Setting up your event

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Using online tools to allow you to continue to host events during the COVID-19 pandemic. With many of us stuck at home with (perhaps) more free time than usual, it’s important to consider if you could move a previously live event online, or if you could provide a different event experience using video conferencing. For some types of events, being there in person may not be necessary if you have a camera and microphone on your computer. Deciding if you can host a virtual event What kind
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Sometimes you'll want to create a copy of an event and use that as a template for your next upcoming event. Ticketlab makes it easy to 'clone' your events directly from the dashboard. Before you start, make sure you're logged in and on the dashboard. To get to the dashboard if you're not there already, click the 'Events dashboard' button from the toolbar: Find the event you want to duplicate in the list, and click the 'Clone' button This will bring up the event creation form
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Currently, we're unable to automate creating events on Facebook due to their API restrictions. Thankfully, it's easy enough to do on your own and can help boost your attendance if you have a page with pre-existing followers. First, navigate to your Facebook page. You can find this from the small 'down' arrow in the top right of the page. From there click 'Events' on the left navigation. Underneath the header image and buttons you'll find the 'Create Event' button. Click that to get
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Yes, it's possible to create an event with various different ticket types, but the setup is a little different than you might expect. Create a new event. Give it a name or a subtitle that reflects the first ticket type you want to set up e.g. "My Amazing Event - adult ticket" Go to the dashboard (the 'Events Dashboard' button in the menu at the top of the page) and click 'clone' on your new event Create your second ticket type as another event using the first as a template. Name this