This article explains how to configure and change the MustMeet setting for an event. We will cover:
- Step 1: Enable the setting for the event
- Step 2: Add Groups to the MustMeet Setting
- Step 3: Change the MustMeet phase throughout the event
The MustMeet setting is the page within the Dashboard that controls:
- The different phases throughout the experience (Initial Phase, Closed Phase, Live Phase)
- The Groups that are taking past in the MustMeet experience
- The Preference limits that each Group can make
Configure the MustMeetsetting
Step 1: Enable the MustMeet Setting for an event
- Select General Settings > App Configuration & Special Actions in the Grip Navigation bar
- Under Event Configuration Settings, enable the toggle "Enable MustMeet Setup"
- Scroll to the top of the page and press "Save"
Step 2: Add Groups to the MustMeet Setting
Once the MustMeet setting has been enabled for the event, the MustMeet Custom Groups need to be added to in the Pre-Event Configuration section. This informs the platform of which users are MustMeet users, or not:
- Under Pre-Event Configuration, select all Custom Groups that need to be added
- Press save at the top of the page
Step 3: Change the MustMeet phase throughout the event
For more information about different MustMeet phases, please refer to the "Smart Scheduling (MustMeet) Phases" article.
Configure Preference Limits per Group
To ensure that users are making thoughtful meeting selections and valuable meeting schedules are generated, we set maximum and minimum limits for the meeting preferences between Buyers and Suppliers. The Preference Limits should be configured before Initial Phase Stage 2: Preference selection and recommendations available.
How to set Preference Limits
- Add the Custom Groups to the Pre-Event Configuration section
- Select 'Configure' next to each Custom Group. Here you can configure which actions a group can take in the preferences phase.
- Toggle on/off actions per group (Can swipe Must Meet, Meet, No Thanks)
- Set minimum and maximum preference limits for Must Meet, Meet, No Thanks. For more information on general calculation rule refer to the "Rules and Calculations for setting Preference Limits" article.