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Use JotForm for Event Registration Management


A well-run event needs an efficient way to track attendees and collect ticket payments online. As an event planner, event manager, or event marketer - you’re going to want a convenient and intuitive system to keep all your ducks in a row, and make event registration a breeze. Here’s why you should use JotForm for event registration management.


  1. 1. JotForm has the lowest fees in the industry.

JotForm does not charge per-ticket fees. Zip, zero, nada! The only expense is the standard credit card processing fee. This helps you keep your ticket prices down and, in turn, sell more tickets, which means more money for you! JotForm integrates with all the top payment processors including Square, Stripe, and PayPal, so you have options. You can even set up recurring payments with JotForm, which can come in handy if you’re running an event or workshop series.


2. Tracking RSVPs is easy.

With JotForm, RSVPs are automatically stored in your JotForm inbox and you’ll receive email notifications when someone responds. Integrate with the spreadsheet of your choice, which can include Excel and Google Spreadsheets. When a new customer buys a ticket, their information can be automatically inputted into your spreadsheet in real time, so you can have everything you need in a handy sheet. At your event, a host can easily check-in guests with your online or printed out list of attendees.


3. JotForm offers advanced design functionality.

Event planners know the importance of an attention-grabbing event form. You want to entice people to attend, after all! With JotForm’s form designer, you can customize fonts and colors,

upload your company logo, and make a professionally designed form in just minutes. Your event registration form will look sleek and professional, and you can even customize your URL.



I hope you enjoy creating your custom event registration form with JotForm! Have questions? Ask them below!


7 Comments...

  • pacyber

    Hi,
    I was interested in learning more about this: " At your event, a host can easily check-in guests with your online or printed out list of attendees."
    I have to sign students in at each field trip-how can i use my jotform for this? (all i need is a check mark to indicate they are in attendance vs. a signature)
    Is there somewhere on your site or a tutorial of this?

  • cheryl6922

    I use JotForm for event Registration, however I would like a feature that does a "calendar reminder" - for all calendars (google, ical etc....) That would be VERY Helpful!!!

  • MichelCorkerbec

    I need to create a form that will allow:
    1. Users to submit a photo and waiver as part of their application
    2. Me to integrate this information in to their Infusionsoft File Box.

    Pls help!

  • dorsetholidaylets

    I use Jotform for a charity bike ride and it works very. Even better with integration to mailchimp so you can send out emails to previous entrants as well as sending out emails leading up to the event.
    The one thing missing is integration with a database that would allow a previous entrant to enter their email and for their details to be extracted from the database so they do not have to renter it all over again.
    If only jotform was able to take data from mailchimp automatically to fill a form when an email is entered into the form. I can send a email to previous entrant with a hyperlink taking data to fill the form using merge tags but there is no way as far as I can tell for this to happen automatically from an entry form.

  • Jsydneym

    @Cheryl6922 what email client do you use? Ive created save the dates in my email...you can also do a save the date on the registration thank you page.

  • Jsydneym

    @pacyber I believe they are referring to the excel spreadsheet of registrations that you can export from the backend of jotform. If you export the excel spreadsheet you can add a column to the left for a check mark when signing the students in onsite.

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