Grenadine Event Manager allows you to configure your automatically generated website to meet your needs and the needs of your event attendees.


Grenadine automatically generates a custom website for your event. Using Grenadine Event Manager you are able to configure this website to meet your requirements. Below is an overview of how you can make your Grenadine Event Website everything you need it to be.

Please Note some areas of website configuration such as CSS are for advanced users only.

Grenadine Event Manager -> Your event -> Website -> Website Configuration

User Identification

Help users log in easily by providing various social media login options as well as the option to log in with email and password.

  1. Allow users the option to log into your event using Facebook.
  2. Allow users to log in using their Google account.
  3. For professional/corporate style events you can enable users to log in with Linkedin.
  4. Users can also log in using their e-mail address and password if you wish to restrict the type of email address used to create an account you can do so by following the step below. Please note: this is only recommended for advanced users.
  5. If you wish to restrict the types of e-mail addresses that can be used to create Grenadine accounts specify the REGEX format here and write a help message to explain to users which email address formats are acceptable.
  6. If necessary write a help message to let users know what e-mail address formats are acceptable.

Website Homepage

Choose how you want your event website to appear by selecting what will be shown on the homepage of your event website.

  1. Event Description Text: Selecting this box will enable the event description to display on the event website homepage. Tip: Event descriptions should be brief, explanatory, and catchy to help create excitement and draw attention to your event.
  2. Countdown Clock: Selecting this will display a countdown clock showing the days, hours, and minutes until your event to help create a sense of excitement amongst attendees.
  3. Map: This will show a map with the venue(s) pinned to allow attendees to find the event easily.


Choose the functionality you want to enable in terms of session listing and details.

  1. Write a brief introduction to appear at the top of the schedule page.
  2. Allow users to post and view comments on sessions. This will engage users by allowing them to interact on the event mobile app or website.
  3. Allow users to leave a thumbs up or thumbs down rating for the sessions they loved (or ones they think might need some improvement).
  4. Allow users to send a short text, private, feedback on sessions to the organizer.
  5. Users can “favorite” sessions to create their own personalized schedules. Favoriting sessions keeps users up to date with any changes or updates that may be made to the session.
  6. Selecting this will allow users to sign up for sessions that require ticketless registration.
  7. For sessions that require sign up or purchasing a ticket to attend you can choose to display the remaining capacity. This will encourage users not to delay registering for, or purchasing a ticket for an event.
  8. You can display the list of attendees for each session. To respect privacy rules only attendees who have chosen to share their profile publicly will be displayed.
  9. Allow users to share session links to their own social media pages doing this will create an organic buzz about your event and the sessions within it.


These settings control the default display and privacy attributes for event attendees. Attendees are able to opt out of publicly displaying their information upon registering for the event.

  1. Display the attendee’s section. This will show a small attendee profile that will display a photo, bio, and any social media links the attendee would like to share.
  2. Set default person profile as public. By selecting this option you will publish the profiles of all attendees at your event. Those who dod not wish to publish their profile will be able to log in and unpublish it.
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