Share your Agile India 2013 Conference Agenda with your Network

This blog will help you understand how you can plan your conference participation and optionally share the same with your social network.

In ConfEngine (our conference management software), we have a feature which allows participants (or anyone for that matter) to select which sessions they plan to attend, create a custom URL and share it with their network.

Note: This is from Agile India 2013 Conference. There are small updates to the placement of certain icons in the latest version of ConfEngine.

Step 1: You visit the conference schedule.

Step 2: Click on the “+” icon in the top right corner of a specific sessions to select it.

If you want to de-select the session now, click on the “x” icon. Also you’ll notice that on the top right hand corner, “My Schedule” shows (1) indicating that you have added 1 session to your schedule.

Step 3: Like this you can go through the program and select all the sessions you are interested in attending. Alternatively, based on your role, we’ve created a list of recommended sessions.

Once you select any role, the respective session will be highlighted, while the rest of them will be grayed out.

Now, you could skip some sessions and add some other sessions.

Step 4: Once you’ve selected all your sessions, you can select “Share” from the “My Schedule” drop down.

Selecting “Share” will bring up:

Note that we’ve generated an unique, short-url for you.

Step 5: Share this link on Twitter, Facebook or GooglePlus


Please make sure you keep the #AgileIndia2013 hashtag.

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About Naresh Jain

Naresh Jain is an internationally recognized Technology & Product Development Expert. Over the last decade, he has helped streamline the product development practices at many Fortune 500 companies like Google, Amazon, HP, Siemens Medical, GE Energy, Schlumberger, EMC, CA Technologies, to name a few clients. These days, he is more focused on engineering excellence and product innovation. In a nutshell, hire him as a consultant/mentor, if your entire organization wants to move beyond the Agile and Lean mindset. Naresh is leading two tech-startups, which build tablet-based adaptive educational apps for kids, conference management software and social-media search tool. His startups are trying to figure out the secret sauce for blending gamification and social learning using the latest gadgets. Naresh founded the Agile Software community of India, a registered non-profit society to evangelize Agile, Lean and other Light-weight Software Development methods in India. Naresh is responsible for conceptualizing, creating and organizing 50+ Software conferences worldwide.