Mobile Self-Registration Site Features

Overview

The Mobile Self-Registration experience creates a mobile optimized web page customers can access at the event. It uses a step based workflow, with each step serving a specific purpose and having step specific settings to help craft the overall workflow.

General Features and Settings

The Mobile Self-Registration uses the same header and footer as other web pages by default. It uses the brand level defaults if any exist, and the default campaign footer if that exists.

You can upload, replace, or remove the header image by selecting the respective button on the campaign header.

The fonts used for titles, body, and footer, as well as colors used for background, buttons and text, can all be changed under the appearance settings. You can enter a custom footer if you enable the "Use Campaign Footer" checkbox in the Footer section.

In the Mobile Self-Registration Settings you can change general settings of the site. 

Page Title determines the text that appears in the tab of the web browser

Self Registration Domain contains the current URL that will link to the site, and can generate links to the web registration site with specific guest types and to specific events if you want to direct link.

You can insert a Google Analytics key to capture GA information on the web reg site.

You can set the URLs for Terms of Use, Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy in their respective fields. These URLs will be used whenever the respective term is shown.

You can allow direct links to the web registration site to set the guest type of the participant by enabling "Allow Guest Type in URL".

Age Gate (Optional)

The Age Gate page is optional, and will only show if you campaign has an age gate enabled. 

You can edit the text of the Age Gate Title, and the post Date-Of-Birth text. 

The text for the age gate depends on the age gate selected on the campaign details page and will update if the age gate is changed there.

In Page Settings, "Double Age Entry" will make participants re-enter their age if you ask for DOB in the forms of the site. "Age Gate Redirect" is a URL to send users to if they fail the age gate. External Age Validation redirects users who reach the age gate to an external site specified by the URL.

Event Selection

The event selection page contains all events that a user can attend.

You can edit the Select Event title, and the body text.

In Page Settings, "Locate By" determines if the site asks for the user's location or not. If not, the site will display all events currently running. If "User Location Lookup" is enabled the device will only show events within the listed distance of the user's device.

Note that most phones only ask for permission to use the device's location once. If a user, for whatever reason, declines to allow the site to access their location, the website cannot display events by location.

Event layout determines how events are displayed.

Form

The form page asks various questions of the participant, displayed in a single column on the page. Several form pages can be added and re-arranged.

The Register title text can be edited. All other text is contained in text fields in the form editor. 

You can delete fields by clicking the X in the top right corner. Fields can be edited with the gear icon. You can resize and rearranged fields by clicking and dragging on either the blue tab or the edges of the field.

New fields can be added by clicking the button under Page Settings. Additionally, the entire form can be deleted with the "Delete Page" button, but each workflow must have at least one form.

Registered

Once a participant has completed their forms, they are registered. You can edit the title and text here. The QR code shown is the user's Event ID and can be scanned at any internet enabled iOS workflow with a scan step.

The default text for the facebook and twitter share messages is located in the Page Settings.

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