Event Form Step 2: Setup & Tickets

This step has two parts: Setup and Tickets. Below you'll see annotated screenshots of each step as well as definititons for each field type involved.

  1. Reference Name: Required to move on to Tickets step: Serves as internal name for your Event
  2. Description: Not required: Internal only, used to provide any details necessary for future reference.
  3. Publically visible name for the event: Required to move on to Tickets step: Serves as public-facing name for your Event
  4. Start & End Date & Time: Not required, can be filled in later and can be set to All-Day.
  5. Time Zone: Not required, defaults to Eastern.
  6. Name of Venue: Not required
  7. Street Address: Not required
  8. City: Not required
  9. State: Not Required
  10. Zipcode: Not required

After completing the above steps, choose the Save button in the lower right corner of the screen and to move on, click the Tickets button.

 Ticket Info lets you customize each ticket type for your Event:

 

  1. Ticket Name: Required to move on to Compose step: Serves as public name for this ticket.
  2. Description: Not required: Internal only, used to provide any details necessary for future reference.
  3. Attendees per Ticket: Required to move on to Compose step: Choose number from dropdown.
  4. Price: Engage supports free and paid events. If no amount is entered for Price, registrants will see "FREE" in the cost column when they register.
  5. Deductible Amount: Set this to any dollar amount or leave blank.
  6. Limit Availability: Set a total number of tickets available of this type. Each time a ticket is purchased (or registered for if free), the number of available tickets will decrease by that amount automatically.
  7. Limit per Transaction: Set a total number of tickets available of each transaction. Registrants for quantity-restricted event types will be limited to that number upon registration.
  8. Restrict by Date: Make this ticket available only between specific dates. Outside of the dates you set, tickets will not be visible for registrants.

Click Save to open "Information Collected" tab:

 

 Engage allows you to create three value-types for custom questions: Checkbox, Select List and Text Field. You may then apply custom questions to a particular ticket type and or restrict the questions to just the person purchasing or the individual registrants themselves.

After applying custom questions to Tickets, click the Compose button in the bottom right corner to move on.

Step 3: Compose Event Page

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