Events are how your insert Playlists into your schedule. Before you can schedule an Event, make sure you have a Playlist ready to insert into the Event you're creating.
Click on the Schedule tab in the Live365 Navigation Bar. Create a scheduled Event by either clicking on the “Create New Event” button in the upper right hand corner of the Schedule pane or by clicking on the Schedule itself.
If you create the Event by clicking on the Schedule itself, the “Create Event” window will have the date and time filled in according to the date and time in the Schedule pane where you clicked.
Fill in the details on the Create Event window:
Title - Give your Event a title. Currently your Event titles are not visible to your listeners.
Date and Time- Check the Event date. If you opened the Create Event window by clicking on the Schedule instead of the “Create New Event” button, the Event date and time will be already filled in.
Duration - Select a duration for your Event. Make sure the Event is long enough to fit the desired Playlist. If the Event duration is longer than the Playlist, the Playlist will loop to fill the Event slot as long as it satisfies the DMCA.
Playlist - Choose a Playlist with which you’d like populate the Event. (Read more about creating Playlists here).
Scheduling - Select Strict or Flexible Event type. Strict Event types will start at the exact specified Event start time. They might cut off a track in the middle if the Event duration has been reached. Flexible Event types will delay their starts until the previous track has finished.
When you are satisfied with your Event, click the “Save Changes” button.
If your Event does not pass the DMCA check, you will see an error at the bottom of the Create Event window. If your Event passes the DMCA check, your schedule will show the Event you have just created.
Clicking on an Event in the Schedule pane will open a window from which you can view the tracks scheduled in the Event.
At the top of the Edit Event window, you have the option to delete your Event by clicking on the “Delete Event” button.