The JUNO team can help you configure elements of one-on-one meetings and direct messaging. These options apply to meetings scheduled through an attendee’s personal profile and meetings scheduled through exhibitor suites.
If you don’t want people to be able to schedule meetings, you can turn them off completely.
Turn off meetings
An example meeting scheduling calendar. See the table below for details.
To schedule a meeting, users select a date and time from a calendar.
Change the number of days into the future that someone can schedule a meeting. The default is 14 days.
Calendar block increments
Change the default increment
Change the length of the meeting that’s scheduled. Default is
When someone is invited to a meeting, they normally have to click the Attend button add it to their schedule. You can change this:
Options (click to enlarge examples)
Accepting the invite
Automatically set a user’s status to Attending when they’re invited to a meeting.
If you don’t want people to be able to send direct messages, you can turn them off completely.
Turn off direct messages
When someone gets a message from another user for the first time, they normally have to accept their request before they can see the message. You can change this:
Accepting the request
Automatically accept messaging requests.
An example message request.