When looking at your attendee statistics chart under Activity & Reporting > Attendees, you can see that some of your attendees have "registered" but don't seem to have completed their order. What does this mean?
- Let's start by unpacking everything in the chart above. Basically, it's showing that lots of people have Completed Order- this means they've registered, chosen their sessions and completed the transaction by purchasing a ticket.
- Registered means your potential attendee has entered an email address in the first Book Your Place box. In other words, they have registered and will receive email reminders for this talk. We have their email address, but they haven't completed their order yet. Maybe they need a little friendly nudge - a giveaway, perhaps?
- Once an attendee has completed a ticket purchase, they move from the Registered column to the Completed column and have everything they need to attend your event!
- The two other columns in the chart refer to:
- Checkout - Selected Ticket (yellow in the chart above): They've registered and chosen a ticket (as part of the checkout cart), but haven't gone on to complete the order yet.
- Checkout - Selected Content (dark blue in the chart above): They've have selected tickets and also selected content, but they haven't completed the order yet.
Looking for a list of attendees who completed registration and secured a ticket? Head to Revenue > Ticket Sales.
Top tip: if an attendee contacts you to say they have a ticket but can't see your sessions, it's possible that they haven't completed the purchase process. You can check on where an attendee is in the checkout process by searching for them in the table in Activity & Reporting > Attendees.
Under Status, you'll see where they are in the process. Under date, you'll see when they tried to purchase their ticket!
Connecting to third party applications
This chart is designed to not only help determine the status of your attendees, but it also makes it possible to tailor your Zaps with Zapier to integrate your attendees to your third-party applications. Each of these stages of the registration process can be turned into a Zap and used to inform your strategy. You can find out more about setting up Zapier here.