As you know, we are developing program templates for you, and great news: The Lectra Hosted Event program is now ready to use!
It is available in the Shared Workspace for Furniture and Automotive and will be available this week for Fashion.
In case you don't have yet access to this workspace, please contact me and i'll open the access for you!
To be able to master this program template, we have developed a user guide. This is the first version of the guide: please give us some feedback on what's clear, not clear etc. for me to complete it!
Please, make sure you book the meeting to test and activate the program with us in advance!
during the webex this morning Marina presented the templates to be uploaded on Marketo. It seems that the webex template will not be available before March 31, is it correct? We are planning 7 webinars in the last months (the first will be on April 27) do you think is possible ti anticipate a little bit this template in order to have time to work on it ?
thanks a lot
fyi Marina MASSONET
It is not possible to develop this program before March 31st to be able to deliver it to you with a detailed user guide.
The plan is for Juliette to develop this progam on the week 12 or 13 (second part of March) depending of the training session to be organized in Atlanta.
Just a quick note to tell you that the Lectra Hosted Event for Fashion is now available in the SHARE Workspace and ready to use!
Have a nice day (and a nice week-end),
Hi Juliette Caillebotte, do you have an idea for the agenda and speakers part of the registration landing page for LHE-Furniture program, when we want blocks like in the LHE-Fashion program? Adding a table is not working quite well. Thanks, Ulli
Unfortunately, those items do not exist in the furniture or automobile templates, and that's why you can't create them!
Hello, As presented during the Marketo Q&A session yesterday, if you want to send an invitation to an Auto or Furniture event including a detailed agenda and information about the speakers, there is a possibility to create a pdf document with this information.
Then to upload this pdf document to Marketo (using the correct naming) and to include a link to this document in the invitation email.
In the pdf document, you can insert a button 'Registration' that can direct to the registration landing page.
This is an idea.
Hi all, I have a comment to page 21: Schedule your event. When I did this for our FU_Industrie 4.0 Event, there was this text shown: "This feature is replaced..."
What do you advise? Doing it anyways like this? Thanks!
Thank you for the info. They just modified that, i'll update the guide (have no access to the marketo sharepoint right now so i'll update it next week).
The new way to do that is to go at the program level, and change the view:
-> View Schedule
It will automatically show you the date of the cloning of this program.
Double click either on the agenda (dark grey part with the name of your event) or on the right column (name of your event), and edit the dates and time.
You then move the button from tentative to confirmed, on the right column:
Your event program is now schedule!
Hi Marina MASSONET, Margaux Lepine, Chloé Sabourin; what do you propose to do, when we want to check first who should be allowed to register? Adding another LP with different text - ok and then? Do we need another forms, campaign handles? What is the right flow? What are all the next steps? (We thought of this flow: Contacts fills out form and gets message: "Your request will be checked". Helene sees a list in Marketo where she can change the status of the contact to registered and he automatically gets the confirmation email.)
We need to do this action today or tomorrow - because there is an external invitation send out (via press with link to new LP) planned on Wednesday and we need to adjust everything now. The workaround would be to handle everything by email (mailto Helene on LP, she writes emails: "Yes you are registered", "No sorry" Tracking done manually. Thanks! Helene Kehren