Simply drag and drop to plan your schedule. Lineup Ninja will continuously check that you can deliver your schedule on the day. It checks essential things like your contributors are available, the room isn’t double booked and it has the right resources.
You can create your own custom Scheduling Rules to ensure everything flows in the right order on the day. Avoid accidentally scheduling the Hog Roast in the Vegan tent, or scheduling the ‘Advanced Wood Carving’ workshop before the ‘Intro to Wood Whittling’ group.
Every event has critical sessions that are key to the overall feel of the event. You can easily drag and drop these onto the schedule, but what about the other, maybe hundreds, of sessions you need to plan?
Finding a schedule that meets all your requirements such as contributor availability, locations and your own Scheduling Rules can be very time consuming, so at Lineup Ninja we’ve created an algorithm that will create a schedule for you!
Just press the button and Lineup Ninja will propose a schedule that fits your needs. You can then make manual tweaks to get your schedule ‘just so’, safe in the knowledge that it will work on the day.
Before you can start planning your schedule you need sessions to schedule! Using Lineup Ninja you can build a Call for Proposals that your contributors can complete. You build a questionnaire using our intuitive interface asking the questions you need for your event.
Once your contributors have completed their questionnaire you can send it out for review in your Lineup Ninja team, then review the panel’s feedback and choose to accept the proposals that will make your event one to remember.
Exciting news at Lineup Ninja HQ: we have now built all of the key features for our minimum viable product! This means that it’s now possible for users to complete the entire workflow.
At Lineup Ninja, we know that you need to be able to trust us with your valuable and confidential event data. This post gives an outline of where we store your data and some of the processes that we use to secure it.
We hope that your 2018 is shaping up to be as exciting as ours is. We’re progressing really well with the development of Lineup Ninja. Unless there’s an act of God, you’ll be able to get your hands on it this year!
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At the core of what we’re doing at Lineup Ninja is making it easier to build the time table for your event. A key part of defining a time table is ensuring that sessions flow in the right order and take place in the right locations.
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It was all going so well. The venue looked great, the food was amazing, the opening night entertainment had broken the ice and got everyone in a great mood…