Oma sivu

Jos olet ensimmäistä kertaa liikenteessä, niin ihan ensimmäisenä haluat toki täydentää järjestäjän tiedot ja kytkeä mahdollisesti maksuväylän myös!

Jatka tästä profiiliasetuksiin.

Jos ja kun olen tapahtumajärjestäjä henkeen ja vereen, on aika luoda uusi tapahtuma! Tapahtuman luominen on ihan parin askeleen juttu, mutta ethän unohda tehdä tapahtumalle myös liput, olivat ne sitten ilmaisia tai maksullisia.

Kaikki pitää opetella ainakin kerran, mutta joskus on syytä vähän kerrata myös. Täältä löydät jäsenneltynä ohjeita mitkä auttavat sinua INGON käyttämisen kanssa.

Ehkä vilkaisun arvoista asiaa.

Etkö voi käyttää tiliäsi? Kirjoita käyttäjätunnus tai sähköpostiosoite. Sinulle lähetetään sähköpostilla linkki, jota painamalla pääset asettamaan uuden salasanan.

Pikaohjeet

Tapahtumajärjestäjän asetukset

Täältä löydät tiedot ja asetukset joilla säädät omat tapahtumajärjestäjän oikeudet ajan tasalle. Klikkaa alla olevaa nappia ja siirry asetuksiin seuraten alla olevia ohjeita:

  • Yhdistä profiilisi Stripe-tilin kanssa (jos sinulla ei ole vielään Stripe-tiliä, luo sellainen tästä linkistä). Liittämällä tapahtumanjärjestäjän profiilisi Stripe -tiliisi saat jatkossa rahat tilillesi lipunmyynnistä ja tuotteista automaattisesti.
  • Täytä tapahtumajärjestäjän perustiedot, kuten nimi, myyjän tiedot ja kuvaukset.
  • Tallenna profiilin asetukset.

 

Tapahtumajärjestäjän asetuksiin

Stripe tili

Luo itsellesi Stripe -tili vain jos aikomuksesi on luoda maksullisia tapahtumia.

Stripe hoitaa Ingon maksuliikenteen ja mahdollistaa asiakkaidesi lipun ostamisen tapahtumiisi, sekä voit seurata myyntiä ja rahaliikennettä sen avulla.

Luo Stripe tili täällä ja aktivoi se seuraamalla Stripen ohjeita.

Hallintapaneeli

Hallintapaneelissa muokkaat kokonaisvaltaisesti omia tietojasi, sekä luot tapahtumia ja tuotteita. Hallintapaneelin osa-alueiden tarkemmat ohjeet tulossa pian!

Siirry hallintapaneeliin tästä

Ilmaiset tapahtumat (englanniksi)

Event information

This page allows vendors to add new events.

  1. Add event name in the “Add title” field.
  2. Add a description of the event in the following area.
  3. Set the event information
    1. Time & Date
      • The Start/End – this is simply when the event starts and finishes. Clicking into either date field will pop up a date picker, where you may select your desired dates from a calendar. Event start and end times may be selected from a drop-down menu, or you may enter your dates and times manually if you prefer. If you already checked the All Day Event box you will not be able to specify a time for your event
      • The All Day Event checkbox is useful when the event is taking place on a particular date (or dates) – but you don’t really know when, or else feel that it is good enough to say it takes place “all day” without being more specific
    2. Event series (Multiple events can be scheduled)
      • Click the “Schedule multiple events” button to display the first set of options for your event series. You’ll see a row of buttons denoting the available recurrence types for your event series.
      • Once you’ve picked the option that works best for your event, more fields will appear where you can define the recurrence pattern
      • Recurring events that are more than 12 months in the past will be automatically removed
      • You can add “Exclusion” rules to your recurring events with the same logic
    3. Location
      • Optional. If you prefer not to specify a venue, simply move on to the next section.
      • If this is your first time using The Events Calendar, you’ll see this list of fields for creating your first event venue. If you’ve created a venue for a previous event, you’ll have the option of selecting an existing venue from a drop-down menu (you may also type into the search box to narrow your options). Entering a new venue name and selecting the “Create” option from the menu options will display the new venue form fields below, allowing you to create a new venue for your event.
      • If your event is happening a little off the beaten path and there isn’t a mappable address, you can use latitude and longitude instead.
    4. Organizer
      • Optional. If you prefer not to specify an organizer, simply move on to the next section.
      • Optional. If you prefer not to specify a venue, simply move on to the next section.
      • You can add multiple event organizers.
    5. Event website
    6. Age restriction
    7. Event tags and categories
      • Tags. If you have multiple events, then you can use a common tag to make customers find your events
      • Categories. You can choose a category for your event from the predefined list of categories.
    8. Add a featured image to the event by uploading a photo.

Add new event

Free tickets

You can skip this step if don’t want to collect attendee information or make users go through the checkout process.

  1. Create tickets for the event
    • Setting up a basic ticket
      • “Type” lets you set a unique name for the ticket type – which might be something like Standard, Adult, Concession, etc.
      • “Price” leave this field blank or set it to 0.
      • “Capacity” is the number of tickets that are available: if you leave this blank it is assumed that there is no limit and customers can buy as many as they would like. If you have a limited number of spots for your event, you’ll want to make sure to set this accordingly.
      • Advanced
        • “Ticket description” is optional, but it’s a good space to add any information customers might be interested in, such as bring waterproof jackets or not recommended for children. You can choose to show or not in the front end ticket form.
        • “Start sale” dictates when the tickets are available for sale. If you’re making tickets on a post or page, this field is required. If you are making tickets for an event, you don’t need to set this field – by default sales will start when you publish the event or ticket.
        • End sale” does the reverse – you can set this to a date after which the tickets should no longer be available for customers to buy. As with the start sale field, setting this is optional for events and the default is to stop sales when the event itself starts.
        • “SKU” lets you set a unique code to help identify the tickets. This is another optional field and is of most use to merchants with an existing stock-keeping unit system.
    • Shared capacity
      • The shared capacity feature allows you to sell multiple tickets that all come out of one pool of stock. For example, say you have a venue that has 100 seats, and you are selling three different price tickets for children, adults, and seniors. If you listed the capacity of each ticket at 100, you might accidentally sell over 100 total tickets, and run out of seats. Instead, you can set a Shared Capacity of 100 for the event. Your attendees can choose to buy any of the three ticket types, but only up to 100 individual ticket sales.
      • If you want your ticket to share the capacity for your event but also impose a sales limit on it (for example, if you want to only allow up to 50 children at your event out of your shared capacity of 100 attendees) you can Sell up to a certain number of tickets.
      • Once you’ve configured your ticket, hit the “Save Ticket” button and you’re all set. As your tickets start to sell, the stock for all tickets in global stock will decrease accordingly.

Add new event

Attendee Collection

It’s possible to collect information for each ticket when multiple tickets are purchased together. Without this enabled, the tickets only collect information about the individual purchasing the tickets.

Attendee Collection

  • Allow Individual Attendee Collection: IAC is enabled, but option for the person purchasing tickets.
  • Require Individual Attendee Collection: IAC is enabled and the person purchasing tickets is required to provide information for each ticket before proceeding.
  • No Individual Attendee Collection: IAC is disabled.
  • To view “Attendee information” mouse over the name of the event in the events list and select “Attendees”.

Attendee Information

Attendee Information

  • This module allows you to define the fields you want your attendees to fill out when they RSVP or buy tickets. These groups of fields are called fieldsets. Click the + next to each field type to add it to your fieldset. You can add multiple fields of any type, define titles and options, and change the order of the things within the fieldset. Additionally, you can choose if fields are required or optional.
  • You can define different Attendee Information for different tickets, or save fieldset for use on other tickets, or choose to only collect information for some of your event’s tickets.
  • Once you have your Attendee Information fields defined, click Save this ticket. The fields will then be saved, and your attendees will be asked to fill them out for each ticket they purchase.
  • To view “Attendee information” mouse over the name of the event in the events list and select “Attendees”.

RSVP tickets

RSVP tickets

  1. Sometimes you may not want to sell tickets and charge a price for an event but would still like to have a list of people who will be attending. Instead of buying a ticket, entering a credit card, or going through any other part of the checkout process, with the RSVP “ticket” option users just:
    • Select a quantity for how many spots to RSVP.
    • Enter their name and email address to confirm that they will be attending the event.
    • Immediately receive a simple ticket confirming their reservation at the email address they entered.
  2. RSVP tickets setting are the same as Basic ticket settings.

Maksulliset tapahtumat (englanniksi)

Event information

This page allows vendors to add new events.

  1. Add event name in the “Add title” field.
  2. Add a description of the event in the following area.
  3. Set the event information
    1. Time & Date
      • The Start/End – this is simply when the event starts and finishes. Clicking into either date field will pop up a date picker, where you may select your desired dates from a calendar. Event start and end times may be selected from a drop-down menu, or you may enter your dates and times manually if you prefer. If you already checked the All Day Event box you will not be able to specify a time for your event
      • The All Day Event checkbox is useful when the event is taking place on a particular date (or dates) – but you don’t really know when, or else feel that it is good enough to say it takes place “all day” without being more specific
    2. Event series (Multiple events can be scheduled)
      • Click the “Schedule multiple events” button to display the first set of options for your event series. You’ll see a row of buttons denoting the available recurrence types for your event series.
      • Once you’ve picked the option that works best for your event, more fields will appear where you can define the recurrence pattern
      • Recurring events that are more than 12 months in the past will be automatically removed
      • You can add “Exclusion” rules to your recurring events with the same logic
    3. Location
      • Optional. If you prefer not to specify a venue, simply move on to the next section.
      • If this is your first time using The Events Calendar, you’ll see this list of fields for creating your first event venue. If you’ve created a venue for a previous event, you’ll have the option of selecting an existing venue from a drop-down menu (you may also type into the search box to narrow your options). Entering a new venue name and selecting the “Create” option from the menu options will display the new venue form fields below, allowing you to create a new venue for your event.
      • If your event is happening a little off the beaten path and there isn’t a mappable address, you can use latitude and longitude instead.
    4. Organizer
      • Optional. If you prefer not to specify an organizer, simply move on to the next section.
      • Optional. If you prefer not to specify a venue, simply move on to the next section.
      • You can add multiple event organizers.
    5. Event website
    6. Age restriction
    7. Event tags and categories
      • Tags. If you have multiple events, then you can use a common tag to make customers find your events
      • Categories. You can choose a category for your event from the predefined list of categories.
    8. Add a featured image to the event by uploading a photo.

Add new event

Normal tickets

You can create tickets with a price tag.

  1. Create tickets for the event
    • Setting up a basic ticket
      • “Type” lets you set a unique name for the ticket type – which might be something like Standard, Adult, Concession, etc.
      • “Price” controls the price of each ticket. If the tickets are not going be sold – but rather you are going to give them away for free – you can leave this field blank or set it to 0.
      • “Capacity” is the number of tickets that are available: if you leave this blank it is assumed that there is no limit and customers can buy as many as they would like. If you have a limited number of spots for your event, you’ll want to make sure to set this accordingly.
      • Advanced
        • “Ticket description” is optional, but it’s a good space to add any information customers might be interested in, such as bring waterproof jackets or not recommended for children. You can choose to show or not in the front end ticket form.
        • “Start sale” dictates when the tickets are available for sale. If you’re making tickets on a post or page, this field is required. If you are making tickets for an event, you don’t need to set this field – by default sales will start when you publish the event or ticket.
        • End sale” does the reverse – you can set this to a date after which the tickets should no longer be available for customers to buy. As with the start sale field, setting this is optional for events and the default is to stop sales when the event itself starts.
        • “SKU” lets you set a unique code to help identify the tickets. This is another optional field and is of most use to merchants with an existing stock-keeping unit system.
    • Shared capacity
      • The shared capacity feature allows you to sell multiple tickets that all come out of one pool of stock. For example, say you have a venue that has 100 seats, and you are selling three different price tickets for children, adults, and seniors. If you listed the capacity of each ticket at 100, you might accidentally sell over 100 total tickets, and run out of seats. Instead, you can set a Shared Capacity of 100 for the event. Your attendees can choose to buy any of the three ticket types, but only up to 100 individual ticket sales.
      • If you want your ticket to share the capacity for your event but also impose a sales limit on it (for example, if you want to only allow up to 50 children at your event out of your shared capacity of 100 attendees) you can Sell up to a certain number of tickets.
      • Once you’ve configured your ticket, hit the “Save Ticket” button and you’re all set. As your tickets start to sell, the stock for all tickets in global stock will decrease accordingly.

Add new event

Attendee Collection

It’s possible to collect information for each ticket when multiple tickets are purchased together. Without this enabled, the tickets only collect information about the individual purchasing the tickets.

Attendee Collection

  • Allow Individual Attendee Collection: IAC is enabled, but option for the person purchasing tickets.
  • Require Individual Attendee Collection: IAC is enabled and the person purchasing tickets is required to provide information for each ticket before proceeding.
  • No Individual Attendee Collection: IAC is disabled.
  • To view “Attendee information” mouse over the name of the event in the events list and select “Attendees”.

Attendee Information

Attendee Information

  • This module allows you to define the fields you want your attendees to fill out when they RSVP or buy tickets. These groups of fields are called fieldsets. Click the + next to each field type to add it to your fieldset. You can add multiple fields of any type, define titles and options, and change the order of the things within the fieldset. Additionally, you can choose if fields are required or optional.
  • You can define different Attendee Information for different tickets, or save fieldset for use on other tickets, or choose to only collect information for some of your event’s tickets.
  • Once you have your Attendee Information fields defined, click Save this ticket. The fields will then be saved, and your attendees will be asked to fill them out for each ticket they purchase.
  • To view “Attendee information” mouse over the name of the event in the events list and select “Attendees”.

RSVP tickets

RSVP tickets

  1. Sometimes you may not want to sell tickets and charge a price for an event but would still like to have a list of people who will be attending. Instead of buying a ticket, entering a credit card, or going through any other part of the checkout process, with the RSVP “ticket” option users just:
    • Select a quantity for how many spots to RSVP.
    • Enter their name and email address to confirm that they will be attending the event.
    • Immediately receive a simple ticket confirming their reservation at the email address they entered.
  2. RSVP tickets setting are the same as Basic ticket settings.