How to Turn a Single Abstract into a Session?

How to Turn a Single Abstract into a Session?

If a session contains only 1 abstract and you want to convert that abstract into a Session, use the Session Wizard. If there are several abstracts, each may be turned in to a single session, this may be done in bulk.
Note: The Session Wizard cannot be used for Parent-Child type submissions.
  1. Click Dashboard
  2. Click Speaker Module
  3. Click Program button
  4. Click Sessions in horizontal menu
  5. Select Session Wizard
  6. If there are multiple speaker modules, select the applicable Speaker module the abstracts appear in
  7. Select the Session Type from the dropdown list
  8. Check the checkbox next to the applicable abstract(s)
  9. Click Create Sessions button
  10. Click Sessions in horizontal menu
  11. Select Schedule Session (to select the date, time and room) for the Session
  12. Click the + symbol for the corresponding date, time and room to schedule the Session

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