How do I open and preview my registration page?
Why would you open and preview a registration page?
- As you build your event, you will want to see the registration page so that you can check your progress and make changes
- So that you can submit test registrations - remember, test registrations do not cost you; when you Publish your event, all test registrations are removed.
- While your event is online and accepting registrations, you may need to open a registration page in order to register someone for your event
- After your event concludes, you may need to enter the walk-ins that arrived on the day of your event
If Menus, click the View Event button to open a Registration Page ...
If Buttons, click either of the "View Event as ..." buttons to open a Registration Page ...
There are 3 orange buttons that will open a registration page:
- View Event as Registrant - This button will display a fresh, blank registration page, all ready for you to fill out and submit a registration - whether or not your event is in Test Mode or Published
- View Event as Admin - This button will display a fresh, blank registration page, all ready for you to fill out and submit a registration - if you defined any Admin Use Only fields on any of the setup screens, you will see those fields and items on the registration page - all dates are ignored for sessions and sales items so that 100% of all sessions are visible to only event admins allowing you to register into lapsed sessions
- View Registrant Type URLs - If you have Registrant Types set up, this button will display a fresh, blank registration page, all ready for you to fill out and submit a registration - however, the Registrant Type will already be selected for you (there will be no dropdown menu of types)
What do you mean - a PRIVATE Registrant Type?
If you send the Registrant Type URLs in an invitation, the registrant will be locked into that registrant type. We refer to this as a PRIVATE registrant type. How do I send invitations to a specific registrant type?
A PUBLIC registrant type, on the other hand, is the event's normal URL, seen below: