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Edit the Registration Form

Learn how to add Custom Form Fields to your Registration page.

Elias Blackwood avatar
Written by Elias Blackwood
Updated over a week ago

Each Event has its own dedicated Registration page with a Registration form. You can edit the number of available Sessions, registration seats and customize the registration form fields as needed for your Event.

Additionally, if you want to customize the page itself, you can do so through the Registration Editor.

To begin, hop into the Customize area for your Event. From there, you'll find the Registration card where you'll be able to tweak anything related to your registration process.

Registration Form Settings

From the Registration Settings tab, you can limit the number of upcoming Sessions showing in your Registration form, as well as set a limit to the total number of Registrants per Session.

Registration Form Fields

By default, there are two fields that Registrants must fill out: First Name and Email. You can also add additional fields that any potential Registrants can fill out (which we'll cover how to do now).

To get going with adding Custom Form Fields, you'll want to navigate to the Edit Form Fields tab. This is where you'll be able to view and manage your form fields.

You'll find that the two default fields have already been created for you - First Name and Email.

By toggling the Enhanced Validation option, you can enable/disable Email Verification for the Registrant's email address.
This would automatically validate email addresses via Emailable API and deny undeliverable ones from registering.

You can add additional form fields by clicking Add Another Field.

This will bring up a modal where you can select the type of field you want to add.

We've created the following predefined fields for your form with just one click:

  • Last Name

  • Phone Number (validates and auto-formats entries)

  • Website (validates for a URL)

  • Company

  • GDPR (optional checkbox with customizable text). If you have GDPR compliance enabled on your account, the GDPR checkbox will be added automatically by default.

Once you select your field, you can decide whether you want to make it optional or required.

If you are creating a Custom Form Field, you can select the type of field you would like to use. You are able to select from the following options:

  • Text Field (with the option to validate for a URL/number)

  • Text Area

  • Dropdown (up to 250 options)

  • Checkbox

Once selected, fill in the details. Keep in mind that there is a character limit of 50 for the field name.

You also can check the Make required field box and require potential Registrants to complete that field before they can register.

The ability to create Custom Form Fields is available on the Growth plan or higher. Starter plan Users are able to use the predefined fields.

Managing Form Fields

You can edit fields, change the order of your form, or remove any custom fields if you change your mind.

If you are looking to change the order of the fields, select the icon to the left of the field and rearrange as needed.

To edit a field, click on the dropdown to the right of the registration section and click on Edit Field.

To remove a field, click on the dropdown on the right and select Delete Field.

Once you remove a field, you will not be able to bring it back. However, all data that was previously recorded will be saved. You will not be able to remove "First Name" and "Email" as these are default fields in Demio.

If you have GDPR Account Settings enabled, you'll see the GDPR checkbox field on your Registration form. To delete the GDPR form field, you'll need to disable the GDPR Account Setting from your account settings first.

Reviewing form and data

Once you are all set, you can review the form by using the registration link under the Share tab.

You will be able to enter the information in the fields.

Once registered, the information will show under the Activity tab in the People section.

When you have the form ready, you can use the Demio registration page editor or embed the form on your own page and start sharing it with the world!

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