Upcoming Webinar: Top Time-Saving Tips from Cvent Experts

Being an event professional has been named one of the ten most stressful jobs for the last four years by Forbes. It’s no secret that event planners leverage every tactic in the book to get the most out of their day (and, let’s be honest, many of their nights). How do you gain back this valuable time without sacrificing productivity?

Many planners don’t realize that Cvent tools are loaded with features designed to save you time and energy. Want to maximize planning proficiency with the tools you already have? Check out our available webinar for top tips from Cvent experts.

What’s One of Our Top Time-Saving Tips?

Event templates are a game-changer! Client Success Consultant Lexi Barber helps customers leverage event templates to streamline the planning process. “You can give different event types to different users while completely controlling how you brand an event,” she explains.

Using our Event Management platform, you can create standardized templates for different event types with custom elements. Events can be created in just a few clicks, saving hours of manual labor and stress. “Event templates allow you to give an event a general look and feel, handle basic configurations, and still meet branding standards,” adds Barber. This eliminates errors or redundancies while creating an entire event in a matter of minutes.

How Can You Get More Free Tips?

Check out our free webinar to better leverage the tools you already have at your fingertips. Learn how to use internal calendars for easier planning, leverage event custom fields for better data gathering, activate planner alerts, and much more.

WEBINAR: Making the Most of Managing your Events: Time-Saving Tips by Cvent Experts

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Brittany Estes

Written by Brittany Estes

After completing graduate school at Vanderbilt University, I was lucky enough to spend a decade writing in the nonprofit, education, and creative industries. In my free time, I enjoy traveling anywhere, rummaging through old book shops for a rare find, and learning photography.