A helpful list of terms used in Grenadine. Should you need clarification on a term, simply find it here in the alphabetized glossary.
The physical address of the venue.
The schedule that has been assigned to you by the event organizer. For example, if you are speaking at a session, or a memeber of a panel those sessions will be on your assigned schedule
People at your event as who are not presenting, givng a talk, on a panel etc.These are the people who are at your event to watch and/or network.
An indicator that shows when a person arrives to and departs from your event. For example, Bob Smith could have an arrival of Sep 12th at 10:00 AM, and a departure of Sep 14th at 4:00 PM.
Badges can be printed off and given to Participants and attendees and can contain contact information on an easily scannable QR code to help everyone at the network. Badges are customizable to the desires to the attendees and participants.
Bill me later
This option allows people to reserve a ticket and pay later, by check, money order, or in person at the event.
Call for submissions
An announcement to potential presenters stating what you are looking for, and how potential presenters can go about submitting the requisite forms, documents, files, etc. for your consideration.
A small session happening within a larger "parent" session. Most often, there are several "child" sessions taking place in the same room at the same time.
Alternate Term(s): Sub-session
Currency for this event
The currency that can be used to make payments to register/purchase tickets for the event and or sessions.
Electronic Notice Board
Monitors that display what is happen and where at an event. Any electronic notice board that is capable of displaying a web page can be connected to Grenadine to display.
The overall event taking place. For example "Comicon" is the overall event.
Alternate Term(s): Conference, Festival
The event from the very beginning to the very end. Grenadine will help you organize every step.
An event participant who is presenting/representing their organization/project at an event booth.
A participant who will not be published in the paper and mobile versions of your conference schedule. An “invisible” participant is useful when you need to book technical or help staff to sessions on the calendar, so they will see those sessions in their calendars,without it being published out to the attendees. This can be used to assign the tech person, the caterer, etc.
The company/institution attendees/participants are employed by or representing.
Alternate Term(s): Company,Institution
Open From (call for submissions)
The date those wishing to submit to to be considered as a "participant" at your event can begin making submissions.
Open Until (call for submissions)
The closing date for submissions. Those wishing to submit to be considered for your event must do so on or before this date.
When you have many things on your event calendar happening at the same time and in the same room, you may want to group them under a common “parent” session.
People who are speaking, presenting, performing, on a panel, etc at one or more sessions at the event.
Alternate Term(s):Speaker,moderator,panelist, exhibitor, preformer, etc.
The information provided by the participant
On occassion a ticket will only be able to be purchased after a purchase has already been mde. For example an event may offer "spouse tickets", in this case a pre-requisite ticket would need to be purchased.
A private event is more exclusive and more “hidden” than an unlisted event. When you create a private event, Grenadine will give your event a special link that contains a secret token as part of the link.
As the name implies, public event websites will be visible by anyone. They can be indexed by search engines and no special URL or password is needed to access public event websites.
The individual locations within your venues where the sessions in your event are taking place.These can be conference rooms, theatres, booths, etc.
The individual sessions on taking place during the overall event. For example, talks, panel discussions, luncheons, etc. are all referred to as "sessions". If it is on the schedule for the event, it is referred to as a "session" by Grenadine.
In addition to the access of a “Planner” a “Super Planner” can also: tag admin for surveys, create and manage surveys, drop and add from "Items".
Create surveys to gather information and opinions from Attendees and Participants about the event as a whole or individual sessions.
Alternate Terms: Questionnaire
The types of tickets available for example early bird, student, etc. "Ticket Types" can also be used in call for submissions when there is a fee per submission, or if you are selling something (ie. t-shirts) prior to you event.
Time Constraint Conflicts
When a participant or room is booked too closely for them/it to be prepared for their/the next event. For example is someone is giovign a talk unitl 11:00 and is scheduled to be on a panel in another room beginning at 11:00
An unlisted event is not quite public, but not really a big secret either. It’s similar to what you might remember as an unlisted phone number (if you’re old enough to remember what a phone book looks like!). When you mark your event as unlisted, Grenadine will no longer include your event links in event directories. This means that you will need to send out a link to your event to the audiences that need to see it.
The place where the event happens. Below I have listed several links showing that the industry term tend to be "venue" as opposed to "location"
Alternate Term(s): Location
The name of the venue where the event is taking place, for example, "Grenadine Hotel".
Who can see the event or session. Visibility can be set to "public", "private", or "unlisted".