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by Shelby Britton

Created

July 19, 2013

Adobe Connect Seminar Scheduling Changes

The next version of Adobe Connect is coming this summer and, with this upgrade, we will be more strictly enforcing the use of Seminar Rooms in accordance with the Terms of Service and EULAs, and requiring the usage of Seminar Rooms to be scheduled in advance. This requirement only applies to Seminar Rooms. Customers must take action to schedule Seminar Rooms.

Following the upgrade, all seminar rooms will be in stand-by mode with a limit of 5 attendees unless a Seminar Session is scheduled.

In this upgrade we are introducing the concept of a Seminar Session, which is the new mechanism for scheduling seminars if the Event Module is not being used for scheduling.

Customers that have a seminar(s) planned immediately following their upgrade date are strongly encouraged to schedule the appropriate seminar room(s) prior to upgrade. Upon upgrade, a Seminar Session will automatically be created.  Watch this video to learn how to prepare seminar rooms now to automatically create a Seminar Session upon upgrade.

After upgrade, customers can begin scheduling Seminar Sessions for all future seminars. Watch this video to learn how to schedule Seminar Sessions AFTER the upgrade.

For FAQs and more information on seminar scheduling click here.

To find out when your account will be upgraded visit this page.

To learn what else is new with this upgrade, please visit the Adobe Connect User Community site in the coming weeks for an overview of new features and tutorials.

 

Adobe Connect is a web conferencing platform, powering complete solutions for web meetingseLearning, and webinars, on any device.

Shelby Britton

Shelby Britton

Shelby Britton, Sr Product Marketing Manager @shelbyadobe Shelby has been in high tech marketing since 2004, currently implementing programs in field marketing, demand generation and product marketing at Adobe. She has produced and managed over 500 webinars since 2007 and is the author of The Content Marketer's Guide to Webinars. Previously she led the marketing departments for channel partners of IBM and Adobe. She has a MBA with a dual-focus in Marketing and Management from San Diego State University and a bachelor’s degree in Literature and Writing from the University of California San Diego, Revelle.

Adobe Connect is a web conferencing platform, powering complete solutions for web meetingseLearning, and webinars, on any device.