The Maps feature makes it easy for attendees to navigate your event. They can explore the map, and find rooms and booths from the agenda and exhibitor/sponsor profiles. This also saves time for your staff, minimizing the number of directions inquiries. 

⭐️ Keep in mind, the Maps feature will not work if your Event Type is Virtual.

Enable the Maps Feature

Add the Maps feature to your feature list, and click Edit on the Map feature icon. Click New Map to get started.

You will be prompted to select your map image to upload. Upload a PDF or image file.

⭐️ Keep in mind, we recommend ensuring that the map file is the one you want to use before uploading it. If you overwrite the image after you have created the regions, and the new image has different dimensions, then the regions will be in the wrong place.

Crop, circle, or rotate your image as desired, and click Save.

Add Regions

Click Add Region to add squares to the map, indicating a specific area. You will be prompted to select a Location that corresponds to this region.

Click Edit Regions to modify the squared regions as needed. Then, click Save Changes.

Repeat these steps as necessary for all Locations you wish to indicate on your map. 


In the upper-right corner of the Maps feature, toggle to Locations to edit or add Locations to your event. 

Usually, you will only come here to edit an existing Location. Locations are typically created in feature items by typing in the Location field and clicking Create option "Location Name".


After used the Maps feature, you can check out the Feature Comparison chart on the Metrics tab to see the number of clicks for each Map.

To see all of the additional data points outlined in the Export section of our Data Dashboard article, export the Metrics.

Pro tip! 😎

  • Attach Locations to items using Internal Links to make it easy for attendees to navigate your event. For more info on how to do this, check this out!

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