Professional timer for event productions
Cloud-based timer for producers and event production teams. Create a simple rundown with multiple programmable cues and messages. Also available for Windows and Mac.
Free, no signup required
What customers love about Stagetimer
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Simple to use & easy to share
Stagetimer is a remote-controlled countdown timer that allows you to set, start, pause, and reset a timer from any device with a web browser. It is available as a web application, as well as standalone versions for Windows and Mac. It include the ability to share the timer via unique links, display customizable messages on the timer, and control the timer remotely. It is perfect for events, meetings, and presentations, and is simple and easy to use.
Run timers for your event production in the cloud
Perfect tool for show operators and event production professionals. No need for cables connecting screens across the venue.
- Use any internet-connected device
- Runs entirely in the browsers
- No HDMI or SDI splitters required
Timing and communication made easy
Simplify your rundown with pre-programmed timers and ready to display messages. No more paper signs or running back and forth to restart timers.
- Control timers remotely
- Share timer with a link or QR code
- Show messages and alerts to speakers
For on-site events and across time zones
Display a countdown, count up or time of day with one click. The easiest solution for on-site and virtual events.
- Customizable timers
- Schedule and create a sequence of multiple timers
- Works seamlessly with different time zones
Stagetimer’s speaker timer has some of the most affordable pricing. Enjoy all the essential timer-management functions for free.
Need our premium countdown timer for a one-time event? Pay a one-time flat fee and get full-time access for 10 days. Or, pay a small monthly subscription (save 20% annually) for ongoing access to our full-suite public speaking timers to create and manage your events and presentations.
Frequently asked questions
Can I program or schedule the event timer?
You can program Stagetimer by scheduling multiple timers or linking them together so that one starts right when the other one ends. This feature is available on the web version, as well as the Windows and Mac versions. You can also start a timer at a specific time and date by clicking the gear icon on the individual timer, selecting the "Scheduled" trigger, and choosing a time and date. If the time has already passed, the date will be automatically set for the next day. This automation tool is useful for creating a series of timed events or presentations.
Can attendees send questions to the presenter?
Simply share the link or QR code available on the controller page (right under the message column) and your audience will be able to send questions that will automatically turn into messages. You can then edit and reorganize the order of the messages and show them one at a time to speakers.
Can I use Stagetimer for free?
You can use Stagetimer for free. The free version of Stagetimer allows you to use all of the basic features, including creating and running timers, scheduling timers, and linking timers together. However, the free version does not include access to the Pro and Premium features, which include additional customization options and advanced features such as importing and exporting timer data, and real-time control of timers from more than three devices at the same time.
What is a event timer?
A event timer is a tool that can be used to efficiently conduct remote, in-person or virtual meetings, events and conferences by providing speakers with the ability to easily see how much time they have left to speak. You can set multiple timers for different speakers, send messages to speakers, and automate show flows.
What are some use-cases for a speaker timer?
A event timer is essential for in-person events, virtual meetings, online presentations, and live-streamed broadcasts. So if you're organizing any sort of event like this, you should be using a speech timer to make sure things run smoothly every time.
An automated timer makes it easy to give everyone an equal chance to speak whenever necessary, by providing participants with an allotted time for their input.
Can I use Stagetimer with any device?
You can use Stagetimer with any device that has a modern web browser. This includes desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. Stagetimer is a web-based application, so you do not need to download or install any software to use it. Simply visit the Stagetimer website in your web browser and you will be able to use all of the features of the app. You can also use Stagetimer offline on a Mac or Windows computer by downloading the offline version of the app.
Can I share the event agenda with others?
Every room comes ready with a shareable agenda link for your attendees to access anytime. You can also send collaborative links to team members and delegate administrative tasks during events.
What are a event clock’s benefits?
A event timer automation tool like Stagetimer is an essential tool for companies looking to plan and manage the schedule of their in-person or virtual events and meetings. These tools help make events more effective by keeping speakers on track, ensuring that time-strict events stay on schedule. As an event coordinator or project manager, you can set up event flows on autopilot with Stagetimer's scheduling or trigger features, so you don't have to manually switch between speaker sessions. In addition to keeping events running smoothly, a stage timer is also a simple way to consistently market your brand or product throughout an event, as users will constantly be looking at the timer.
Who uses a event timer tool?
A event timer can be used by anyone who wants to conduct successful virtual and on-site events with minimal disruptions. So we're talking event production managers and staff, conference organizers, audiovisual professionals, and live-streaming or media production staff who want an automated way to see who's talking and how much time they have left.