Prompting Registrants to Share Your Event After Registration

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What could be better than having someone register for your event? Having them spread the word right after. Follow the steps below to set up the share prompt and encourage your registrants to do just that.
 
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NOTE: Though it's easy to mix them up, the share prompt, share bar, and follow bar are distinct features that work together to promote your company and event.
  
In a Classic Event
 
1 Access the Social Media Sharing tab. Begin by selecting your Classic event. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Web, click Social Media.

2 Establish what event information will display. Click Edit. To add an image, click Browse Library.... Double click the folder, then the file. Don't see your image? Open a folder and click Add File to locate the file on your computer or network.
 
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Enter the post's title and text that will display on Facebook and LinkedIn. Under Twitter Post Details, enter the tweet text, then the event's hashtag.

3 Turn on the share prompt in an event with only one registration path.
Scroll down to the Share Prompt section. Switch "Display Share Prompt" to Yes, then determine if the header should display. Enter the header label. If you think it needs to be explained, add additional instructions.

Track how many registrants shared your event from the share prompt by adding a reference ID. Make sure it's one that you will remember, since it will display in reports.

Click Save.

Or turn on the share prompt in an event with multiple registration paths. If you have multiple registration paths enabled for this event, the share prompt section will look a little different.

Scroll down to the Share Prompt section. Click the User-added image under Action, and ensure Yes is selected from the dropdown. Determine if the header should display, then enter the header label. If you think it needs to be explained further, add additional instructions.


Track how many registrants shared your event from the share prompt by adding a reference ID. Make sure it's one that you will remember, since it will display in reports.

Click Save.
 
In a Flex Event
 
1 Access the Site Designer. Begin by selecting your Flex event. To go to the website, hover over Website & Registration and, under Website, click Event Website. For registration, hover over Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration ProcessSelect a registration path from the Registration Paths dropdown, if necessary.
 
Click Customize to the right of the page you want to add the share prompt function to.
 
2 Enable share prompt.
In the top left of your canvas, click the Registration Page or Website Page dropdown. In the Registration Paths section, select a path if necessary. Click the User-added image icon to the right, then scroll down to Share Prompt section. Toggle "Share Prompt" to green.
Enter the header text. If you think it needs to be explained, add additional instructions. Toggle the social media sites you would like to share your event on to green.

Track how many registrants shared your event from the share prompt by adding a reference ID. Make sure it's one you will remember, since it will display in reports.

Click Apply.

To customize the post test, post title, and event image, you'll need to set them up like you do for your Share Bar.


Once you're done, click Save to preserve the draft, or click Publish to make it visible to invitees.

 

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What could be better than having someone register for your event? Having them spread the word right after. Follow the steps below to set up the share prompt and encourage your registrants to do just that.
 
User-added image
 
NOTE: Though it's easy to mix them up, the share prompt, share bar, and follow bar are distinct features that work together to promote your company and event.
  
In a Classic Event
 
1 Access the Social Media Sharing tab. Begin by selecting your Classic event. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Web, click Social Media.

2 Establish what event information will display. Click Edit. To add an image, click Browse Library.... Double click the folder, then the file. Don't see your image? Open a folder and click Add File to locate the file on your computer or network.
 
User-added image

Enter the post's title and text that will display on Facebook and LinkedIn. Under Twitter Post Details, enter the tweet text, then the event's hashtag.

3 Turn on the share prompt in an event with only one registration path.
Scroll down to the Share Prompt section. Switch "Display Share Prompt" to Yes, then determine if the header should display. Enter the header label. If you think it needs to be explained, add additional instructions.

Track how many registrants shared your event from the share prompt by adding a reference ID. Make sure it's one that you will remember, since it will display in reports.

Click Save.

Or turn on the share prompt in an event with multiple registration paths. If you have multiple registration paths enabled for this event, the share prompt section will look a little different.

Scroll down to the Share Prompt section. Click the User-added image under Action, and ensure Yes is selected from the dropdown. Determine if the header should display, then enter the header label. If you think it needs to be explained further, add additional instructions.


Track how many registrants shared your event from the share prompt by adding a reference ID. Make sure it's one that you will remember, since it will display in reports.

Click Save.
 
In a Flex Event
 
1 Access the Site Designer. Begin by selecting your Flex event. To go to the website, hover over Website & Registration and, under Website, click Event Website. For registration, hover over Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration ProcessSelect a registration path from the Registration Paths dropdown, if necessary.
 
Click Customize to the right of the page you want to add the share prompt function to.
 
2 Enable share prompt.
In the top left of your canvas, click the Registration Page or Website Page dropdown. In the Registration Paths section, select a path if necessary. Click the User-added image icon to the right, then scroll down to Share Prompt section. Toggle "Share Prompt" to green.
Enter the header text. If you think it needs to be explained, add additional instructions. Toggle the social media sites you would like to share your event on to green.

Track how many registrants shared your event from the share prompt by adding a reference ID. Make sure it's one you will remember, since it will display in reports.

Click Apply.

To customize the post test, post title, and event image, you'll need to set them up like you do for your Share Bar.


Once you're done, click Save to preserve the draft, or click Publish to make it visible to invitees.

 

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What could be better than having someone register for your event? Having them spread the word right after. Follow the steps below to set up the share prompt and encourage your registrants to do just that.
 
User-added image
 
NOTE: Though it's easy to mix them up, the share prompt, share bar, and follow bar are distinct features that work together to promote your company and event.
  
In a Classic Event
 
1 Access the Social Media Sharing tab. Begin by selecting your Classic event. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Web, click Social Media.

2 Establish what event information will display. Click Edit. To add an image, click Browse Library.... Double click the folder, then the file. Don't see your image? Open a folder and click Add File to locate the file on your computer or network.
 
User-added image

Enter the post's title and text that will display on Facebook and LinkedIn. Under Twitter Post Details, enter the tweet text, then the event's hashtag.

3 Turn on the share prompt in an event with only one registration path.
Scroll down to the Share Prompt section. Switch "Display Share Prompt" to Yes, then determine if the header should display. Enter the header label. If you think it needs to be explained, add additional instructions.

Track how many registrants shared your event from the share prompt by adding a reference ID. Make sure it's one that you will remember, since it will display in reports.

Click Save.

Or turn on the share prompt in an event with multiple registration paths. If you have multiple registration paths enabled for this event, the share prompt section will look a little different.

Scroll down to the Share Prompt section. Click the User-added image under Action, and ensure Yes is selected from the dropdown. Determine if the header should display, then enter the header label. If you think it needs to be explained further, add additional instructions.


Track how many registrants shared your event from the share prompt by adding a reference ID. Make sure it's one that you will remember, since it will display in reports.

Click Save.
 
In a Flex Event
 
1 Access the Site Designer. Begin by selecting your Flex event. To go to the website, hover over Website & Registration and, under Website, click Event Website. For registration, hover over Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration ProcessSelect a registration path from the Registration Paths dropdown, if necessary.
 
Click Customize to the right of the page you want to add the share prompt function to.
 
2 Enable share prompt.
In the top left of your canvas, click the Registration Page or Website Page dropdown. In the Registration Paths section, select a path if necessary. Click the User-added image icon to the right, then scroll down to Share Prompt section. Toggle "Share Prompt" to green.
Enter the header text. If you think it needs to be explained, add additional instructions. Toggle the social media sites you would like to share your event on to green.

Track how many registrants shared your event from the share prompt by adding a reference ID. Make sure it's one you will remember, since it will display in reports.

Click Apply.

To customize the post test, post title, and event image, you'll need to set them up like you do for your Share Bar.


Once you're done, click Save to preserve the draft, or click Publish to make it visible to invitees.

 

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What could be better than having someone register for your event? Having them spread the word right after. Follow the steps below to set up the share prompt and encourage your registrants to do just that.
 
User-added image
 
NOTE: Though it's easy to mix them up, the share prompt, share bar, and follow bar are distinct features that work together to promote your company and event.
  
In a Classic Event
 
1 Access the Social Media Sharing tab. Begin by selecting your Classic event. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Web, click Social Media.

2 Establish what event information will display. Click Edit. To add an image, click Browse Library.... Double click the folder, then the file. Don't see your image? Open a folder and click Add File to locate the file on your computer or network.
 
User-added image

Enter the post's title and text that will display on Facebook and LinkedIn. Under Twitter Post Details, enter the tweet text, then the event's hashtag.

3 Turn on the share prompt in an event with only one registration path.
Scroll down to the Share Prompt section. Switch "Display Share Prompt" to Yes, then determine if the header should display. Enter the header label. If you think it needs to be explained, add additional instructions.

Track how many registrants shared your event from the share prompt by adding a reference ID. Make sure it's one that you will remember, since it will display in reports.

Click Save.

Or turn on the share prompt in an event with multiple registration paths. If you have multiple registration paths enabled for this event, the share prompt section will look a little different.

Scroll down to the Share Prompt section. Click the User-added image under Action, and ensure Yes is selected from the dropdown. Determine if the header should display, then enter the header label. If you think it needs to be explained further, add additional instructions.


Track how many registrants shared your event from the share prompt by adding a reference ID. Make sure it's one that you will remember, since it will display in reports.

Click Save.
 
In a Flex Event
 
1 Access the Site Designer. Begin by selecting your Flex event. To go to the website, hover over Website & Registration and, under Website, click Event Website. For registration, hover over Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration ProcessSelect a registration path from the Registration Paths dropdown, if necessary.
 
Click Customize to the right of the page you want to add the share prompt function to.
 
2 Enable share prompt.
In the top left of your canvas, click the Registration Page or Website Page dropdown. In the Registration Paths section, select a path if necessary. Click the User-added image icon to the right, then scroll down to Share Prompt section. Toggle "Share Prompt" to green.
Enter the header text. If you think it needs to be explained, add additional instructions. Toggle the social media sites you would like to share your event on to green.

Track how many registrants shared your event from the share prompt by adding a reference ID. Make sure it's one you will remember, since it will display in reports.

Click Apply.

To customize the post test, post title, and event image, you'll need to set them up like you do for your Share Bar.


Once you're done, click Save to preserve the draft, or click Publish to make it visible to invitees.

 

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What could be better than having someone register for your event? Having them spread the word right after. Follow the steps below to set up the share prompt and encourage your registrants to do just that.
 
User-added image
 
NOTE: Though it's easy to mix them up, the share prompt, share bar, and follow bar are distinct features that work together to promote your company and event.
  
In a Classic Event
 
1 Access the Social Media Sharing tab. Begin by selecting your Classic event. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Web, click Social Media.

2 Establish what event information will display. Click Edit. To add an image, click Browse Library.... Double click the folder, then the file. Don't see your image? Open a folder and click Add File to locate the file on your computer or network.
 
User-added image

Enter the post's title and text that will display on Facebook and LinkedIn. Under Twitter Post Details, enter the tweet text, then the event's hashtag.

3 Turn on the share prompt in an event with only one registration path.
Scroll down to the Share Prompt section. Switch "Display Share Prompt" to Yes, then determine if the header should display. Enter the header label. If you think it needs to be explained, add additional instructions.

Track how many registrants shared your event from the share prompt by adding a reference ID. Make sure it's one that you will remember, since it will display in reports.

Click Save.

Or turn on the share prompt in an event with multiple registration paths. If you have multiple registration paths enabled for this event, the share prompt section will look a little different.

Scroll down to the Share Prompt section. Click the User-added image under Action, and ensure Yes is selected from the dropdown. Determine if the header should display, then enter the header label. If you think it needs to be explained further, add additional instructions.


Track how many registrants shared your event from the share prompt by adding a reference ID. Make sure it's one that you will remember, since it will display in reports.

Click Save.
 
In a Flex Event
 
1 Access the Site Designer. Begin by selecting your Flex event. To go to the website, hover over Website & Registration and, under Website, click Event Website. For registration, hover over Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration ProcessSelect a registration path from the Registration Paths dropdown, if necessary.
 
Click Customize to the right of the page you want to add the share prompt function to.
 
2 Enable share prompt.
In the top left of your canvas, click the Registration Page or Website Page dropdown. In the Registration Paths section, select a path if necessary. Click the User-added image icon to the right, then scroll down to Share Prompt section. Toggle "Share Prompt" to green.
Enter the header text. If you think it needs to be explained, add additional instructions. Toggle the social media sites you would like to share your event on to green.

Track how many registrants shared your event from the share prompt by adding a reference ID. Make sure it's one you will remember, since it will display in reports.

Click Apply.

To customize the post test, post title, and event image, you'll need to set them up like you do for your Share Bar.


Once you're done, click Save to preserve the draft, or click Publish to make it visible to invitees.

 

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What could be better than having someone register for your event? Having them spread the word right after. Follow the steps below to set up the share prompt and encourage your registrants to do just that.
 
User-added image
 
NOTE: Though it's easy to mix them up, the share prompt, share bar, and follow bar are distinct features that work together to promote your company and event.
  
In a Classic Event
 
1 Access the Social Media Sharing tab. Begin by selecting your Classic event. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Web, click Social Media.

2 Establish what event information will display. Click Edit. To add an image, click Browse Library.... Double click the folder, then the file. Don't see your image? Open a folder and click Add File to locate the file on your computer or network.
 
User-added image

Enter the post's title and text that will display on Facebook and LinkedIn. Under Twitter Post Details, enter the tweet text, then the event's hashtag.

3 Turn on the share prompt in an event with only one registration path.
Scroll down to the Share Prompt section. Switch "Display Share Prompt" to Yes, then determine if the header should display. Enter the header label. If you think it needs to be explained, add additional instructions.

Track how many registrants shared your event from the share prompt by adding a reference ID. Make sure it's one that you will remember, since it will display in reports.

Click Save.

Or turn on the share prompt in an event with multiple registration paths. If you have multiple registration paths enabled for this event, the share prompt section will look a little different.

Scroll down to the Share Prompt section. Click the User-added image under Action, and ensure Yes is selected from the dropdown. Determine if the header should display, then enter the header label. If you think it needs to be explained further, add additional instructions.


Track how many registrants shared your event from the share prompt by adding a reference ID. Make sure it's one that you will remember, since it will display in reports.

Click Save.
 
In a Flex Event
 
1 Access the Site Designer. Begin by selecting your Flex event. To go to the website, hover over Website & Registration and, under Website, click Event Website. For registration, hover over Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration ProcessSelect a registration path from the Registration Paths dropdown, if necessary.
 
Click Customize to the right of the page you want to add the share prompt function to.
 
2 Enable share prompt.
In the top left of your canvas, click the Registration Page or Website Page dropdown. In the Registration Paths section, select a path if necessary. Click the User-added image icon to the right, then scroll down to Share Prompt section. Toggle "Share Prompt" to green.
Enter the header text. If you think it needs to be explained, add additional instructions. Toggle the social media sites you would like to share your event on to green.

Track how many registrants shared your event from the share prompt by adding a reference ID. Make sure it's one you will remember, since it will display in reports.

Click Apply.

To customize the post test, post title, and event image, you'll need to set them up like you do for your Share Bar.


Once you're done, click Save to preserve the draft, or click Publish to make it visible to invitees.

 

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