Registration Forms
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Diobox provides simple and ready-to-use registration forms that allow anyone to register for your event.

The guest experience during the registration process

The registration form can be filled out using a direct link, through the Diobox Event Web Page, which you can publish, or by embedding it on your own website. Below, you will find an example of a Diobox Registration Form.

Upon submission of the form, guests will receive a confirmation email that includes a summary of their responses, along with additional details such as an optional QR code. This ensures they have all the necessary information for the event readily accessible.

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This document provides detailed instructions on how to:

Create a New Registration Form

To create a new registration form, navigate to the Forms tab and click the '+' icon at the upper-right corner of the page.

Choose Registration from the list.

Set Form Availability & Attributes

Manage your form’s attributes as follows:

  • Name and Description: Specify the form’s name and description, which will be displayed on the Guest Portal, form listing pages, and the confirmation page.

  • Visibility: By default, all forms are public. They appear on the Guest Portal and in the form listing page. To make a form private, adjust the visibility field accordingly so it's accessible only through a direct link.

  • Closing Time: Specify when the form closes. By default, the form will close at the start of your event. Leave this field blank if you wish the form to remain open indefinitely.

  • Quantity: Set the maximum number of submissions allowed for this specific form. This field can also be left blank to accept an unlimited number of submissions.

  • Max per Submission: Limit the number of submissions per guest. This can be set to any number from 1 to 10.

Customizing Your Form

With the Diobox Form Builder, customize your form to enhance both aesthetics and functionality. Add custom questions and content to enrich the user experience during the registration process.

For further details, refer to the article: Customizing Your Form.

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