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Learning Centre

Learn more about features and system basic.

Event Guides

Setting up a Basic Event

Setting up a Registration Event

Setting up a Tabled Event

Setting up to Sell Merchandise


Functions

Welcome to the learning centre

Homepage and Images

Free Events Overview   

Cloning an Event

Working with Tickets   

Recycling an Event

Using Headers

Session Times Overview   

Sections Overview   

Data Collection Fields Overview   

Seating Plans Overview   

Extending the Booking Time

Waitlists

Donations

Creating a Tax Invoice

Terms and Conditions

Sample Buttons

Finding the Event URL

Promotional Codes Overview    

Tracking Overview   

Follow up Emails   

Email Buyers

Locking Your Bank Account

Introducing TryBooking to your Community

Integrations   

Different Levels of Access   

Gift Certificates Overview   

Finding a Booking

Refund Overview   

Changing to Daylight Savings Time

Gatekeeper Scanning   

Session Times Overview

Every event will have at least one session, which is defined as a date and time. This date and time is then shown for confirmation on your event page and tickets and is used to extract data from your reports.

Your Session Times contain the date / time of the event but also the time you will commence taking bookings and when your event will close from taking bookings. Your booking start and end date / time can be extended or changed at any point.
 

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These dates and times can be amended as required for the session, booking start, or end time. As your event is created, it will have the 1 session time. After creating your initial dates and times, you can add additional dates / times via Manage Events, your event, and Session Times.


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TIP:  If all your session times must start selling at the same point in time, use the table above to carefully check that all your booking starts dates/times are the same.

It's not always logical to display the default date / time if you're using TryBooking for:

  • A season pass, covering multiple dates
  • A registration season e.g. winter
  • Conferences where it runs over several dates
  • Taking time-based bookings where you only need a date
  • and where you'd like to include the finishing time too

Learn about how to change the standard session time label so that it reads more appropriately for your event, rather than a single date and time.

An event can be re-used again for next year by adding a new session time and carefully hiding the original session.


 

 

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