Forms & Registration
The basis of your event registration. Smart forms with outstanding user experience
Multiple choice and open questions
Add questions to the registration form by simply dragging and dropping. Choose from question types like: open, multiple choice, select and checkbox.
Display questions in the registration form based on the answers given by the participant. That way, only questions relevant to that participant show.
Automatically close registration
No need to fear for an overbooked event. The registration automatically closes when all tickets are sold.
Open and close registration by date
Easily set the opening and closing date of the event registration.
Address formally or informally
Personalize messages by addressing invitees in a fashion suitable to them. Formally, informally, gender-neutral, it's all possible.
Public or private
An event can be publicly accessible or only by invitation. Easily set the event to public or private.
Real time data
Access to an always up-to-date overview of registered participants and the answers they gave during their registration. Push the event marketing leading up to the event.
Automatic confirmation message
Right after completing the form, a participant receives a confirmation message detailing their registration. The look and content is completely customizable.
Create templates for all of your upcoming events
Make use of a tracking code when specific parts of the program are accessible only to certain participants. They can be offered a lunch, access to a closed session, receive a discount or charged a premium.
Set limits per item
Set a maximum capacity for the registration of specific parts of the program. No overcrowded workshops or sub-sessions and certainly no manual grouping of participants.
Target groups and participant groups
When an event features different participant groups, those can be addressed individually. From the save the date to the questionnaire afterwards.
Alter registration details
Set whether participants can alter their registration details after the fact.