Registration Forms allow you to collect essential information about attendees that can give your Representatives a quick overview before chatting with them.
When you create a new event, one or more Registration Forms are automatically created with default fields, based on the event type you selected. If you copied an existing event, the registration form(s) from the previous event are carried over to the new one.
Brazen Administrators can edit the forms in the Brazen Control Center after creating the event.
In This Article
- Types of Forms
- Add, Edit, or Delete Fields
- Change Field Order
- Field Rules
- Preview Form
- Registration Confirmation Page
- Additional Resources
Types of Forms
Open House, Expo, and Peer Networking events only contain the Candidates Form.
Mixed Networking events have two registration forms: the Participants Form and one for Representatives.
Representatives assigned to Open House and Expo events complete a Representative Profile that cannot be customized.
Add, Edit, or Delete Fields
From your Event Home, click Registration, then click the desired form.
Make changes to your form by clicking Add Field, the Edit icon, or the Delete icon. For each field, you can choose a field type, change its label, make it required, add instructional text, or set a default value. Be sure to save your changes.
When adding a File Upload field to your registration form, you must complete the Supported Formats field. This restricts the file formats that registrants can upload. Please consult your IT department about your organization's best practices for accepted file types.
Common accepted file types include:
To increase the chances participants complete the form, try to limit the number of fields to no more than 8 to 10.
Change Field Order
To change the order of the fields on your form, click and hold the Dragger icon to drag and drop it into a different position on the form. The new field order automatically saves.
Field Rules allows you to show or hide a field based on the participant's answer to a particular question.
Rule actions must be unique. If you create multiple rules using the same When question and Then statement, only the last rule created triggers the action in the form.
For example, only one rule can contain the question When State or Province is with a Then show.
- State — If a participant selects Other, you may want a text field to appear so that they can manually input their state.
- Are you willing to relocate? — If a participant selects Yes, you may want a text field or select list to appear to input locations they are willing to relocate to.
- Years of Experience — You may want to show additional questions or fields depending on how much/little experience they have (i.e., if they have less experience/are still a student, you may want to ask their GPA or anticipated graduation date).
Select Preview to see how the form will look for people registering for your event.
Registration Confirmation Page
Once a participant has completed the registration form, a confirmation screen appears with a short Thank you for registering! message along with an Add to Calendar button.
Select Confirmation Screen under Registration to make any changes to this message.
Read about creating registration forms.