Learning Centre

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


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



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


Different Levels of Access   

Gift Certificates Overview   

Finding a Booking

Refund Overview   

Changing to Daylight Savings Time

Gatekeeper Scanning   

Adding Tracking Tags to your Event

You can add tags to your URL in order to track which specific groups / sites are bringing most traffic & bookings to your event. Tags are also extremely useful when figuring out which commissions need to be paid based on sales delivered in certain situations. 

How to add your tag:

1. Type your URL to your web browser i.e. www.trybooking.com/DICO (press enter)
2. This now changes the URL to a longer version i.e. for the case above this becomes http://www.trybooking.com/Booking/BookingEventSummary.aspx?eid=58202
3  At the end of this longer URL, add in &track=XXX (where XXX is your tag).  Your tag could words to describe that group e.g Association, Livingsocial, Newspaper, Website, Joesfacebook, Alumnifacebook etc.  You can setup as many of these tags as you need.
4. Pass the full URL including the respective tag to your groups asking them to link it electronically to their pages.

You can now track your patronage on the “Report ticket sales per tracking tag”.


Note:  You can also add Google analytics to the event homepage which will track entry and then completion of the booking process.