Sweap set up for admins
Administrator's guide to setting up your account
General account settings
The event tags - creation and usage
Create guest fields for your account
Adding deletion rules to automatically delete guest data
Set up templates
User roles and permissions
Default user roles in Sweap
Access rights and configuration of standard user roles
User permissions and their functions in Sweap
Setting up new users
Roles and permissions
API and publishing package function
Implementing the event overview page within your website
Implementing the event overview page in an IHK24 website
Import of distributors with EVA
Import groups and committees from EVA master data
Sweap app and devices for check-in
Set up domain and e-mail address
Getting started with Sweap - Basics
Event overview and dashboard
The calendar view for your events
Basic structure of the event overview
The action field and its functions
The event dashboard - overview
Create a new event
Duplicate event and use as template
The preview mode for creating e-mails or webpages
Using the correct image sizes
Create text with the HTML-Editor
Customize headlines and text with HTML
Support and data protection at Sweap
Search and filter functions
The search function in Sweap
Using the filter function in Sweap
Timely filtering of acceptances and declines
Trainings, online webinars and updates
Create and manage contacts and guests
Create and manage contacts
Manage attributes for guests and divisions
Create and import guest information
Add guests to your list
The guest import with Excel
Edit guest information and change the status manually
The guest source: an indicator of success for your communication
Postal mail invitation and QR code
Setting up and sending e-mails
The guest salutation
Create guest salutation with our salutation assistent
Use your own salutation form in your e-mails
The email types and their use
The different types of email templates
The Email template LA LUNA
E-mail builder: creating e-mails
Call to Action Button withinin emails
Create mails more efficient with using the duplicating function
Insert links for virtual events into e-mails
Insert stock photos into emails
Send a test e-mail
Troubleshooting for E-Mails
Opt in states and bounces
Reduce spam probability of e-mails
Display images correctly in my email
Delivery notification and bounces in the e-mail log
Basics for the successful delivery of e-mails
Tracking email opening rates
Important information about blocked e-mail addresses - status "mailjet: preblocked
Sending out e-mails
Registration pages & Virtual event platform pages
Virtual Event Platform
Creating websites with the website builder
Templates for your webpage
Contents and modules of a website
Texts, colours and design for the registration page
Registration settings and automatically closed registration
Embed your own font in Sweap
CSS & Java Scripts for website customisation
Header and footer within a website
Publish events on your own website
Setting up the registration form
Configuration of a registration form
Show and hide form fields
Enter accompanying persons (registration form)
Integrations and modules for the Virtual Event Platform
Operate and monitor events with Sweap
Event status and the stages of your events
Postponing and cancellations of events
The confirmation status from guests
Evaluate and export the KPI´s of your event
Sweap guestlist app and check-in
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Updated by Christian Schulz
In the following article we will show you our Visibility Groups feature.
Visibility groups can be used when not all users should have access to the same events in Sweap. This can be the case, for example, when several divisions work together with Sweap. You can use visibility groups as "permissions" to collaborate or view.
If you use visibility groups, you can administrate which events are shown to which users.
Administrators have access to all visibility groups and events. The creation of visibility groups should therefore be done by an administrator. Of course, other users can also have the permission to do this, if their user role is created / adjusted accordingly.
You can assign as many visibility groups to an user as you want, so there can be users who belong to multiple visibility groups. According to the visibility groups, the user can view all events of these groups.
If an user can create new events, he can only do so in the visibility group(s) activated for him.
To illustrate the use of visibility groups a bit more clearly, we have created an example for you:
User 1 is the administrator of the account. As an administrator, user 1 has access to all visibility groups and can therefore see all events.
User 2 belongs to visibility group 1. Event 1, Event 2 and Event 3 have been created in visibility group 1. User 2 therefore only has access to these three events.
User 3 belongs to visibility group 2. Event 4 and Event 5 have been created in visibility group 2. User 3 therefore only has access to these two events.
User 4 belongs to both visibility group 2 and visibility group 3. In visibility group 2, event 4 and event 5 have been created, in visibility group 3, event 6, event 7 and event 8 have been created. User 4 therefore has access to 2 visibility groups and, according to these visibility groups, to five events.
1. Create visibility groups
You can create visibility groups in the main menu of Sweap. To do so, click on 'Account Settings' and open the 'Users & Permissions' section. Now click on the tab 'Visibility Groups'.
With the button "+ Create Visibility Group" you can create as many groups as you want - quick and easy.
2. Assignment of a visibility group to an user
You can administer which of your users belong to which visibility group. You can make this setting directly when creating a user or later.
Information about creating a new user can be found here.
Within the user settings you can define if a user is assigned to one, more or no specific visibility group. If no groups are selected, the user can see all events of the account.
As soon as you have saved the change, the user is assigned to the selected visibility group and will only see the events of this group.
3. Assign an event to a visibility group
Events can also be assigned to visibility groups. A user who belongs to visibility groups can only create or modify events that belong to his visibility group. An user who belongs to only one visibility group will not be shown the option to assign an event to a visibility group.
If an user is assigned to several visibility groups, he must select the group for which the event will be visible while creating an event. Multiple selection is possible in order to grant access to several groups (divisions).
Similar to the assignment of users, you can make this setting directly when creating a new event or when editing an event. More information about creating a new event can be found here.