The widget configuration can be accessed from Admin > Widget Configuration, once your event has been created in Engage and the option to Create a Widget is ticked:
Click the Event type to see your existing event widgets with the option to edit any of these and open the configuration:
Select Form Options from the configuration options on the left-hand side.
This section will allow you to add or remove certain fields, depending on the information you would like to capture during your event purchase/registration.
Every event widget must have the First Name and Last Name fields, the rest is up to you.
Contact information fields:
|This will display a drop-down with all title attributes.|
|This will display a text box and will be added to the contact as Home Phone.|
|This will display a text box and will be added to the contact as Mobile Phone.|
|This will display a text box and will be added to the contact as Email. If sending an acknowledgement this will be required.|
|This will display a calendar selection and will be added to the Birth Date field on the contact.|
|This will display a text box and the option to book on behalf of the organisation. This will be added to the Organisation field and if ticked the Organisation will be used as the contact Account Name.|
For Address fields, there are initially two options available:
This will display all address fields with the option to search for an address using Google or NZ Post, depending on your settings.
This should not be used as well as the drop-down options below.
|This will display a drop-down of all attributes under a type called Suburbs.|
|This will display a drop-down of all attributes under a type called Cities.|
|This will display a drop-down of all attributes under a type called Regions.|
This will display a drop-down of all Countries.
|This will display a text area for the contact to write a comment and this detail will be recorded as a note on the contact.|
This will display the widget as multiple stages; ticket options (not for RSVP event), Attendee information, and Payment method, navigated with Next and Back buttons:
This is a great functionality to simplify the look of your event form.
This works when the Show Address option is selected. This will only display the search bar with a tick box to add address manually:
This is a great functionality to reduce the fields on your event widget and make the form simpler to use.
This will display the GoDaddy verified site seal beneath the submit button:
Set Mandatory Fields:
There is the option to make the Address (Adress 1 and Postcode), Email, Mobile, or Attendee Email mandatory fields.
This will be indicated by a red asterisk after the field label.
The next set of form options are specific to the event widget:
When this setting is turned on and more than one ticket is purchased, of the same or different type, a new section will show for other attendees. This will require a first name and last name for each ticket being purchased and a contact will be created for each of these.
With this setting turned off, one contact can purchase multiple tickets all under their name.
|This will display the dietary options shown below which will be added to the contact as an attribute when selected during the event purchase/registration.|
|This will display the event name and date at the top of your widget.|
This will display an option for the user to add the event to their calendar, based on the event start and end dates & time. There are options for Google, Yahoo!, iCal, and Outlook.