Streams Homepage

For your Streams event, you are given a homepage. In this article, we'll talk about what the Streams homepage is, the difference between the homepage and the landing page, plus give a rundown of the different modules and optional features.

What is the Streams Homepage?

The Streams homepage is where viewers land after registering for your event.

On the homepage, they can access sessions, features and information you want to display after they’ve registered.

Check out our article on building a Streams homepage for more info. (Note: In order to view the Streams Learning Hub, you will be prompted to register for access.)

Streams Homepage vs. Streams Landing Page

The homepage can mimic the design of the Landing Page since they’re tied to the same event, or you can customize the homepage however you like.

The key difference between the Landing Page and the homepage is the homepage will feature a navigation bar on the left, for viewers to jump to sections on the page.

 

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Creating an Event

Homepage Modules & Feature Options

  • Main Event Banner module: The first optional section on your homepage to welcome viewers to your Event and provide additional information about it. This module also enables optional live session highlights through a carousel style banner. 
  • Speakers module: An optional section on the landing page, homepage and Session Page to highlight guest speakers, MC’s and hosts. You can also link to their social media pages or website.
  • Agenda module: The section on the homepage where viewers access the session for your Event. 
  • About module: An optional section on the homepage that can highlight details of the Event, company, partnerships, and more.
  • Products module: An optional section on the homepage that highlights featured products and can link out to shopping carts, product websites, or any environment with an active URL.
  • Video module: An optional section on the homepage for hosting pre-recorded video content not associated with a session page (i.e. showreel, company video, product videos, etc.) 
  • Sponsors module: An optional section on the homepage that highlights sponsors and contributors of your Event. You can upload their logo and hyperlink to their website.
  • Callout module: An optional section on the homepage that allows you to prompt a CTA (Register Now, Get Started, Join Event, etc.) or be used as a directive for any additional messaging.
  • Custom Pages: Custom pages are entirely new pages created to support your unique event content. They exist on the event level, and are displayed in the main navigation along with the home and session pages. Check out our article on custom pages to learn more. (Note: In order to view the Streams Learning Hub, you will be prompted to register for access.)
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