The Virtual module contains everything related to your virtual venue. Under Virtual is where you are able to:

  1. Choose a virtual venue for your event
  2. See the list of livepages under your venue and customise your venue and livepages through the Venue Editor
  3. Configure the menu(s) of your virtual venue
  4. Configure the check-in authentication method for your attendees


Venues in GEVME can be of either 3 types:

  • 2D
  • 3D
  • A combination of 2D and 3D

A venue comes pre-configured with:

  • Style / Look & Feel
  • Content, Settings and Functionalities

It is a "package" to get you started, be creative with your event; then you can even reuse and repurpose the venue for events and activities.

Simply pick your preferred Venue in the Store or even Build Your Own. There are experiences in every venue that you can select as a starter. This selection will present some suggested pages/content for your virtual event.

Once a venue is installed, you then can:

  • Add your own content
  • Customise the settings to your specific requirements



Every Livepage is created from a template.

A template is a โ€œblueprintโ€ (or definition) from which a Livepage is created.

All the default content and settings previously mentioned and which get created when a Livepage is created, are in fact specified in a template.



A menu will consist of a list of Menu Items which are the different Live Pages that you have created for the event. Hence, you should have created different Livepages for the Event first; then proceed to create the Menus.

You have full flexibility to create a different menu for each Livepage; to nest the Livepage under another Main Livepage.

To successfully set up a Menu, there are 2 steps to be taken:

Create your Menu


Assign the Menu to the Livepage



At the Authentication Page, you can decide how your attendees check in to your virtual event

Public Event

For a public event, you do not set any restrictions and any guests with a virtual event link will be able to access your event without any authentication in place.

Private Event

Only registered attendees who are in People App will have access to your event. In Authentication, you are able to set a method to use for their checking in.

Authentication Options


  1. Check-in with Email (Default)

By default, your attendees will be checking in to the event with their registered email; a One-Time-Password (OTP) will be sent to their email for validation. Upon entering the correct OTP, they will be able to access the event.


  1. Check-in with SMS

To set it up for your event, do ensure that Phone Number data is ready and the phone number format is {{country.code}} {{phone.number}}.

There are other third-party applications available as authentication methods as well:

  1. Google

This will allow your attendees to sign in seamlessly with their Google Account and no OTP is required as the authentication has been done within Google.

Google Account may not be a feasible option for all; hence Check-in with Email is still an option in this authentication method.

If the attendees register with Google Emails, they will be able to utilise both options.

  1. Username and Password

This will enable your attendees to sign in with a Username/ Email and Password created during your registration.

  1. Shared Password

You are able to set up a common password, share it with your attendees for their login.