Tutorial: step 5 and 6 (places and matchmaking slots)

Step 5 – Places

To avoid confusion, people have to choose a place to meet . Here you can define one or more places (depending on your package) such as the registration desk, a dedicated room, the lounge … If your package includes that option, you can define more than one place so that people can select the one they prefer. Automatically created places with the “can host appointments” option selected while creating an actor are out of the places number limit. So, don’t worry about it.

If you created an actor with the “can host” option, you don’t necessarly have to create aplace and you can skip this step with the “skip” button.

In the “description” field you can add a description for that place. We suggest you to use this field to inform users about where this place is (e.g. “first floor” ,”pavillion one” …) Once a user asks for an appointmento to a user that is an actor with the “can host appointments” option allowed, he can select the place you created or the automatically created  “at NAME SURNAME” of the person that can host the appointment.

Step 6 – Matchmaking slots

A matchmaking slot is the part of the opening hours of your event that you want to allow for appintments. You can decide to reserve one ore more matching slots during your event. You can set the matchmaking slot just like your opening hours or you can set minor parts. You can also set more than one matchmaking slot during the same day. If your event lats more than one day, you can have different matchmaking slots for each day. Please remember to add a matchmaking slot in each day you want to allow B2meet working. The time span is the standard duration you want to assign to appointments. If you choose the “30 minutes” option, the same user can’t request or be requested for more than 2 appointments in the same hour of the matchmaking slot. Go to tutorial: step 7, 8 and 9 (matchmaking table, organizaer and publish)