Looking to easily add event registration to your church website?
Look no further! ChurchSpring is excited to announce the first phase of our event registration feature. [truncate]With event registration, your visitors will now be able to register for your events and you will be notified of each registration by email. You no longer have to wonder who is attending, or how much to prepare. Now you can track how your event is trending in real-time.
So, how does it work?
When you setup registration on an event, a registration button and form will automatically be added to the page. When a visitor clicks to register, a registration form will popup and the details of that form will be sent to the email recipient(s) of your choice. No need to connect to any 3rd party service, or install any plugins. Everything is built into the ChurchSpring platform and ready for action.
Take it for a spin!
You can easily add event registration to any new or existing event on your church website in just 3 simple steps!
1. Click the “add event” button or edit an existing event and toggle on “Event Registration.
When you add or edit an event, you will see a toggle button to turn on event registration.
2. Optional: Configure the email notification for new registrations
By default, the email recipient of notifications for all new registrations is the “account owner” (found in the Settings > Admins tab). You can edit the recipient or even have multiple recipients by entering emails separated by commas: ex. email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
The subject of the new registration notification email is based upon the event title. You can also customize that subject as seen in the form below.
3. Save the event and you’re done!
Your event will now display a registration button and form which will allow your visitors to register for the event.
There’s more to come!
As with any of our features, we are always working hard to make them better. There are some big plans for event registration in the future, so stay tuned! If you have something specific you would like to see, submit your ideas in the comments below.