The tool will list all available events within your account (that you’ve toggled ‘seating’ on for).
Switch between other accounts and events that you have been shared with you.
See how many seating plans you have created within each event.
Create unlimited seating plans within a single event using custom name.
Automatically generate seating categories based on event’s groups, elements, or guest tags generated in your account. You can also choose to not pre-generate any and create categories yourself within the designer tool.
Choose whether to use a section based editor or not.
Seating plans can be deleted or duplicated.
Seating Plan Designer
A multi-featured, user friendly designer tool built specifically for seating plans.
Create chart from pre-designed charts
Allow users to save their own charts for future usage
Allow for tagging of saved charts
Start from a blank canvas, or upload a reference floor-plan to build on top of.
If using a floor plan, you can scale seat sizes and spacing between them so all seats will be according to scale.
Use sections (fixed or irregular shaped) to separate your seating plan into desired areas.
Use a background image instead of a floor plan.
Categorize and color code individual seats or tables.
Custom labeling for sections, tables and seats (and use automatic sequencing for individual seats).
Select one or more objects together to move them or change their attributes altogether.
Freely select many individual seats and/or tables to change their attributes.
Add seats individually, or as a cluster of rows.
Add tables, rectangular or circular, and define number of seats per table.
Define bookable booths with adjustable sizes.
Add text of any size and color to your design.
Draw various shapes with labels and icons, to represent relevant points of the venue.
All relevant event information is automatically populated from the platform (elements, guests, groups, RSVP status etc.).
All guests can be seated irrespective of their RSVP status.
Each seating plan can seat guests from multiple elements.
Seat assignment is associated with a guest and one element they have in their profile.
Can assign different seats to the same guests should they have multiple applicable elements.
Element selector upon creating a new seating chart (can select one or more elements at once, and search for them manually).
Selected elements automatically filter the available guest list to only show those that have elements selected.
Auto-saving after every user action taken (saving indicator present at all times).
RSVP status of each guest is denoted in guest list by means of a relevant icon next to their name.
Available seats are color coded according to category assigned to them, and category legend remain atop the layout for continuous reference.
Search for guests manually by name.
Filter guest list by Group, Elements, Host, Guest Tag, Contact Owner, Company or Category through a collapsable filter menu.
Quick toggles to clear filters, or switch between filtered/unfiltered view.
Assigned seats indicated by ‘tick’ icon.
Hover over assigned seats for more information about the guest.
Clear differentiation between assigned and unassigned guests (assigned guests containing seat information next to their name).
View only assigned or unassigned guests and highlight their seats within the rendered layout
Allow for easy selection of multiple tables, rows, sections and seats in the actual render of the design
Only show guests of selected seats in the guest list
Support assigning multiple seats to a single guest, up to their allocated quantity for the relevant element
Can only assign a seat to one guest at a time.
Easily unassign seats from the guest list.
Toggle on seating per event during event creation (untoggled events will not be listed as available in the seating tool).
You can click to change an existing seat assignment, or click to Assign Seat for an unassigned element, and be taken directly to seating tool to do so.
Dedicated ‘Seating’ section to showcase all guests by and their assigned seats within selected elements
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