Registration Applications are pages that serve as your registration form, gathering the specific information you need from your registrants in order for them to register for your event.

  • Log in to High Attendance as Company Admin

  • Hover over Event Admin icon (stack of papers) and select Applications

  • Click Add New+ in the upper right corner

  • Name your Application, then select Registration Application in the Type dropdown.

There are 4 tabs to go through in order to choose settings and add content to this Registration Application.

1. Basic

  • The bottom of this page includes a section to build out what your Registration Application page will look like. We recommend that you build it using Dynamic Tags in the Editor view, then you can look at the Advanced HTML view to tweak formatting if you need.

  • On this page, you must use the Dynamic Tag called Dynamic Form so the Form Fields you will define in a later tab show up on your registration page.

2. Email and Notifications

  • This is specifically for sending yourself notifications when someone registers for your event.

3. Form Fields

  • Delete or edit form fields as needed.

  • Click Add New Field+ in the bottom right corner to add additional fields.

4. Thank You Page

  • This is defining what your thank you/confirmation page looks like after someone registers for your event.

Additional Notes:

  • You will need to attach this Application to your event in order to make the appropriate content populate based off of the Dynamic Tags you chose.

  • To edit an application, click the blue edit icon in the Action column on the far right side of the application you need to edit.

  • A Registration Application is also automatically created if you create an event without attaching an existing Registration Application as part of the event setup. In this instance, you can edit the Registration Application from the Event Overview page under Applications in order to customize it.

Related Resources:
Use Dynamic Tags
Use HTML Editor & Advanced HTML
Create a Landing Page Application

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