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Overview of Registration Forms
Overview of Registration Forms

Understanding the different ways your guests can register for events

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Diobox provides 3 ways to capture guest registration and RSVPs. These are different methods that can be used depending on your event requirements, or they can be used together if needed:

Ticketing Registration Form

The Ticketing module supports both free registrations as well as paid tickets.

Here is an example of free registration process with Diobox Ticketing:

Learn How to Build Ticketing Registration Forms

Private RSVP Form

Create blank RSVP forms that anyone can use to register for your event. These RSVP forms are hosted privately with their own URL and can also be used as a separate questionnaire to collect different answers from different groups of guests.

Here is an example of a Private RSVP Form:

Private Email Invitation

Diobox has a special email invitation feature that incorporates a built-in RSVP Form for the invitation process.

This type of email allows you to collect RSVPs for a private (by-invite-only) event. The process generates a unique RSVP link for each recipient when the emails are sent. Then, when the recipient click through from the email, they are asked to accept or decline the invitation, making the RSVP non-transferrable. As a result, only the recipient can register for the event and it prevents them from sharing the link with anyone else.

Here is an example of the Private Email Invitation process:

Comparing Different Registration Methods

In all cases, when a guest registers for your event, they receive a confirmation email (which you can customize) that includes a calendar invite as well a QR Code that you can scan to check them in on event day.

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