Sunday , December 16 2018 Ausdroid » News » Google updates I/O schedule – attendees can now register for sessions

With less than a month remaining until Google I/O kicks off at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, Google has this morning updated their schedule with new Sessions, Codelabs, App Reviews slots, Office Hours, and After Hours events. Attendees can now also reserve a space at these sessions.

For anyone attending, you can now head over to, sign in with the account you’re registered with and search for sessions. If you find something you like, you can then click on the ticket icon for each Session you want to reserve. Attendees can book in as many sessions as they like – though you’re limited to one session per time slot. If a session is full, you can join a waitlist and hope some space becomes available.

Of course if you’re not attending you can still check out almost all the sessions, with Google streaming all the sessions through YouTube.

There will be more than 160 technical and Keynote Sessions at Google I/O this year, as well as other things to do including visiting sandboxes, and checking out office hours and app review sessions for developers. It’s going to be jam packed and we’re going to be there to bring you up to speed on everything Google has to announce – if you have any questions, let us know and we’ll do our best to get them answered.

Source: Google.

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