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by Matt Alderton | June 15, 2015
Guest list app zkipster has launched a new "Seating" feature that allows planners to access floor plans for venues, then create and share seating charts customized to the space by dragging and dropping names from the guest list to the seating chart, it announced this month.

Initially, the app's Seating feature includes floor plans for 100 venues in four destinations: New York, Los Angeles, London, and Washington, DC. However, plans ultimately call for a "global database."

"Our new Seating feature marks the death of sticky-note seating charts -- digitizing another key process in the planning and execution of an event," remarked David Becker, co-founder of zkipster. "Event planners will now be able to design and collaborate on seating charts in real time for all sorts of events, from seated events like galas, fundraisers, and luncheons to movie premieres and fashion shows."

For more information, visit www.zkipster.com.