Everything you need to know about the latest tools and features across all of Social Tables software.
You’re on the go, and so are your clients. Sometimes, the smartest thing to do is download a Social Tables diagram, print it, and bring it to an onsite visit for feedback. Many customers use Social Tables this way, so it’s important for us to ensure that downloaded diagrams contain as much useful information as possible. With our latest update, we’ve taken a big step in that direction. You can now download and print diagrams in much greater detail. Here’s a look at the new tools. Now, when you choose to ‘Export Diagram…’, you’ll be given the option to show…Keep Reading
You’re a planner, so that means you’re busy approximately 25 hours a day. We understand this, which is why we created the Pocket Planner event planning app. With it, you’re always ready to calculate estimates on behalf of your clients, make changes, or map out a schedule — anytime, anywhere. But there’s always room for improvement. So we’re excited to announce we’ve added some great new features to Pocket Planner that we’re sure will make your hectic day a little more manageable. Here’s a look at some of the more significant updates: Log in with your existing Social Tables account.…Keep Reading
No two event spaces are exactly alike. There are endless variations in room shape, table size, chair width, and so on. This means that Social Tables diagrams have to be flexible—so we always ensure our product serves as many individuals as possible. But for a number of you, unique circumstances at your event space can continually get in the way of the seamless planning process you expect. Our staggered round template is a good tool for explaining this problem. When you click and drag it in a diagram, this feature produces a default row spacing of 4’ and column spacing…Keep Reading
We all know what it’s like to work with too many cooks in the kitchen—especially in event planning. But sometimes your event is complex and you need a lot of collaborators on one project, working on the same diagram. In situations like this, it can be difficult to coordinate the activity of different individuals, even when everyone has the same objective. Our customers have told us that they go to great lengths to avoid this kind of confusion. Some even make a second version of the original diagram in Social Tables when they’re working with multiple collaborators. That way, no…Keep Reading
Our name is Social Tables for a reason. Our tools are meant to be shared; they’re social by design. That means our sharing tools should be the easiest-to-use and most flexible tools we offer, right? Well, now they are. Our new custom sharing tools let you share an event diagram exactly the way you want, with whoever you want, whenever you want. Does the caterer need access to your diagram from Tuesday to Saturday, but your assistant need it from Wednesday to Friday? No problem! You can do that and more with custom sharing. Let’s take a look. As flexible…Keep Reading
When you’re busy planning multiple events at your property, the last thing you want to do is waste time re-entering event data across different applications. That’s why we’re updating Social Tables with Sales & Catering integrations–so you can seamlessly upload details such as date, start time, property name, room name, setup style, and function room right from your ISAC accounts. There are a few ways you can use these new integrations to make your life easier. Let’s break down two of them: mapping properties and rooms, and uploading event details. Mapping properties and rooms: 1. Download our XLSX template. This…Keep Reading
Every event planner knows that the little details make a big difference. For instance, even slight errors in the placement of electrical cords or rigging can cause major headaches on event day. At Social Tables, we hate headaches, which is why we just made it easier for you to keep track of every object on your event diagram. With our latest update, you can choose to make any object in your diagram transparent. That way, it’s no problem to find or reference other objects that may be below or above it–whether you’re looking at your event space in two dimensions (like…Keep Reading