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If you're an event organiser looking to use Eventbrite + Zapier to streamline your business processes, this article will explain how to connect Eventbrite and Zapier, how to start building automated processes (zaps) and give you some ideas and inspiration.
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Eventbrite is a platform for live events. It's designed to help event organizers manage the end-to-end process of putting on an event (e.g., find venues, get sponsors, sell tickets). Eventbrite makes it easy for anyone to organize and promote their own live events--from concerts, conferences or sports games to fundraisers and social gatherings of all shapes and sizes.
To summarise, you'll want to create a new zap and select Eventbrite as your trigger or action app.
Zapier will prompt you to connect your Eventbrite account and when you click "Connect an Account" you'll be redirected to the Eventbrite site and prompted to login (if you aren't already).
Next, Eventbrite will ask you to give permission to Zapier to access your account data. You'll need to allow this to finish connecting Eventbrite in your Zapier account.
Once done, you'll find yourself back in the zap editor and will be able to continue building your zap.
New Event - Triggers when a new event is created and marked as live within an organization.
New Attendee - Check-InTriggers when an attendee checks into an event.
New Attendee Registered - Triggers when an attendee orders a ticket for an event.
New Order - Triggers when a new order is placed for tickets to an event. This contains only the top level financial and transactional information.
Create Event - Creates an event within an organization.
Find Event - Finds an event within an organization.
Find or Create Event - Finds an event within an organization.
Click the links below to instantly install the zaps in your account.
1. Save new Eventbrite attendees to Google Sheets spreadsheets
2. Get Slack notifications for new Eventbrite attendees
3. Add new Eventbrite attendees to ActiveCampaign lists
4. Add new Eventbrite attendees to a Mailchimp list
5. Add new Eventbrite events to Google Calendar
6. Add new Eventbrite events to Google Calendar
Many people run their events online, using tools like Zoom. One great use of Zapier is to automatically add participants to a Zoom webinar once they've puchased tickets on Eventbrite.
This video shows you how easy it is to setup this workflow:
Generosity Feeds found that their manual management of event data in eTapestry was becoming increasingly burdensome as the organization scaled operations. They needed Zapier to help coordinate with event registrants and attendees, and manage lists on Mailchimp.
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