Conference attendees will be able to access the virtual conference platform a few weeks before the conference begins and will have access to all recorded sessions and tours after the conference ends.

Here are some tips to make the most of your ULI Virtual Europe Conference experience once the platform goes live:

BEFORE YOU BEGIN

Check your browser.
The virtual conference experience is best using Google Chrome. Don’t have Chrome? Download it here: https://www.google.com/chrome/. Already using Chrome? Make sure you have the latest version.

Log in.
At least one week prior to the conference, you will receive an email at the address you used to register for the conference. Use the link in that email to access the Virtual Europe Conference platform. Log in using your ULI login and password. If you forget your ULI credentials, you can update your password via the self-serve option on the ULI website (go to uli.org, select “Sign In” and then the “Forgot Password” link) or by emailing europemeetings@uli.org.

Turn on your camera and microphone.
When prompted during any of your logins to the Virtual Europe Conference platform, allow access to your computer’s camera and microphone for an optimal conference experience. The conference platform does not require any additional downloads, but you will need to give Chrome access to your camera and microphone to join the roundtables. Contact your IT team if your company policies block this type of activity.

Do a test run.
Once logged in, verify that you can view on-demand content. Check out one of the virtual tours or visit the sponsor area to discover downloadable, interactive content. Explore the Roundtable section or set one up yourself to verify that your audio and video work.

Getting help.
Once logged in to the Virtual Europe Conference platform, you will see a “?” at the bottom of every page. Clicking it will take you to an FAQ section where you will find answers to a variety of questions, as well as contact information for ULI Customer Service should you need further assistance.

GETTING STARTED
Do this in early February

Fill out your profile.
You can find your profile near the bottom of the left-hand sidebar. Make sure your information is correct and complete: this is what other attendees will see when they click on your name.

Complete your areas of interest.
Select your top 5 interests to generate sessions and other content relevant to you.

Connect with other attendees.
View a list of attendees in the Networking Hub. Click the “Connect” button on an attendee’s profile to reach out to them. Once connected, you can chat privately within your profile or set up a Roundtable and meet face-to-face.

Set up a Roundtable to test your audio and video.
Make sure your audio and video are working before the week of the meeting by setting up a Roundtable. If you are unable to change your browser settings to allow camera and microphone access for the meeting platform, consult with your company’s IT department.

ENHANCING YOUR MEETING EXPERIENCE

Live and On-Demand Sessions
The Schedule icon on the left-hand toolbar will take you to a listing of all live and on-demand sessions, including virtual tours.

Participating in Sessions
Add sessions to your agenda, watch live and on-demand sessions, and engage in Q&A.

Sponsors Page
Booths are a feature located on the Sponsors page. You will find a plethora of information and resources from our sponsors.

Networking Hub
Peruse the attendees list, watch video introductions or record your own, and connect with your peers through the Networking Hub.

Roundtables
Roundtables enable you to meet face-to-face with up to five other people at the same time. These can be public or private. You can either select “+ Launch Roundtable” or “Join” to participate in a roundtable.

Happy Hour Chats
Within the Networking Hub, select happy hours according to your areas of interest.