To maximize session availability and to let you plan your time at INBOUND, we encourage you to reserve the breakout sessions you want to see.
Once it's time for you to reserve breakout sessions, here's how to do it step-by-step using our website. If you'd rather reserve sessions via our app, check out instructions here.
The option to reserve won't appear for you if it's not your turn yet, so make sure you check the schedule of when you can reserve and look out for an email reminding you that it's time.
1. Head to the agenda and log in
Visit our agenda page on INBOUND.com to get started.
If you're not already logged in, you'll need to do that before you can reserve. Click "My Reservations" and you'll be prompted to log in by entering the email address that you used for registration.
2. Confirm your email
Head over to your inbox and look for a "Confirm your email address" message from us. Click the button in the email, or copy the link into your browser.
Troubleshooting tip: If you still aren't logged in after confirming your email, your firewall or device settings may be blocking cookies. We need cookies in order to verify you and log you in. Try using a different device or network, or use the mobile app instead.
3. Reserve away!
Now that you're logged in, click the seat icon next to a session in order to reserve it. Easy as that! If you change your mind, just click the icon again to remove it from your agenda.
If you don't see any seat icons, that probably means that reservations aren't open for you yet. Double-check the schedule here. You'll only ever see seat icons for sessions that your pass allows you to attend—that means no breakout or INBOUND Studio sessions if you have a Community Pass and, if you have a day pass, no sessions during the rest of the week. Other sessions, like book signings or INBOUND& events, don't allow reservations at all, so no one will see a seat option for them.
If you see a crossed out seat icon, that session isn't available for you to reserve. Often, this is because you have a conflicting session in that time slot that you need to unreserve first. Other times, the session is just fully reserved. If this is the case, you'll see a "standby only" message as well as the crossed out seat icon. We try to move popular sessions into bigger rooms, so more capacity may open up later. You can also wait in the standby line onsite for sessions you really want to see.
4. Gaze upon the fruits of your labor
Click the "My Reservations" tab at the top of the agenda to view all the sessions you've reserved. Of course, you can also see them all in the mobile app.
Reserved sessions are also automatically added to "My Interests." You can use "My Interests" to keep track of standby only sessions you want to go to and things like book signings that you can't reserve but want to attend.
5. Remember to be on time
Once the sessions you've reserved finally roll around, don't be late! Reserved seats are held until 10 minutes before the session begins. If you show up after that, you may not be able to get in.