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“Bill me later” (or send an invoice), and other forms of offline payments for event registration At Grenadine Event Manager, we have many customers who regularly ask for an option to have attendees and prospective attendees to their events pay through offline means. This is because customers (attendees) are sometimes corporations or organizations that don’t...
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If you want to sell tickets to your event attendees with Grenadine Reg, you can use one of several payment providers that are supported by Grenadine. Some payment providers are supported out of the box, with an automated setup, while others require some setup from both you and Grenadine support staff. Here are the providers:...
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When you open a registration for your event, it’s nice to be able to collect not only basic information such as a name and an address but also extra information that’s more specific to your event. For this, Grenadine offers event registration forms. A registration form is a set of questions that can be asked during ...
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Some customers use Grenadine Event Planner in an enterprise environment and need specific features to enable a more widescale usage within their company. Some customers also require a personalized URL to use our event planning system, so that their staff understands that Grenadine is an event planning solution approved by their company. There are two...
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Using Grenadine messages merge fields Merge fields allow you to send a message to many people with the same layouts but personalized for each recipient. Note: Unlike regular mailing systems, in Grenadine message makes each recipient of the message the sole recipient. Where? To access merge fields, go to Home, “Your event”, Messages, Emails. Click on...
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Congratulations on setting up your Grenadine Event Planner account! With your new account, you’ll be able to start planning events right away. Depending on the options you’ve chosen during signup, you’ll also be able to start selling event tickets and take registrations, publish an event website, and publish an event mobile app! Here are a...
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Add a Google Analytics tracking code to your event website and event mobile app As an event organizer, sometimes you want to keep tabs on how many visitors are coming to your event website. You also may want to know where visitors are coming from (if they clicked on a link in your event Facebook...
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In this video, I’ll show you how you can specify at which venue (or at which venues) your event will take place. I’ll also show you how you can list one or more rooms/locations at each venue, as well as how you can set capacities and default setups for each room.
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In this video, I’ll show you how you can require registration (free or paid, and with or without waitlists) for specific program items on your event’s calendar. This can be used when you have a limited capacity for certain items, or when you want to charge for add-on activities such as workshops, rounds of golf,...
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This short video will show you how to set up a ticket to sell (or to offer for free) for your event. This will enable you to start taking in registrations for your event.
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