Get Your App Together!

We look forward to seeing you in April at the 2022 Wisconsin Lakes and Rivers Convention! If you haven’t registered yet, register now!

As we plan this in-person event, we want to take advantage of technology to improve your experience, so we are using the Eventleaf Guide App. 

You can choose to utilize the app as much as you want, or not at all. If you would like to walk through the app, check out this video tutorial.

Attending In Person?

If you’re planning to join us in-person and want to utilize the app on your mobile device, you’ll need to download it through Google Play, Apple iTunes, or Microsoft Store.

Attending Virtually?

If you’re planning to join us virtually, you’ll most likely be using your computer or laptop to join the virtual presentations. If this is the case, you do not need to download the Eventleaf Guide app, you will be able to join virtual sessions directly from the agenda (as long as you are registered). However, downloading the app on your computer will allow you to utilize certain features of the app, such as meeting requests, messaging, and notes.

Note: The Eventleaf Guide app is not available for Macbooks or iMacs, but can be downloaded to an iPad. 

Once you’ve downloaded the Eventleaf Guide App, open it, log in using the same credentials you used when registering, and search for the Wisconsin Lakes and Rivers Convention.

Once you register, you’ll be able to do the following things:

  1. Browse the agenda – read the titles and descriptions to become familiar with the schedule.
  2. Click the heart next to the sessions you want to attend. This saves the sessions to your “favorites” list and allows you to filter by these favorites to see only the sessions you want to attend.
  3. Browse the sponsors and exhibitors.
  4. Send text messages to speakers, exhibitors, and other attendees.

Questions? Please don’t hesitate to ask. Email us at wiwaterweek@wisconsinlakes.org.

Having an app, such as Eventleaf, provides many benefits (even at an in-person event), including being able to: 

  1. Access the agenda via your phone or other device and plan your sessions by marking them as favorites. This is similar to circling the sessions you want to attend in a printed program.
  2. Save paper, ink, and time (and water) during the printing of programs.
  3. Connect directly with speakers, exhibitors, and sponsors by sending messages, asking questions, and setting up meetings.
  4. Receive shared materials from presenters such as PDFs, PowerPoint presentations, and other handouts. You’ll have access to these materials later and can save them to your computer for future use.
  5. Ask questions during the keynote presentations which allows you to type in your question, before you forget it, to be answered at the end or during the Q&A time.
  6. Participate virtually in parts of the Convention. We are planning a whole stream that will be accessible via the app as well as in-person.
  7. Transition smoothly to a totally virtual event, if needed. Although we don’t want to have another completely virtual Convention, this app allows us to quickly pivot to an all online event if the public health crisis makes it impossible for us to meet in-person.