Product updates

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Gabriela Mena

Break the ice, ignite connections... add an intro message when requesting to connect!

Making meaningful connections is what the team at Grip live for, and we're excited to announce this release that will improve your participants' chances to connect with others. Take more control of networking destiny with the ability to send an introductory message when requesting a connection!

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Boost your event engagement with Guest and Anonymous user access to Grip

A big day for our product team who have been working really hard to deliver Guest and Anonymous user access, allowing event organizers to increase the engagement levels of their event, provide new opportunities to reach a wider audience and convert hesitant users into fully fledged attendees!

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Action required: New Google Analytics tracking

Google Analytics tracking known as Universal Analytics is stopping on 1st July 2023, and Google will only support the...

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Making meeting management a breeze with updates to meeting settings

Meetings are a core part of a majority of the events that run on Grip, and we want to make sure the meeting controls are as simple to use as possible.

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Meeting list upgrades

We’ve bundled together eight improvements that added up into one very satisfying update to the Meetings List page!

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Bulk session uploads now made effortless with CSV importing

Our latest release allows event organizers to upload new session data or make bulk changes to existing sessions efficiently using CSV file importing.

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Unexpected new attendees? MustMeet's instant fix

You’ve generated all your meetings, taken feedback from your attendees, made changes and finally crafted the perfect meeting schedule. Then unexpectedly, two A-list attendees join the event too late and you don’t have anything lined up for them! You don’t want to re-generate the schedules for everyone, but you do need to get the new joiners some quality meetings.

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