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Registration settings

Maxi Updated by Maxi

When you configure your web page or registration page, you must first configure the registry settings.

optional settings

  • Close registration
    • determines the time until which guests can register for your event
  • Maximum number of applications/commitments
    • maximum number of guests who should attend the event

You can also activate additional settings for registration. This is only relevant for you if you have not invited to your event exclusively by e-mail.

further settings

With the optional further settings you can specify the link suffix. This enables you to provide a link to an empty form, which new guests can use to register. MATE suggests the event title as a default, but you can of course change the link as you wish.

As a further option, you can set whether the website should be an open registration page or whether the registration should be closed using a code. An open registration page is only recommended if you want to have an open feedback. This means that a registration is available to every potential guest who knows the link to your page and can therefore open your website. 

Alternatively, you can also select an institution using a code, which means that only by entering a code can you access the registration page. In this case, you can choose from the option of a personalized code, which means that guests can access the registration page by entering a personalized code, or you can use a general code for your website to allow your guests to re-register for your event with a generally valid access code. For the general code, please refer to the further instructions on the module page. 

NOTE: The registration deadline has already passed, but you still want to give your guests the opportunity to register? No problem! You can move the date into the future at any time.

setting the default page

It is possible to create different web pages (registration pages) for an event. However, only one of these templates can be selected as the standard page to which the guest is automatically forwarded (for example, by a confirmation).

If you have created an alternative registration page, this can be activated as the default page via the following checkbox (Website Generator --> Registration Settings menu) and also deactivated again if necessary.

In the next step you define the registration form. You can find further information here. 

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Templates for your webpage

The registration form