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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
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We have a couple of different ways in which we can embed your events into your own website, depending on your requirements.
It's simple enough to create the code to embed any page from Ticketlab into your own site, as long as you're able to add HTML to your webpage where you want it to appear.
We have several different types of widget. These correlate to the urls you can view your event under on Ticketlab e.g. /event/id/ shows a specific event. The widget types are:
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If you use Google, Outlook or Apple to manage your calendar (or most other cloud-based calendars that support ical format), you can now get your Ticketlab listings to directly synchronise so you can see at a glance all of your events without having to log into Ticketlab. You'll also be able to see how many guests have booked tickets to your event.
It's very simple to setup, but requires a couple of steps:
If you've already got an events page set up for your business you can skip this