Published June 21st, 2022 by Michael Nilsson
This guide explains how to use the RSVP Landing page. An RSVP landing page is an ideal way to share your event on social media and when you want to display additional information to your users about the event before they add the event to their calendar. There are also extensive customization options available, so you can make the landing page your own.
When an end-user clicks on a link to an RSVP landing page, or they click on an RSVP button or RSVP link in an email, they are brought to the landing page which displays the event name, time, location, description, and other event details. The user can click to register for the event after which they must indicate whether they are “Going”, “Interested” or “Can’t go” to the event, and enter the information that you have chosen to collect. Once they enter their information and register for the event, they will be presented with an add-to-calendar button which allows them to add the event to their calendar.
Navigating the RSVP Landing page
From your Event page:
This is what the RSVP Landing page looks like if a user clicks on a link that displays the event name, time, location, description, and other event details.
If the user click Respond then they will need to fill out their information and select whether they are “Going”, “Interested” or “Can’t go” before registering for the event. If you want to customize your RSVP form, click here.
Sharing RSVP Landing page to social media
Anyone that is on the RSVP landing page can share the event easily on their social media like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, WhatsApp, etc. Just click the share icon.
Just like the normal event landing page, you can require an access code that prevents unauthorized users from viewing your event details on your event landing page. If you enable the access code for an event landing page, users will be required to enter this access code on the event landing page before viewing the event details and adding the event to their calendar.