Activity Feed

Activity Feed Feature Settings

App Design > Features & Menu

Feature content to include in the Activity Feed:
Select the features you'd like to pull comments or posts from to populate the Activity Feed. Pulling content from other features within the app is optional. The Activity Feed may be populated solely by comments and photos made to the Activity Feed directly.

Features with social content:

  • Agenda (Comments)
  • Activity Feed (Videos, Photos, Posts & Comments)
  • Discussion Board (Posts & Comments)
  • Photos (Photos & Comments)
  • Videos (Videos & Comments)
  • Exhibitors (Comments)
  • News (Comments)

Allow Users to add content Allows attendees to post to the Activity Feed. Turning this setting off is useful if you wish for the Activity feed to act as a read only roll-up of social activity across other features.

Allow likes on items in the Activity Feed: Use this setting to add or remove the like count from items in the Activity Feed.

Allow Comments: Allows users to add comments to items posted on the Activity Feed.

Moderate Content: With moderation turned on a moderator must approve every post from the Activity Feed page in the CMS.

Send a notification to the author when a comment is added: Sends author a push notification when another user comments on their Activity Feed post.

Send a notification to other commenters when a comment is added: Sends a push notification to all users that have commented on a particular post as new comments are added.

Home Screen Panel

App Design > Phone Home Layout

Activity Feed panel button

Tap the Activity Feed button to add the panel to your home screen layout. From the home screen panel attendees can view the most recent social activity and post photos, videos, & comments directly from the home screen of the event.

Activity Feed panel
Activity Feed screenshot


Left Side Navigation Panel > Activity Feed

When moderating Activity Feed content the default is to display all content. You may also filter based on the feature your social activity is coming from (if the Activity feed is pulling from multiple features).

The following icons are used to moderate and change content posted to the Activity Feed.

Button approved A checked box indicates an approved activity feed item that will be displayed in the app

Button unapproved An unchecked box indicates an unapproved activity feed item that will not be displayed in the app

Button edit The pencil icon is used to edit an activity feed item

Button delete The red x indicates an item that may be deleted. Note you can only delete items after un-approving them first.