What is User Self-Signup?


You can provide a form for the participants of your event, with which they can register for your event on their own.

To enable this functionality klick on the sign "Edit Session".



Setup the User Signup for an event


Under the item "User signup" you can find an option to enable user self-signup.


To enable user self-signup klick the shown checkbox ("User self-signup enabled").

After that further information for the configuration of the user signup is displayed.



Registration link and embed code


At first you are asked to save your changes in order to activate the user signup.

You can do this with the button on the bottom edge of the screen.




After saving, the registration link and the embed code are now displayed.



Participants can use the registration link to sign up on their own.

The embed code can be embedded on any website to enable registration from there.

The buttons right next to the fields enable you to copy their content with a single click.

If you're using the embed code the form will be displayed without the background and will look for example like this.




Redirection after successful registration 


In this section you are able to choose what should happen if participants sign up successfully.


If you choose "None", participants receive a success message and remain on the registration page.

If you choose "To Session", participants will be directly redirected to your event after sign up.

If you choose "Custom redirect", you can input any URL you want your participants to be redirected to after sign up.



Sending emails after registration


You can choose if participants should receive an email with the accesslink to your event or not after they've successfully registered.


If the checkbox is ticked participants will receive an email. If it's not ticked, no email is sent.




Custom Properties


In the user registration there is, among other things, a form editor which helps you to customize the registration form for your event according to your wishes. Furthermore, you can also request additional information from your participants by using "Custom Properties". You can find the article on the creation and parameters of "Custom Properties" here.



On the left side you will find the form structure. On this registration form, in addition to your event name, the date and time of your event, the e-mail and the name of your participants are also requested during registration. 


On the right-hand side are the available properties that you have previously defined in the settings of your tenant under "Custom Properties".

In this case, the properties "Company" and "Date of birth" have been defined. 


Now you have the option in the user registration to drag these properties into the registration form on the right-hand side and thus make them part of the registration form.



Example: 


The property "Company" has now been inserted under the fields "Mail" and "Name". As soon as a property has been inserted into the registration form, it disappears from the right-hand selection of "Available properties". If you insert all previously defined "Available Properties", the right-hand block is empty.


Here: On the right under "Available properties" there is now only the property "Date of birth", as the property "Company" has been added to the left of the registration form.


Here: All "Available properties" have been added to the registration form, so the right-hand side is empty.



If you click on the three horizontal lines to the right of the input field of the property, you can move the property in the registration form and position it anywhere.

 



After inserting it, you can decide whether this property is to be a mandatory field on the registration form and must therefore be filled in by the participant during registration. If you do not tick the box "Mandatory field", the participant can fill in the field independently during registration.




You can also delete the inserted property and move it back to the right side to "Available properties" by clicking on "Delete field". 




Final registration form for the participants

After you have saved the settings you have made, the resulting registration form for the participants will look like this, for example:


Info: The asterisk next to the queried properties indicates whether the following field is a mandatory field.




The registration page for participants




Branding of the registration page

You can customize the background (here grey) of the registration page. The article on Styling and Branding provides a guide for that under subtopic 7.


Elements of the registration page

If users follow the registration link they will get to the page shown below, which will be described in more detail hereafter.


  1. Name of the event, which is defined in the event settings.
  2. Start date and time of the event
  3. Input field for the participant's name
  4. Input field for the participant's Email address 
  5. Checkbox to confirm the privacy policy
  6. Link to the privacy policy page configured in the privacy settings.
  7. Button to submit the registration (only activated if every input field and the selection is filled in as well as the privacy policy checkbox is checked)
  8. Links to the support-portal and imprint configured in the support settings
  9. Selection for the language this registration page is displayed