Quick Hints & Tips


Building your agenda using Haia Stages

Haia allows you to build your agenda one session after another.

Our unique Haia Stages mean that the agenda takes centre stage for your audience.

They're visible everywhere and keep your event, speakers and audience in the loop.

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Adding presenters, speakers or interpreters

Learn how to add speakers to their own session blocks.

With Haia Session blocks, you can invite them to their own presentation area.

Here, they can add their own information and resources in good time, they can practice way before the event and they don't need to worry about what everyone else is doing.

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The Haia view, how to find your way around

Haia Stages and Sessions mean that the whole event is always on view, up front.

Event managers don't need to worry about audience questions, or constant updates on what's coming up next and when.

Haia makes everything accessible and intuitive.

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How does the audience get around your Haia event?

Concurrent Sessions don't mean your audience has to navigate to separate online webpages

In Haia - they can jump from one session to another by hovering over Haia Stages, getting a bit of information and clicking "Join Session".

Let the audience engage on their terms.

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Do I need to move people around the event?

Haia Stages will automatically move your audience from one session to the next.

They'll let speakers and presenters know when their time is up.

Then they will take everyone in that session to the next automatically, no need for you to step in.

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Those all important FAQs

Answers to your Haia questions

Nope! Haia is completely browser based, you won’t need to download an app or any software to use it.

Just click on your name in the top right corner, this will take you to your account, where you can edit all your details. Don’t forget to press save!

All you need to enter is your email address, first name, last name and preferred language! There’s a few other non-compulsory fields you can fill in if you want to.

You can read the full blog about setting up an event here. This covers everything step by step.

If you’ve been sent a link for an instant meeting, just click the link! If you’ve never used Haia before, you’ll need to create an account – which takes seconds, honest!

Underneath ‘stage’, you can begin with the plus symbol and add an ‘intro/outro’. This will allow you to introduce yourself, your event and speakers!

Once you’ve created your event, you can head to ‘Edit event details’ and add a spreadsheet (CSV format) of event invitees email addresses. Or you can click ‘Audience’ and ‘Invite attendees’ to manually enter an email address. Alternatively, you can share the link and let people sign up to your event.

You’ll need to have an invite to present. The event creator will assign you as a presenter, you’ll get an email to confirm this. You’ll just need to follow the link in the email, at the time of the event you’ll be able to share your screen and turn on your camera. Press the green play button to begin presenting. If you haven’t got an account beforehand you’ll be prompted to set up an account from the link in your email.

You might be experiencing connection issues. Try moving your device closer to the router. Make sure all updates on your device are finished, using an ethernet cable will help your connection to be more stable. You should also ensure other instant meet applications are closed so they don’t interfere with Haia. If you need more help, visit the Help & Support page.

In order to present, you’ll need to allow Haia permission to your camera and microphone. You’ll only need to do this once per browser. You can find more information here.

No, if you’re just attending, you won’t get a pop up that asks for permission for access to your camera or microphone. You can find more information here.