made to the Agenda in Jomablue, then they will be automatically updated inside the Community Agenda.

This replaces the need for downloadable PDF-based Agendas - as they can become out of date the moment that they are published, are more difficult to keep track of, and are less convenient to view than a responsive web page like the Community Agenda.

Note: Sessions can be hidden from the Community. This is configured under the Session detail in Jomablue.

Updated for Jomablue 6.1 onward

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