A Quick Overview of the GEVME User Interface
Events Listing Page
Once you are logged in to GEVME, you will be presented with the Events Listing Page which essentially contains a listing of all the events to which you have access.
The main portions to note on this screen are the following:
- GEVME logo
Clicking the GEVME logo in the top left-hand corner of your screen will always bring you organisation listing or event listing views.
- Organisation List
Should you have access to multi-organisations, you will be able to select the organisation you wish to work on here.
- GEVME Support
Simply check out some articles, view GEVME Tutorials or create Tickets for the support required.
This is the notifications icon that comes into play when you are collaborating with your colleagues.
Utilise the search function to look for Event Name or Event ID
- Event Name / ID
Listing of your events. Click on an event name to access and manage that event.
- Event Overview
Status of the Event Draft, Published or Cancelled
Listing of your events, to click on an event name to access and manage that event.
The number of collaborators working together on this event.
Note: If you have access to more than 1 organization, you will see the following screen instead when you log in:
From there, choose the organization containing the event which you want to manage. This will then bring you to the Events Listing Page (described above) of that organization.
For more information on Organizations, please refer to Company, Organization, Contacts and Global Reports.
Event Home Screen
When you click on an event on the events listing page, you will be brought to the event's home page in the GEVME backend. This is where you manage your whole event.
The main parts of the event home page to note here are:
- Event strip
Across the top of the screen is the event strip, which contains:
(1) The event name
(2) A quick link to the event page
(3) The status of the event
- Main navigation
Along the left-hand side of the screen is the main navigation. This is where the main components and features of GEVME (related to the event you are currently managing) can be accessed.