Awarding Certificates

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Whether you're awarding credits in a Classic event or simply acknowledging completion, send attendees a link to their certificate so they can prove they put in the work, or at the very least, have something they hang on the refrigerator.
 

In a Classic Event

1 Design the certificate. Begin by selecting your Classic event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Badges & Certificates. Use the Badges & Certificate designer to create and save your certificate.

2 Let registrants access their certificates. Still in the Designer tab? Click the tab to the left, Details. If you're returning later, click the name of your certificate and the Details tab will open by default.

Click Edit.

Scroll down to the Self-Printing section and determine who can download and print their certificates: everyone who registered, only those marked as participants, or both.

Click Add Registration Types..., check the boxes beside the registration types that should receive certificates, then click OK.

Click Save.

3 Link to the certificate from the Confirmation page. You can add a button or a dropdown option to the Confirmation page so registrants can download their certificates when logged in.

 
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To do so, hover Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration Settings. If you have multiple registration paths, select one.

The Basic Settings tab opens by default. Select the rightmost tab, Confirmation, then click Edit.

Click Add Action.... From the dropdown, select whether you want the link to your certificate to be a button, or nested under a dropdown.

Check the box beside Print Certificate.

 
User-added image

Click OK, then Save.

Or email a link to the certificate. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Email, click Event Emails.

If you have multiple invitation lists, select one using the dropdown at the top.

Open an email by clicking its name or start a new one.

 
NOTE: Often, planners like to send the certificate after a registrant has completed the Feedback Survey. To do this, select Registrants who completed the feedback survey from the Audience dropdown in Step 1 of the Email Creation Wizard.

In the body of the email, insert the {[E-CERTIFICATE LINK]} data tag. This becomes a "Click here to print the certificate" link that prompts the recipient to download a PDF of the certificate. You can customize the link text

Click Save. If you used the HTML Editor, be sure to save on the original page as well.
 

In a Flex Event

1 Design the certificate. Begin by selecting your Flex event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Badges & Certificates. Use the Badges & Certificate designer to create and save your certificate.

2 Let registrants access their certificates. Still in the Designer tab? Click the tab to the left, Details. If you're returning later, click the name of your certificate and the Details tab will open by default.

Click Edit.

Scroll down to the Self-Printing section and determine who can download and print their certificates: everyone who registered, only those marked as participants, or both.

Click Add Registration Types..., check the boxes beside the registration types that should receive certificates, then click OK.

Click Save.

3 Email a link to the certificate. Hover Promotion & Communication and, under Emails, click Event Emails. If you have multiple invitation lists, select one. Click the name of your email or start a new one.

 
NOTE: Often, planners like to send the certificate after a registrant has completed the Feedback Survey. To do this, select the Event Feedback survey from the Post-Event Emails list.

Click Design Email.

On your canvas, click the widget you want the certificate to appear on. If you haven't added the widget yet, click Build to the right of the canvas, and drag and drop the widget onto the canvas.
In the text section, click the User-added image, and search for "Certificate."
 
 User-added image
 
Click the data tag you want to add.

Click Preview to view your email as an invitee would, then click Save.

 

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Whether you're awarding credits in a Classic event or simply acknowledging completion, send attendees a link to their certificate so they can prove they put in the work, or at the very least, have something they hang on the refrigerator.
 

In a Classic Event

1 Design the certificate. Begin by selecting your Classic event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Badges & Certificates. Use the Badges & Certificate designer to create and save your certificate.

2 Let registrants access their certificates. Still in the Designer tab? Click the tab to the left, Details. If you're returning later, click the name of your certificate and the Details tab will open by default.

Click Edit.

Scroll down to the Self-Printing section and determine who can download and print their certificates: everyone who registered, only those marked as participants, or both.

Click Add Registration Types..., check the boxes beside the registration types that should receive certificates, then click OK.

Click Save.

3 Link to the certificate from the Confirmation page. You can add a button or a dropdown option to the Confirmation page so registrants can download their certificates when logged in.

 
User-added image

To do so, hover Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration Settings. If you have multiple registration paths, select one.

The Basic Settings tab opens by default. Select the rightmost tab, Confirmation, then click Edit.

Click Add Action.... From the dropdown, select whether you want the link to your certificate to be a button, or nested under a dropdown.

Check the box beside Print Certificate.

 
User-added image

Click OK, then Save.

Or email a link to the certificate. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Email, click Event Emails.

If you have multiple invitation lists, select one using the dropdown at the top.

Open an email by clicking its name or start a new one.

 
NOTE: Often, planners like to send the certificate after a registrant has completed the Feedback Survey. To do this, select Registrants who completed the feedback survey from the Audience dropdown in Step 1 of the Email Creation Wizard.

In the body of the email, insert the {[E-CERTIFICATE LINK]} data tag. This becomes a "Click here to print the certificate" link that prompts the recipient to download a PDF of the certificate. You can customize the link text

Click Save. If you used the HTML Editor, be sure to save on the original page as well.
 

In a Flex Event

1 Design the certificate. Begin by selecting your Flex event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Badges & Certificates. Use the Badges & Certificate designer to create and save your certificate.

2 Let registrants access their certificates. Still in the Designer tab? Click the tab to the left, Details. If you're returning later, click the name of your certificate and the Details tab will open by default.

Click Edit.

Scroll down to the Self-Printing section and determine who can download and print their certificates: everyone who registered, only those marked as participants, or both.

Click Add Registration Types..., check the boxes beside the registration types that should receive certificates, then click OK.

Click Save.

3 Email a link to the certificate. Hover Promotion & Communication and, under Emails, click Event Emails. If you have multiple invitation lists, select one. Click the name of your email or start a new one.

 
NOTE: Often, planners like to send the certificate after a registrant has completed the Feedback Survey. To do this, select the Event Feedback survey from the Post-Event Emails list.

Click Design Email.

On your canvas, click the widget you want the certificate to appear on. If you haven't added the widget yet, click Build to the right of the canvas, and drag and drop the widget onto the canvas.
In the text section, click the User-added image, and search for "Certificate."
 
 User-added image
 
Click the data tag you want to add.

Click Preview to view your email as an invitee would, then click Save.

 

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Whether you're awarding credits in a Classic event or simply acknowledging completion, send attendees a link to their certificate so they can prove they put in the work, or at the very least, have something they hang on the refrigerator.
 

In a Classic Event

1 Design the certificate. Begin by selecting your Classic event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Badges & Certificates. Use the Badges & Certificate designer to create and save your certificate.

2 Let registrants access their certificates. Still in the Designer tab? Click the tab to the left, Details. If you're returning later, click the name of your certificate and the Details tab will open by default.

Click Edit.

Scroll down to the Self-Printing section and determine who can download and print their certificates: everyone who registered, only those marked as participants, or both.

Click Add Registration Types..., check the boxes beside the registration types that should receive certificates, then click OK.

Click Save.

3 Link to the certificate from the Confirmation page. You can add a button or a dropdown option to the Confirmation page so registrants can download their certificates when logged in.

 
User-added image

To do so, hover Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration Settings. If you have multiple registration paths, select one.

The Basic Settings tab opens by default. Select the rightmost tab, Confirmation, then click Edit.

Click Add Action.... From the dropdown, select whether you want the link to your certificate to be a button, or nested under a dropdown.

Check the box beside Print Certificate.

 
User-added image

Click OK, then Save.

Or email a link to the certificate. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Email, click Event Emails.

If you have multiple invitation lists, select one using the dropdown at the top.

Open an email by clicking its name or start a new one.

 
NOTE: Often, planners like to send the certificate after a registrant has completed the Feedback Survey. To do this, select Registrants who completed the feedback survey from the Audience dropdown in Step 1 of the Email Creation Wizard.

In the body of the email, insert the {[E-CERTIFICATE LINK]} data tag. This becomes a "Click here to print the certificate" link that prompts the recipient to download a PDF of the certificate. You can customize the link text

Click Save. If you used the HTML Editor, be sure to save on the original page as well.
 

In a Flex Event

1 Design the certificate. Begin by selecting your Flex event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Badges & Certificates. Use the Badges & Certificate designer to create and save your certificate.

2 Let registrants access their certificates. Still in the Designer tab? Click the tab to the left, Details. If you're returning later, click the name of your certificate and the Details tab will open by default.

Click Edit.

Scroll down to the Self-Printing section and determine who can download and print their certificates: everyone who registered, only those marked as participants, or both.

Click Add Registration Types..., check the boxes beside the registration types that should receive certificates, then click OK.

Click Save.

3 Email a link to the certificate. Hover Promotion & Communication and, under Emails, click Event Emails. If you have multiple invitation lists, select one. Click the name of your email or start a new one.

 
NOTE: Often, planners like to send the certificate after a registrant has completed the Feedback Survey. To do this, select the Event Feedback survey from the Post-Event Emails list.

Click Design Email.

On your canvas, click the widget you want the certificate to appear on. If you haven't added the widget yet, click Build to the right of the canvas, and drag and drop the widget onto the canvas.
In the text section, click the User-added image, and search for "Certificate."
 
 User-added image
 
Click the data tag you want to add.

Click Preview to view your email as an invitee would, then click Save.

 

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Whether you're awarding credits in a Classic event or simply acknowledging completion, send attendees a link to their certificate so they can prove they put in the work, or at the very least, have something they hang on the refrigerator.
 

In a Classic Event

1 Design the certificate. Begin by selecting your Classic event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Badges & Certificates. Use the Badges & Certificate designer to create and save your certificate.

2 Let registrants access their certificates. Still in the Designer tab? Click the tab to the left, Details. If you're returning later, click the name of your certificate and the Details tab will open by default.

Click Edit.

Scroll down to the Self-Printing section and determine who can download and print their certificates: everyone who registered, only those marked as participants, or both.

Click Add Registration Types..., check the boxes beside the registration types that should receive certificates, then click OK.

Click Save.

3 Link to the certificate from the Confirmation page. You can add a button or a dropdown option to the Confirmation page so registrants can download their certificates when logged in.

 
User-added image

To do so, hover Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration Settings. If you have multiple registration paths, select one.

The Basic Settings tab opens by default. Select the rightmost tab, Confirmation, then click Edit.

Click Add Action.... From the dropdown, select whether you want the link to your certificate to be a button, or nested under a dropdown.

Check the box beside Print Certificate.

 
User-added image

Click OK, then Save.

Or email a link to the certificate. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Email, click Event Emails.

If you have multiple invitation lists, select one using the dropdown at the top.

Open an email by clicking its name or start a new one.

 
NOTE: Often, planners like to send the certificate after a registrant has completed the Feedback Survey. To do this, select Registrants who completed the feedback survey from the Audience dropdown in Step 1 of the Email Creation Wizard.

In the body of the email, insert the {[E-CERTIFICATE LINK]} data tag. This becomes a "Click here to print the certificate" link that prompts the recipient to download a PDF of the certificate. You can customize the link text

Click Save. If you used the HTML Editor, be sure to save on the original page as well.
 

In a Flex Event

1 Design the certificate. Begin by selecting your Flex event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Badges & Certificates. Use the Badges & Certificate designer to create and save your certificate.

2 Let registrants access their certificates. Still in the Designer tab? Click the tab to the left, Details. If you're returning later, click the name of your certificate and the Details tab will open by default.

Click Edit.

Scroll down to the Self-Printing section and determine who can download and print their certificates: everyone who registered, only those marked as participants, or both.

Click Add Registration Types..., check the boxes beside the registration types that should receive certificates, then click OK.

Click Save.

3 Email a link to the certificate. Hover Promotion & Communication and, under Emails, click Event Emails. If you have multiple invitation lists, select one. Click the name of your email or start a new one.

 
NOTE: Often, planners like to send the certificate after a registrant has completed the Feedback Survey. To do this, select the Event Feedback survey from the Post-Event Emails list.

Click Design Email.

On your canvas, click the widget you want the certificate to appear on. If you haven't added the widget yet, click Build to the right of the canvas, and drag and drop the widget onto the canvas.
In the text section, click the User-added image, and search for "Certificate."
 
 User-added image
 
Click the data tag you want to add.

Click Preview to view your email as an invitee would, then click Save.

 

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Whether you're awarding credits in a Classic event or simply acknowledging completion, send attendees a link to their certificate so they can prove they put in the work, or at the very least, have something they hang on the refrigerator.
 

In a Classic Event

1 Design the certificate. Begin by selecting your Classic event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Badges & Certificates. Use the Badges & Certificate designer to create and save your certificate.

2 Let registrants access their certificates. Still in the Designer tab? Click the tab to the left, Details. If you're returning later, click the name of your certificate and the Details tab will open by default.

Click Edit.

Scroll down to the Self-Printing section and determine who can download and print their certificates: everyone who registered, only those marked as participants, or both.

Click Add Registration Types..., check the boxes beside the registration types that should receive certificates, then click OK.

Click Save.

3 Link to the certificate from the Confirmation page. You can add a button or a dropdown option to the Confirmation page so registrants can download their certificates when logged in.

 
User-added image

To do so, hover Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration Settings. If you have multiple registration paths, select one.

The Basic Settings tab opens by default. Select the rightmost tab, Confirmation, then click Edit.

Click Add Action.... From the dropdown, select whether you want the link to your certificate to be a button, or nested under a dropdown.

Check the box beside Print Certificate.

 
User-added image

Click OK, then Save.

Or email a link to the certificate. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Email, click Event Emails.

If you have multiple invitation lists, select one using the dropdown at the top.

Open an email by clicking its name or start a new one.

 
NOTE: Often, planners like to send the certificate after a registrant has completed the Feedback Survey. To do this, select Registrants who completed the feedback survey from the Audience dropdown in Step 1 of the Email Creation Wizard.

In the body of the email, insert the {[E-CERTIFICATE LINK]} data tag. This becomes a "Click here to print the certificate" link that prompts the recipient to download a PDF of the certificate. You can customize the link text

Click Save. If you used the HTML Editor, be sure to save on the original page as well.
 

In a Flex Event

1 Design the certificate. Begin by selecting your Flex event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Badges & Certificates. Use the Badges & Certificate designer to create and save your certificate.

2 Let registrants access their certificates. Still in the Designer tab? Click the tab to the left, Details. If you're returning later, click the name of your certificate and the Details tab will open by default.

Click Edit.

Scroll down to the Self-Printing section and determine who can download and print their certificates: everyone who registered, only those marked as participants, or both.

Click Add Registration Types..., check the boxes beside the registration types that should receive certificates, then click OK.

Click Save.

3 Email a link to the certificate. Hover Promotion & Communication and, under Emails, click Event Emails. If you have multiple invitation lists, select one. Click the name of your email or start a new one.

 
NOTE: Often, planners like to send the certificate after a registrant has completed the Feedback Survey. To do this, select the Event Feedback survey from the Post-Event Emails list.

Click Design Email.

On your canvas, click the widget you want the certificate to appear on. If you haven't added the widget yet, click Build to the right of the canvas, and drag and drop the widget onto the canvas.
In the text section, click the User-added image, and search for "Certificate."
 
 User-added image
 
Click the data tag you want to add.

Click Preview to view your email as an invitee would, then click Save.

 

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Whether you're awarding credits in a Classic event or simply acknowledging completion, send attendees a link to their certificate so they can prove they put in the work, or at the very least, have something they hang on the refrigerator.
 

In a Classic Event

1 Design the certificate. Begin by selecting your Classic event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Badges & Certificates. Use the Badges & Certificate designer to create and save your certificate.

2 Let registrants access their certificates. Still in the Designer tab? Click the tab to the left, Details. If you're returning later, click the name of your certificate and the Details tab will open by default.

Click Edit.

Scroll down to the Self-Printing section and determine who can download and print their certificates: everyone who registered, only those marked as participants, or both.

Click Add Registration Types..., check the boxes beside the registration types that should receive certificates, then click OK.

Click Save.

3 Link to the certificate from the Confirmation page. You can add a button or a dropdown option to the Confirmation page so registrants can download their certificates when logged in.

 
User-added image

To do so, hover Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration Settings. If you have multiple registration paths, select one.

The Basic Settings tab opens by default. Select the rightmost tab, Confirmation, then click Edit.

Click Add Action.... From the dropdown, select whether you want the link to your certificate to be a button, or nested under a dropdown.

Check the box beside Print Certificate.

 
User-added image

Click OK, then Save.

Or email a link to the certificate. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Email, click Event Emails.

If you have multiple invitation lists, select one using the dropdown at the top.

Open an email by clicking its name or start a new one.

 
NOTE: Often, planners like to send the certificate after a registrant has completed the Feedback Survey. To do this, select Registrants who completed the feedback survey from the Audience dropdown in Step 1 of the Email Creation Wizard.

In the body of the email, insert the {[E-CERTIFICATE LINK]} data tag. This becomes a "Click here to print the certificate" link that prompts the recipient to download a PDF of the certificate. You can customize the link text

Click Save. If you used the HTML Editor, be sure to save on the original page as well.
 

In a Flex Event

1 Design the certificate. Begin by selecting your Flex event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Badges & Certificates. Use the Badges & Certificate designer to create and save your certificate.

2 Let registrants access their certificates. Still in the Designer tab? Click the tab to the left, Details. If you're returning later, click the name of your certificate and the Details tab will open by default.

Click Edit.

Scroll down to the Self-Printing section and determine who can download and print their certificates: everyone who registered, only those marked as participants, or both.

Click Add Registration Types..., check the boxes beside the registration types that should receive certificates, then click OK.

Click Save.

3 Email a link to the certificate. Hover Promotion & Communication and, under Emails, click Event Emails. If you have multiple invitation lists, select one. Click the name of your email or start a new one.

 
NOTE: Often, planners like to send the certificate after a registrant has completed the Feedback Survey. To do this, select the Event Feedback survey from the Post-Event Emails list.

Click Design Email.

On your canvas, click the widget you want the certificate to appear on. If you haven't added the widget yet, click Build to the right of the canvas, and drag and drop the widget onto the canvas.
In the text section, click the User-added image, and search for "Certificate."
 
 User-added image
 
Click the data tag you want to add.

Click Preview to view your email as an invitee would, then click Save.

 

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