In today’s episode of Event Ninja News I show you simple ways to make sure you’re not boring your guests with endless PowerPoint presentations.
Watch this week’s episode for my full description or keep reading for a quick overview.
Probably the quickest and simplest way to create an online registration form, especially for those free events, is to use Google Forms
What? You’ve never used Google Forms? Well, what you’re about to learn may change your event planning life!
All you need is a google account and you can set up simple online forms that can be customised for your event… you can personalise the look, feel and content in just a few simple steps.
You can also share the form with other team members or other people involved in your event. They can have viewing or editing access, depending on how much control you need over the finished product.
But wait, there’s more! The best part of Google Forms is, it will produce a Google spreadsheet and will fill in all of your responses under headings it pulls from your questions. Whenever a guest completes their registration, Google will automatically fill your spreadsheet. Magic!
So, there you have it… the quick and effective way to collect guest information, that’s live, available online and easily shared.
Do you have any tips or stories you’d like to share about creating online registration forms? I’d love to hear your thoughts. Leave me a comment below and I’ll be sure to reply.
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