Invitation Sending Guide

Invitation Sending Guide

Here's how you can send invitations to an event sponsor through Eventora 

First, you need to create a free ticket type from Setup > Ticket Types.

Click Create Ticket, uncheck "Active" to make this type of ticket hidden to the public, and set the value to 0.

After creating the new ticket type, check if you want to add fields from Setup > Ticket Forms and customize it from Setup > CUSTOMIZE Tickets.

Send invitations

To edit the invitation template email go to Setup > Email Messages and Pages: Invitation> Invitation (envelope icon) > Edit.

The {{InvitationButton}} dynamic field that already exists should be included in the text.

{{InvitationButton}} creates a "Register" button that will direct the registration contact person to the registration form to complete the guests information.

You can then send the invitations, either individually or in bulk.

Single invitation send to 1 recipient - Sponsor

  1. Go Invite > Invitation
  2. Select an email template and language and click Continue
  3. Check send by email
  4. Select the ticket type (the free one you created before) and the number of guests and click Continue
  5. Fill in the fields you want. Usually they are: address (eg Dear Sir), first name (eg Adam), last name (eg Smith, email, etc.)
    Click Create Invitation

Send to multiple recipients - Sponsors

  1. First, fill out your sponsors list by following the instructions by clicking here.
    Don't forget to specify the number of guest invitees in the tickets quantity column
  2. Go to Invite > MASSIVE SEND Send personal invitations
  3. Follow the steps outlined and click Preview to Check and then click Send.

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