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How can Event Hosts set limits on candidate Meetings?
How can Event Hosts set limits on candidate Meetings?

This article will describe meeting limits and how to set them

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Written by Adriana
Updated over a week ago

What are Meeting Limits?

Meeting Limits determine how many 1-on-1 meetings any candidate can book at an event. Event Hosts can set this limit.

For example, if the Meeting Limit is set to 3, a candidate with 3 booked meetings will not be able to book a 4th meeting, unless they cancel an existing meeting.

Meeting Limits can also be set to expire on a given date.

This means an Event Host can select a date for when the set Meeting Limit will expire and allow candidates to book as many meetings as they would like.

Setting this date is optional.

How do I set up the Meeting Limit?

Setting the Limit

To set the Meeting Limit as an Event Host, follow the steps below:

  1. From your Fair Dashboard, click on the Meetings tab, and then on "Manage Meetings & Schedules"

  2. On the next page, navigate to the final tab titled "Meeting Configuration Options"

  3. Here, you will see a checkbox titled "Limit Candidate 1-on-1 Meetings"

  4. Check the box to set a limit (as in the image below)

There are two lines that will appear when the box is checked.

In the first line, you can state the Meeting Limit. In the example above, it is set to 2, meaning a candidate would not be able to book more than two 1-on-1 meetings at this event.

You will see a saving animation to indicate your changes have saved.

The second line is for the (optional) expiration date.

Adding an Expiration Date

As mentioned, you can also set an expiration date for the Meeting Limit. To do so, click on the second line where you see the text 'Enter Expiration Date of Limit' to open up the calendar. From here, you will be able to select an expiration date for the limit, after which candidates will be able to book freely.

We would recommend setting this closer to the fair, but it can vary per your event needs.

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