Hide Sessions from Public Program by Session Type

Hide Sessions from Public Program by Session Type

Ensure you have created session types already. If you need to review please see this article.


  1. Click Dashboard
  2. Click Speaker Module
  3. Click Program button
  4. Click Sessions in the horizontal menu
  5. Select Session Types
  6. Click Update on the Session Type that needs to be hidden
  7. Select Yes in the Hide Sessions in Program radio button
  8. Click Update 
  9. Repeat for additional session types

 


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