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NEW: Fee-Based Tickets

Aug 10, 2018    By: Mike Schumann



We’ve had tickets in Event Wizard® for some time now, which utilize barcode scanning for quick and accurate check-ins. This is great for something like a general entry ticket to a conference, but what if the conference has multiple seminars or other components? This is where fee-based tickets come into play.

A fee-based ticket is exactly that: a unique ticket, (or multiple tickets for fee quantities) for each fee on your form. They are great for things like multi-seminar conferences, pre-ordering merchandise, or event tours. Since each ticket is fee-dependent, we will need to enable it for any fee that requires tickets. For this example we will be adding a new fee, for which we will enable tickets.

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In the Properties section of the Add a Fee page you’ll notice a few checkboxes, one of which reads “Enable tickets for this fee?” – check this box.

NOTE: You can also enable tickets for any existing fee by editing the fee and ensuring that same box is checked, but try to avoid doing so once an event has already started taking registrations. If you do not enable fee tickets before the registrations start coming in, you will need to update each existing registration in order to generate tickets for those registrants’ fees.

Once saved, we can test it out by completing a registration and viewing the Thank You/confirmation page.

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Under the event header, you’ll notice a red “View and Print Your Ticket” button – clicking this button will bring up the tickets page.

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Here is where you can view your tickets or print them out for later use. Assuming you have general tickets enabled for your event, you’ll see this ticket at the top with the title “General Admission”. Underneath, you’ll see all the tickets for fees which you have tickets enabled, including multiple unique tickets for multiple quantities. These work the same way as the general tickets, in that they can be scanned and recorded by our Attendee Scanner app.

That’s it! Just be mindful of a couple key things mentioned above and you shouldn’t have any issues with fee-based tickets. However, if you do run into any roadblocks, you can always contact tech support through your account and we will get you sorted as soon as possible.

Posted on August 10, 2018 by Mike Schumann
Category : Announcements & Event Wizard®
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New Merge Tag: ‘Ticket Link’

Apr 8, 2016    By: Mike Schumann



Merge tags are a vital tool when composing your confirmation emails, since they allow you to personalize each registrant’s emails by automatically inserting things like their name and registration info. Our latest system merge tag generates a personalized link to each registrants’ ticket, for when it comes time to check them in at your event using our free mobile Attendee Scanner app.

Adding a Ticket Link to your confirmation email is easy. Start by going to your event task list and clicking the Edit Payment Confirmation email link.

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Next, click the Insert System Merge Tag dropdown in the editor’s toolbar and scroll down – you’ll notice an option to insert the Ticket Link. Once selected, the Ticket Link merge tag will be inserted next to your cursor in the editor.

NOTE: It’s important to keep in mind that the ticket will only successfully scan once the registrant has paid for their registration, so it makes the most sense to place this tag in the Payment Confirmation Email, rather than the Registration Confirmation Email.

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Much like an <a> tag in HTML, the Ticket Link merge tag consists of an opening tag, link text/contents, and a closing tag. Please ensure the opening and closing tags aren’t altered, since they tell the system where to insert the custom link when the email is eventually sent out. The only part we need to be concerned with is the link text between the two tags – change it to something more relevant, similar to the screenshot above, then click Save.

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It’s important to test your confirmation email to ensure the link is appearing and functioning properly. Once you receive your test email, assuming everything went as planned, you’ll notice that the Ticket Link merge tag has been transformed into a proper link, which gives access to a personalized ticket for the registrant to whom it was sent.

That’s it! Nice and easy. If you have any questions about the new Ticket Link merge tag or any other merge tags, give us a shout. Also, be sure to download our mobile Attendee Scanner app so you’re prepared for when it comes time to check in attendees at your event – it’s free!

Posted on April 8, 2016 by Mike Schumann
Category : Event Wizard® & Event Wizard® Tips
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NEW! Sub-account Feature

Aug 13, 2015    By: Mike Schumann



Part of Event Wizard®’s appeal is that it is extremely flexible and customizable. Because of this, we attract clients of all shapes and sizes, from the smaller individuals with a single event, to large event planning companies running events throughout the year. Sometimes our larger clients employ multiple people to build and run their events, so it can get a bit cumbersome if everyone has to share a single Event Wizard® account, (along with a single email and password).

Enter the new sub-account feature!

How does it work?

How do sub-accounts work?There are main accounts and sub-accounts, (also called “users” or “account users”).

What is a main account?

When you add a user to your account, you become the main account for that user, (and any other subsequent users you add to your account). Main accounts can see and edit their own events as well as the events created by any of their user/sub-accounts.

What is a user/sub-account?

When you add a user, (or users) to your account, that user becomes a sub-account of your account. Sub-accounts can see and edit their own events plus the main account’s events.

Sub-accounts cannot see each other’s events. Any event that needs to be accessible to everyone in your organization must be created by the main account.

How do I create a sub-account?

Start by logging into Event Wizard® and clicking the My Account icon in your main menu. On this page you’ll see a series of tabs that allow you to check or modify things like your Personal Information, Account Preferences, and Account Usage – click the Users tab and then the +Add New User link.

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On the next page, you’ll need to enter the first name, last name, and email address of the user you wish to add or create, then click the Add User button. From here, one of two things will happen:

  1. If the email address entered is already being used by an account in Event Wizard®, the user will receive an email asking them to confirm your request to join to your account.
  2. If the email entered doesn’t already exist in Event Wizard®, a new account is created and an email is sent asking them to activate before it can be used.


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Once the above action is taken, the requested account will become a sub-user of the original account, and will show up under the Users tab on the My Account page.

It’s important to note that the account balance ($) in the parent account does not get shared with its sub-users, (and vice-versa). For example, if a sub-user creates an event, they must have a positive balance in their own account in order to run it, since they are the owner of the event. The only exception is for annual license holders; if a main account holds an annual license, the user accounts do as well.

That’s it! If you have any questions about this new feature or anything else in Event Wizard®, feel free to contact us.

Posted on August 13, 2015 by Mike Schumann
Category : Event Wizard® & Event Wizard® Tips
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