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How to send a meeting request to another attendee or exhibitor?
How to send a meeting request to another attendee or exhibitor?
Updated over a week ago

It is possible, depending on the events, to be able, in addition to sending connection requests, to send meeting requests to people or exhibitors.

Booking a meeting from a People page

You can easily book meetings with the "Book a Meeting" button directly accessible from any People view. It is designed to make scheduling meetings, including multi-participant sessions, more efficient and user-friendly. It's also available on both desktop and mobile. To know more, click here.

Sending a meeting request to an exhibitor

There are two ways to book a meeting with an exhibitor:

1) You can book a meeting with one of the members of the exhibiting company.

2) You can book a meeting with the exhibiting company directly.

To do this, go to the page of an exhibiting company by going to the list of exhibitors:

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Click on one of the proposed meeting slots. If you want to see other slots, click on see more slots.

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After selecting meeting a slot, choose a meeting place and write a message if you wish. Once done, click on "send meeting request."

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A pending meeting is blocking a meeting slot. If your meeting is not confirmed or refused after a few days, do not hesitate to cancel it in order to free up this meeting slot. If you want to make a change to the time or location of the meeting, you will need to cancel the existing meeting and send a new request.

Sending a meeting request to another attendee

If the organizer of the event has enabled meetings, you will be able to book meetings with other attendees.

You can book up to 5 meetings with another attendee.

To book a meeting with a person, you just need to:

1) Go to a person's profile, by going to the list of participants:

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2) Click on one of the proposed meeting slots. If you want to see other slots, click on see more slots.

Note: Meeting slot times are defined by the organizer. They decide from what times meetings between attendees can occur, with whom and for how long.

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3) After selecting a slot, choose a meeting place and write a message to the person you want to meet. Once done, click on "send meeting request."

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A pending meeting is blocking a meeting slot. If your meeting is not confirmed or refused after a few days, do not hesitate to cancel it in order to free the blocked meeting slot. If you want to make a change to the time or location of the meeting, you will need to cancel the existing meeting and send a new request.

Booking multiple meetings

You can book another meeting even if a meeting request is still pending.

If you want to create other meetings with this attendee (up to 5 meetings), you can just send a new invitation using the same workflow, even if the previous invitation is still pending.

When you reach the limit of 5 meeting requests, you'll see a message asking you to cancel some of the previous requests to create new ones.

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