Create an event

Create Event
To start a registration, you must first create an event: 'Events -> New'. Select an event template from which the texts for the website and emails should be copied. Then enter the title and the start and end date. Under the status, you define the internal planning state of the event (optional, definitive, done, ...). This status is used to calculate the number of active events for your subscription and determines whether the event is displayed under 'Events'.
 
You will then be taken automatically to the dashboard of the event. The title of the event is only visible internally and not for participants. Further settings for the event are optional for a registration.
 
 
Copy event and create templates
With 'Event Dashboard -> Clone' you can clone a complete event with all texts, questions and pictures or create a template. These templates can be edited by administrators under 'Events -> Templates'. With 'Events -> Templates -> Copy Default' you can copy our standard template into your account.
 
Event navigation
In the event details view you can see all areas of your event:
  • Event Dashboard: all important numbers and settings for your event.
  • Websites: Overview of all websites, here you can customize the design and content
  • Emails: Develop email templates and send emails to participants.
  • Prints: Create letters or name plates.
  • Participants: Participants status
  • Reports: Create reports for participants.
  • Check in: Manage the check in on site
Optionally, the event contacts (suppliers, location, ...) can be created and the agenda, tasks and the event budget managed. To do this, select 'All fields' under 'Account -> Default view'. You can go to the event detail view at any time by clicking on the title of the event at 'Events'.
 
 
Event Dashboard
In the event dashboard you can see the most important settings for your event:
  • Basic data: event title, date, event status, participant status and registration deadline.
  • Accepted: There is a timeline for the confirmed participants, start, end and intervals are set automatically.
  • Emails: For the same period of time, all actively sent emails will also be displayed (automated emails, such as confirmation emails are not included).
  • To Dos: Finally, you will see the overview of all activities that need to be done for the event setup in the To Do Checklist.