Everything you need to know about the latest tools and features across all of Social Tables software.
When it comes to working with your client or the venue on seating, it’s sometimes easier to show a visual. You can add any event stakeholders as collaborators to an event diagram or seating plan. Once you’ve been added as a collaborator to an event, just accept the invitation via email. Then, right in Social Tables software, you can easily add your guest list, manage any custom guest preferences such as meal types using tags, and manage seating, on your event’s diagram in real-time. Get event stakeholders on the same page with seating via real-time collaboration.Click To Tweet Logging in…Keep Reading
When you’re communicating with clients, it can be easy to misinterpret an item on a diagram. That’s why we’re excited to announce the release of a new feature: smart object labeling. The feature is ready to test drive within your Diagram account starting today. This new feature serves as a great way to make communication more clear to your clients, and across your team. How does it work? You can now change the label on top of some of your objects. You can switch between “text” or an “icon”, or hide it altogether. Plus, object names now rotate with the…Keep Reading
Theater seating is a style of commonly used event layout, comprised of chairs aligned in consecutive straight rows, generally facing a single direction. It is sometimes called stadium seating or auditorium seating. Here we explore the types of events during which theater seating is best to use, standard setup formats, a variety of customizations you can implement to achieve your events objectives, and some advantages and disadvantages of this unique seating arrangement. Plus, how to set it up! Read on to see if theater style is the perfect seating chart layout for your next event. Types of Theater SeatingEvents that…Keep Reading