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Crafting Your Event's Registration Form using Swapcard Registration: A Step-by-Step Guide.

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Using Swapcard Registration, Organizers can create a customized Registration Form tailored to their needs, allowing for multiple pages and fields as required.

How to create a Registration Form

In the Studio, go to Registration > Form. You will come across default fields — Email, First name, and Last name — which cannot be edited or removed.


Beyond the default fields, you can add new fields to that initial page. If you wish to segment the Registration Form, you can add a new page by clicking "+ Add a new page" (see the screenshot above) to organize it into separate sections.

The final page is a "Thank You" page, which confirms that the registration has been successfully captured. A confirmation email will also be dispatched to the address they provided on the Registration Form.


How to add new fields to your registration form

As mentioned above, adding custom fields can make your registration more exhaustive. This can be very useful if, for example, you want to know which countries the registrants are from or if food will be served at your event and would like to know their preferences.

To do so, click the "Add a field" button, and open the "People custom fields" in the menu that will appear; you can add the custom fields you already created or click "Create custom field" to create one.

How to use Conditional Logic for your registration form

💎 This feature is a paid add-on.

Conditional Logic allows you to customize the registration experience for your attendees. It enables you to manage the visibility of certain page elements or fields based on the responses provided by attendees in previous fields or based on their selected ticket types.

  1. When creating your form, create your page and add a title. You will have the ability to add a condition to the page or a field & based on input the registration form will change

  2. Select the values for this condition to determine when it would display. The condition can be based on single or multiple choice fields.

    You can also decide if the operator for this condition “is” or “is not” (singe choice) ”any of” (multiple choice).

  3. The condition has been added.

If you want to link two conditions, click on "Add condition" then select " And" in the dropdown list.

Conditional logic ensures that attendees only see and respond to the fields that are relevant to their particular situation or preferences with customized pathways through the registration form, that's why you can create multiple conditions.

For example, if an attendee indicates that they are interested in specific sessions, the subsequent questions can be tailored to their preferences.

Note that forms containing conditional logic can not be duplicated as it's a paid add-on.

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