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Give your form a title and start building your form. To determine which questions your need to add to your form differs a lot depending on what type of event you run.
Please refer to the ‘Admin Resources’ section in the Partner Portal for more information. We have set up a number of templates including ‘A’ and ‘B’ form templates which you can use to build your forms.
There are a number of different types of questions to choose from. As a general rule of thumb, it is a good idea to give people options to choose from (multiple choice).
To add new questions you can duplicate an existing one:
Or add a new question:
As you are building your form, test often. You can also use the preview button at the top to quickly see what your form looks like for the user:
There are a number of settings for your form. You can explore the options and choose as you see fit. Below are a number of suggested settings that we have found helpful:
This will be helpful for you to correspond with the people signing up for your event.
Under the ‘Responses’ tab you can monitor and manage registrations that have come in through your form:
You can delete form entries under the individual tab (which is helpful when you have tested the form yourself a number of times):
When you want to close registrations you do not have to delete your form. You can disable the form by turning off ‘Accepting responses’:
Eventbrite is a complete event registration solution with many features, including the ability to collect payments for your events.
Go to: Eventbrite.com and sign in.
We have created an instruction video to give you an overview on how to use Eventbrite.
Mailchimp is well known as a power email tool. What is often missed is that it also has an option to create registration forms.
Go to: mailchimp.com and sign in.
We have created an instruction video to give you an overview on how to use Mailchimp.
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