IDG Expos Offers Free Online Scheduling & Calendar Tool For MACWORLD Expo

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The organizers of MACWORLD Expo have announced an online calendar and scheduling tool for attendees of MACWORLD Expo. The tool is designed to help MACWORLD attendees schedule conference sessions, meetings, and other events. From IDG World Expo:

IDG World Expo announced today that attendees can now personalize their conference schedules and social engagements at Macworld Conference & Expo with the Macworld online conference planner. My Show Planner is accessible via the Macworld Conference & Expo Web site, and allows users to plan ahead to make the most of their time at Macworld Conference & Expo, which is scheduled for January 7-11, 2002 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.

Users of My Show Planner can browse and actively search more than 170 Macworld sessions to develop the educational programs most suited to their needs. The tool alerts users to time conflicts, and session categories are color-coded to make the selection process easier. A special Personal Activity scheduler also allows users to book meetings or times to visit the Expo floor. Users do not need to be registered for Macworld Conference & Expo to use this handy tool.

Also for the first time at Macworld, conference attendees can mix and match conference packages for a more customized Macworld experience. Attendees will have the opportunity to attend sessions across conference programs, including both Macworld/Pro and Macworld/Users Conference program sessions. In addition, the Platinum Pass offers unlimited access to Macworld/Power Tools Conferences, Macworld/Pro and Macworld/Users Conference programs. Attendees can also purchase a Macworld/Pro Day Pass to attend just one or two days of the Macworld/Pro Conference program.

You can find My Show Planner at the MACWORLD Expo Web site. That link can also be found on the MACWORLD Expo home page. My Show Planner is a free service.

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