If you do not wish to allow registrations with tickets and payments, you can simply accept attendance sign up for your event. People stored in your database can response yes, no or maybe to attend your event.

When adding or editing an event, you have the option to enter the ‘Register URL’ for the event. If you leave this field set to none, by default any people invited to the event will have an option to accept, decline or mark themselves as a maybe when viewing the event page. But if you’d like to grab extra details from a person, you can use the ‘Register URL’ field.

Registration via form

By enabling this option, you can choose to connect an existing Form from your ChMS account.

ChMS would then display a button for your users to click on to register using a form to the event. If users are not existing users in the system, ChMS also has the ability to create new people after they fill in the form.

Registration via third party website

By enabling this option, you can choose to display an external link for your attendees to register to. Simply copy and paste the link into the URL field when you select this option.

ChMS will then display a link to direct your users to register for your event.

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