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Lib Dem Conference app – your feedback please

Thanks to all of you who came to Federal Conference in Glasgow – I hope you enjoyed it!

We made many changes to the Conference App for Autumn Conference 2013 and we’d really like your feedback. We strive to improve the App each Conference so it would be much appreciated if you could spare a few minutes to give us your thoughts by filling in our survey here.

If you have any further questions on the App please email [email protected]

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Download now: Lib Dem Autumn 2013 Conference app

LDConf appWe are delighted to announce that our Autumn Conference App is now available for download. The Conference App is an supplement to the Conference Agenda, Directory and Training Guide.

My two favourite features on the App are:

  • My Schedule: add fringe events, auditorium sessions and training to an electronic diary.
  • Business Card : swap your contact information with other attendees in seconds.

We do understand there were a few issues with the App at Spring Conference due to the lack of WiFi and poor mobile signal. There will be complimentary WiFi in the SECC …

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Download now: Lib Dem spring conference app

Lib Dem Conference app screenshotWe are delighted to announce that our Spring Conference App is now available for download. The Conference App is an electronic version of the Agenda and Directory which has a built in diary which you can add which fringe events, auditorium sessions and training sessions that you are attending and create a conference schedule. To download it, search ‘Lib Dem Conf’ in the App Store (Iphone/Ipad) or Google Play (Android).

For Blackberry and Windows Phone we have a web app which can be viewed on your phone’s …

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