Once your event is saved, you will be taken to a confirmation page that will have a green banner.
The confirmation page has several helpful options:
View Details: view Event Details of the submitted request.
Edit: edit the Event Details of the request.
Copy: create a duplicate of the event to make it easier when requesting separate but similar events. You will be able to edit every field again for the new event, but the information entered for the previous event will auto-populate.
Email: email details of this request to its stakeholders or anyone else.
More Events Options
Print Confirmation: print the Reference ID and a summary of the request.
Create a To Do: send this request to a To Do to contact in 25Live. For example, if you have instructions for Facilities then you can send them a To Do. View all To Dos in your Task Tab.
Manage Relationships: link this event with other related events. For instance, link a study group with associated class.
Manage Bindings: link this event with other related events that occur at the same locations. These may be used for cross-listed courses.
Take Ownership of this Even: own this reservation so you will be listed as the primary contact for this event.
Add to Starred: add this event to your favorites. We highly recommend requesters to star submitted reservations so events can be easily retrieved and monitored.
On the left is a confirmation of the details of the event. At the bottom of the details, next to Tentative is an ID number that can be copied and pasted to search for your event later in the Search for Events tab.
The Scheduler and Requestor will receive confirmation emails with the event's information and a link back to the event's details. You can check back at this link at any time to see the status of your event.
Search for events using the Search for Events or Pre-Defined Events Searches tabs. These search options are always under the Events tab and can be accessed at any time.
The Search for Events option is the easiest way to search for your event. You can search by name or reference number (as mentioned earlier in this step). It's not necessary to type the full name - keywords will bring it up too.