Edison knows a large variety of functionalities. Occasionally you need them all, but sometimes you just need a few. When a new event is created the user is able to select the ones needed. Users are the managers of their registration forms and are in control as from the first set-up phase.
Basic event settings
What will your event be called and where and when will it take place? These are the first settings that a user can define. Fill in the location’s Google Maps coordinates and the participants can even arrange their own route descriptions.
Drag and drop fields
Edison’s default always requires three fields. Which means that Edison needs this data to be able to make every participant unique. First name, last name and email address are the fields a participant always needs to provide. The rest is up to the user. Select fields for general contact data, social media data or company data or define your own. For example, ask questions and prefill answers in a dropdown or with radio buttons.
Think about how you would like to handle the participant flows during your event. Edison can send E-tickets to participants that have registered. Automatically after finishing a registration. Per email as a PDF attachment. Participants print the E-tickets themselves and onsite the barcodes can be scanned. A very easy and efficient way to always know who is inside.
If participants need to pay for attending your event, Edison handles the payments. Set the prices and define the VAT percentages. There is no limit to the number of VAT percentages. Participants can see the including or excluding VAT prices on the registration form. An invoice is automatically send after registration. It is also possible to handle online payments. More information concerning costs click here.
Items can represent a whole lot of different things. A plenary or parallel session, a social event or even a t-shirt. Basically it’s something that a participant can choose, that shows how someone is going to attend your event. For example as a student, a speaker or an invited guest. All items can be visible on the registration form during a particular time. For handling early bird fees for example. It is also possible to set a maximum per item. When the maximum number is reached the item disappears or a text will show. For example, this item is fully booked. Above this, items can be related to each other. When a participant chooses one item another can be removed or shown.
Create voucher codes
Manage discounts by creating codes for people that should pay less for their participation. A user can create different sorts of codes that gives a deduction on the total costs. For example a code with 20 EUR discount and another code with 50 EUR discount. Codes can be created in a way that it can be used once or multiple times.
Edison is to be set-up in Dutch or English. Choose your default language and manage the translation to Dutch or English later.
A clear country flag on top of the registration form will become visible which allows the attendees to switch languages easily.