Networking is one of the key parts of every event facilitating the positive event experience. Attendify Social Apps come with a rich set of networking functionalities that let attendees easily connect, share ideas, and build successful relations. This article provides their brief overview:

Attendee Profiles
Creating a profile is a key to unlocking access to other networking functionalities (e.g. posting to the activity stream, sending private messges, voting on polls etc). Set up a profile in the event app to get started.   

Search by Keywords
Use the search option in the upper right corner of the People section to filter the attendee list by keywords. You can use a name, occupation, website, and virtually any keyword to search by. 

Save Attendees to Your List of Contacts
Use the built-in "Add to Contacts" functionality to save app participants to your phone's contact list. Just tap on any attendee to enter his/her profile details, select the ellipsis icon in the upper-right corner, and hit "Add to Contacts".

Bookmark Attendees
Bookmark other attendees to save their profiles to your personal list of favorites inside the app and be able to easily access the info later. 

Private Messaging
Send private messages to other attendees from within the app using the in-app feature. 

Connecting Through Social Networks
By entering the profile details of an attendee you can see the list of connected social networks underneath the "Private Message" button. Tap on the icon of any available network and select to view the connected profile or send a connection request from within the app - connection requests are supported only for LinkedIn and Twitter. 

Mention Other Attendees in Your Posts on the Activity Stream
Ask questions, share ideas and comments addressing them to specific individuals in your activity stream posts. Just put the @ symbol and start typing a username to have the user notified when the post is created. 

Have any additional questions? Feel free to contact us at support@attendify.com

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