EventBuilder User Guide 

Welcome to your EventBuilder Portal 

Please note, some features are not available with all subscription levels. 

Last updated: May 3, 2022

Sign into your Portal with your username and password:Screenshot: EventBuilder main login screen - email address and password fields, blue sign in button, and forgot password link showing.

When prompted, select your preferred user verification method: Email, SMS Message, or Authenticator App. 

Note: Email is the set as the default identity verification method. SMS Message/Authenticator App verification is configured in the User Account area.

Screenshot: One-Time Access Code dialog. "How would you like to receive your one-time access code?" Options are Email, SMS Message, Authenticator App.

Enter the One-Time Access Code you received and click 'Ok'

Screenshot: One-Time Access Code prompt.


Your Portal Dashboard

Upon login you will see your EventBuilder Portal Dashboard. The left navigation options link to the named areas within the software. The Dashboard displays information about your Events in the form of widgets, which can be customized. Note: Customizations are associated with individual User Accounts (Administrators and Organizers).

To customize your Event Dashboard, open the Widget tool by clicking the pencil icon.

Screenshot: Dashboard widget editor with pencil icon circled.

To add a widget, click on the '+' drop down menu and select the desired widget(s) to add to your Dashboard.

Screenshot: Available widget drop-down menu options: Event List, Events Per Day, Today's Events, Registrants Per Day, Attendees Per Day, Recording Views Per Day.

Screenshot: Widget tools: Size, arrange, delete, and save.

To size widgets, use your mouse and hover over the black corner highlighted in image. Click and drag the corner to the desired size.

To move widgets, hover your mouse in the title bar. Click the arrow icon and drag to your desired location.

To remove a widget from your Dashboard view, click on the trash icon located in the title bar. 

When finished, click the Save icon. 

Learn more about 2-Factor Authentication, Portal Configuration and Customizing Your Dashboard.

Edit User Account Information

To update your User Account information, click on the gear icon located on the top right of your Dashboard. 

Screenshot: Account information update gear.



Make any desired edits to your User Account, including mobile number and/or Authentication App configuration for 2-Factor Authentication, and click Save:

Screenshot: User Account dialog - includes name, email role, mobile number, bio, social media and websites fields API Key and Secret dialog, and enabling/disabling/authenticator app configuration options.

Get Started Scheduling Events 

Use EventBuilder to add registration, reporting, privacy, and security to webinars and virtual events. There are two ways to schedule Events on EventBuilder: 

   1. From your Outlook Calendar (E-publish) 

   2. Directly from your Portal 

Schedule from your Outlook calendar (E-Publish) Note: E-publish is available for Pro and Suite-level subscriptions only.

Before creating your E-published Event: Please ensure the correct default Template has been selected. Set or confirm your default Template by logging into your Portal, navigate to the Templates view, and put a checkmark in the Default Template icon in your My Templates list. Learn more about E-publishing.

Screenshot: My Templates list with the radio button to set the default Template checked and highlighted.

To learn more about Templates, please see the Templates Overview and Building Templates knowledge base articles.

To schedule an Event from Outlook, create a new Microsoft Teams meeting. Invite scheduling@eventbuilder.com in the "To" field. Your Event will be created utilizing your default Template as it's foundation. Note: E-publish is not available for Teams Live Event.

Enter the Event title in the "Subject" field.

Select the date, time and duration of the Event. 

Do not remove any of the default Microsoft Teams meeting information in the body of the email.

Click Send once the required information has been entered.  

Screenshot: Microsoft Outlook new Teams meeting dialog.

Once scheduled, you will receive an email confirming your Event has been created. Log into EventBuilder to fully customize your Event.

Locate the Event in the Events view. Click on the Event title to access the editing tools and finish building your Event.

Screenshot: Events view with the left navigation Events option highlighted.

Schedule directly from your Portal 

To create an Event directly from your Portal, navigate to the Events view, then click on New Event. Select the best option for your Event: Start from scratch or Create from an existing Template and click Continue.

Screenshot: Event Creation options displayed: Start from scratch, Create from an existing template, and Create from your Outlook calendar.

Start from scratch: Event creation is self-guided in a step-by-step format. A Microsoft Teams or Teams Live Event meeting link is required as part of the setup for Live Events. This option will use your Portal's default Template. (Set by the Portal Administrator.)

Create from an existing Template: Build an Event using an existing Template

For information on how Templates work and best practices for their use, please refer to the Templates Overview knowledge base article.

To create a Template instead of an Event, go to the Templates view from your left-hand navigation.

Screenshot: Templates view, with left navigation Template option highlighted.

Start From Scratch: Event Modes

How do you want to engage your audience? There are five different Event Modes to choose from. 

Live Webinar Mode: Add Registration Pages and Listing Pages, security, automated cloud-based recording and sharing as well as robust reports to Microsoft Teams and Teams Live Event. Presenters and Attendees join the Microsoft Teams or Teams Live Event presentation environment.

Streaming Mode: Presenters join Microsoft Teams, and the EventBuilder Bot streams the Microsoft Teams staging area (audio, PowerPoint deck, desktop sharing, and whiteboards) to a no-download, any-browser Attendee console that allows you to "see" your Attendees in real-time. Engagement with Attendees is done with polling, questions, messages, and moderated Q&A. Presenters join Teams and Attendees join the EventBuilder Attendee Console. (Suite-level only) EventBuilder Streaming is not available with Teams Live Event.

Simulated-Live Mode: Play pre-recorded content while interacting with your audience in real-time with EventBuilder's Engagement Tools. Attendees join a no-download, any-browser Attendee Console that allows you to "see" your Attendees in real-time. Engage with polling/interactions and moderated Q&A. Moderators join the EventBuilder Moderator Console while Attendees join the EventBuilder Attendee Console via their chosen browser. (Suite-level only)

On-Demand Mode: Add Registration and Reporting tools, Surveys, and/or Handouts/Resources to your recorded webinars and/or your own uploaded video content. (Suite-level only)

In-Person Event: Essential, Pro, and Suite-level subscribers can utilize EventBuilder's powerful registration and reporting tools to create In-Person Events for seminars, courses, conferences, meetings, and off-sites. Learn more about In-Person Events.

Select the mode that best aligns with the type of Event you wish to create: 

Screenshot: Event mode selection dialog. "What type of event would you like this to be?" Options: Live Webinar, On-Demand Recorded Content, Simulated-Live Webinar, Live In-Person Event.

Live Webinar Mode - Choose Live Webinar and paste your Microsoft Teams or Teams Live Event link in the Meeting Link field. The software will automatically detect if your link is for Teams or Teams Live Event.  
Streaming Mode - Choose Live Webinar and paste the Microsoft Teams link in the Meeting Link field. Next, select Yes, I want to stream in the dialog beneath the Meeting Link field. Both Live Webinar and Streaming mode support Event recording. To record your Event, select Yes, I want to record. Screenshot: Streaming/Recording selection dialog. "Do you need to stream or record your event?" Options with a checkbox: "Yes, I want to stream" and "Yes, I want to record."
On-Demand Recorded Content- Choose On-demand recorded content and upload your recording.
Simulated-Live Mode - Choose Simulated-Live Webinar and upload your recording.
Live In-Person Event - Choose Live In-Person Event and include venue information.

Learn more about Event Modes.

For Live Webinar/Streaming mode, paste the Teams or Teams Live Event link:

Screenshot: Meeting link field on the Schedule step

If you are creating a Simulated Live or On-Demand Event, upload your recording. Click 'edit' to access tools to trim and/or add chaptering.

Screenshot: File upload dialog box for simulated live or on-demand events.

Note: We recommend uploaded recordings not exceed 500 MB. Learn more: File Upload Requirements.

Registration Layout

Select a layout for your Event Registration Page. Choose Between Classic, Marquee, and Clean. 

Screenshot: Registration page layout options: Classic, Marquee, Clean.

Event Details:

Next, assign Title (required), Subtitle (optional), Date, Time, Time Zone, Duration Display, and Event Duration. 

Screenshot: Dialog box for adding event details.

Event Roles: Presenters/Moderators/Organizers

Event Organizers have full access to edit the Registration page, join and interact during the Live Event, and run Reports. Organizers also have the option to grant access to others for assistance in the delivery of Events. There are three Event Management roles available: 

Screenshot: Example of a Moderator invitation email.Presenter: Responsible for presenting materials and answering Attendee questions. They have access to Engagement Tools. 

Moderator: Has full control of the Live Event and Engagement Tools.

Organizer: Creates the Event or has all of the same access and privileges as the creator of the Event. This includes full editing, scheduling, and access to reporting features.

Assigning someone a role of Presenter, Moderator, or Organizer will automatically send them an email (see image) with a link to join the Event and an attached invitation to reserve time on their calendar. The invite reserves the 30 minutes prior to the Event's start time to allow the presentation team to prepare and access all technologies. 

Learn more about Event Management Roles and permissions. 

Assigning Event Roles:

To assign an Event role, click on the green plus sign.

Screenshot: Section for adding Presenters, Moderators, and/or Organizers.

A new window will appear. Search for a User that already exists on your Portal (image on left) or create a new User (image on right) and assign them the appropriate role. 

Screenshots: Side-by-side images of the Add Event User search dialog and Presenter/Moderator Event User information dialog.

In the Add Event User dialog, assign roles and enter information about your Event User, including a photo, bio, social media and website links, and whether you would like their information displayed on the Registration Page. The editor is HTML-enabled and supports images.

Organizers may also choose when - or if - Presenters, Moderators, or additional Organizers receive their system-generated Access Granted email.

Screenshot: Add Event User dialog with Event Access email attached and highlighted.

Once you've assigned Event roles, click Save & Continue.


Set up

This step allows you to customize the overall appearance of your Event Registration Page. 

Describe Your Event: Add Event details via the full-featured HTML-enabled editor, provided to allow Organizers creative flexibility for designing their Registration pages.

Event Contact Information: The Contact Name and Contact Email listed on the User's account record will pre-populate these fields. This information will also appear on the calendar invite and the contact the organizer link on the Registration Page.  

Banner: The banner image is displayed at the top of your Registration Page, as well as system-generated emails.

Note: Banners are set at the Portal-level but can be changed to suit the topic. Recommended width: 1400px.

Background: (available to Suite subscribers) - Upload a seamless .jpg, png, or looping GIF file. The GIF will appear in a step-and-repeat pattern. (View example here)

Once complete, click 'Save & Continue.'

Registration Page Example

Event details appear on your Registration Page, as well as Event Description, Additional Resources links, and Presenter Bio (if chosen to display.)

Screenshot: Registration Page example.

Learn more about the Setup Step. 


There are several ways you can engage Attendees during your Event. Screenshot: Event Details, Engage step options.

1. Files: Add downloadable files to the Registration Page. Organizers can choose to make files available before or after registration. Files will also be made available to Attendees for download on Streaming, Simulated-Live, and On-Demand Events. 

2. Registration Questions: First Name, Last Name, and Email Address are required demographic questions by default. Additional questions may be created to gather custom information at the time of registration. 

3. Polls: (for Streaming Mode and Simulated-Live Mode) - Polling questions can be created ahead of time or on-the-fly and launched during the Live Event by the Event's Presenter, Moderator, or Organizer. 


4. Custom Pre-Survey and Post-Survey Text: Customize text on Registrant Survey correspondence with the Pre-event and Post-event Survey HTML-enabled text editor.

Screenshot: Engage Step Survey options - Pre-Survey Text, Post-Survey Text, Survey Questions function.

5. Survey Questions: Survey questions can be created here. In Live Webinar Mode with EventBuilder Streaming, questions are launched once the stream has ended. A link to the Post-event Survey questions may also be included in the follow-up emails. 

6. Additional Resources: Organizers can add Additional Resources to their Event, such as links to relevant sites, and choose to have the resources appear on the Registration Page, during the Live Event on the Streaming Console, or both. Resources appearing during the Live Event will be hyperlinked in the Attendee Viewing Console on the 'Files' panel, indicated by a green paperclip icon. (See Streaming Console - Attendee Experience)Screenshot: Engage Section options: Additional Resources, Custom Info Panel Content, and Attendee Sentiment.

7. Custom Info Panel Content: Add text, links, images, etc. with the provided HTML editor. The content added here will display on the Info Panel in the Attendee Streaming Console.

8. Attendee Sentiment: A "thumbs up" or "thumbs down" option for Attendees. Organizers can enable this additional engagement tool to help Presenters/Moderators receive immediate feedback from their audience.

Learn more about the Engage Step.


Select and customize emails to be delivered to your Registrants automatically. 

Screenshot: available pre-formatted emails to send to attendees. Transcript: Information regarding your event is included in the emails below. Just click Edit to customize the text, change the delivery timing, or disable an email. The EventBuilder software distributes enabled emails according to the timing you select. You can resend a batch email that has already been delivered if you like. Check mark option with text: "Insert additional confidential disclaimer on all emails."


Click Edit next to each email to customize it. 

Click Test to send a test email to yourself to ensure delivery and see what your Registrants will receive. 

Available emails: Event Invitation, Registration Confirmation, Archive Registration, Event Reminder, Event Reminder 2, Attended Event, Missed Event, Event Rescheduled, Event Canceled, On-the-Fly.

Event Invitation Send: Organizers can upload a .csv-formatted list of Invitees.



Edit Mode:

Screenshot: Example of Event Reminder email.Use the text editor to customize the body of the email. Click on the Source button (< >) in the text editor to use HTML if desired. 

After making edits to the top portion of the email, scroll to the bottom portion to select dynamic button options: Add to Calendar, Edit Registration, Test System (Streaming only), Attend Event. Next, choose the timing of delivery for your email. Click 'Save' to confirm your changes and return to the main Communicate window.  

Screenshot: Dynamic buttons text options; Add to Calendar, Edit Registration, Test System, Attend Event. Displays an enabled checkbox, and delivery schedule with the options Before Event, After Event, and a day/hour selector. Transcript: All dynamic elements are enabled on this email. If you want to customize these items, disable as appropriate below so you can add them back with your custom formatting.

Calendar Invitation Content: The calendar invitation contains default Event information, attached to the Registrant's Confirmation email in .ics file format. Organizers can add text via the HTML editor provided. The default Event information cannot be changed or deleted.

Screenshot: Calendar Invitation Content window with HTML editor open and the FX button highlighted

To customize the calendar invitation: Click in the bottom of the Calendar Invitation Content window and the 'fx' button (highlighted above) will appear. Click 'fx' to select the variables you wish to add. Organizers can add text by clicking in the HTML editor window.

Screenshot: Available Event Variables for calendar invite customization. Title, subtitle, description, banner, dial-in number, dial-in conference ID, contact first name, last name, email, full contact name, event date, event URL, event ics file, certificate URL, certificate password, console URL.Screenshot: Registrant Variables available to add to calendar ics file: Registrant first name, last name, email, dial-in PIN, registrant event URL, survey URL, certificate URL.

Event Opening and Closing Images: For Streaming and Simulated-Live Events, customize the static images that appear to the audience before and after the Event. Organizers may also upload rotating slides in GIF format. Learn more about rotating slides.

Screenshot: Opening Hold Image and Closing Hold Image dialog.

Learn more: Communicate Step


Have greater control over who can register for and attend your Event using security features.

Screenshot: Event Detail, Security section.

Screenshot: Security Step options.  (Described in text) Transcript of text on image: "Select an option below and complete the tasks in the window that appears. IMPORTANT: If you change your security setting later, the new security setting will not apply to any existing registrants."

Let anyone register and attend: The default setting, allows anyone with the Registration Page link to attend an Event.

Manually approve registrants before they can attend: Organizers decide which Registrants can attend the scheduled Event. After people register, a message reading, "Registration Pending. You will receive a confirmation as soon as the event organizer confirms your registration" is the default message shown. Organizers can customize the message text to suit the situation. Organizers may then approve these registrants on the Security step. Once approved, the Registrant receives a confirmation email and allowed to attend the Event.

Allowlist or Denylist registrants using a list: Organizers can automatically screen Registrants by domain and/or email address. 

Allowlist or Denylist registrants by querying a remote server: This option allows Organizers to automatically screen Registrants by querying a remote server - requires Organizers to have administrator access to the endpoint server.  

Require registrants to verify via email: Enables 2-factor authentication for Event registration. Once the Registrant replies to the email, they are sent a confirmation email with the join link included. 

Use a Validation Question For Registrants to Enter a Custom Field/Promo Code: Screens Registrants by a custom value entered at the time of Registration. Organizers create or select a validation question on the Engage step and add it to the Registration Questions to associate the validation question with the Event. 

Validation Question: Once the validation question is selected and associated with the Event, Organizers will select the "Use a validation question" on the Security step. Select it from the drop-down menu, then add the appropriate values in the fields provided. Select 'Upload List' to add a .csv-formatted file with the validation question values. 

Limit the number of registrants: Set a maximum number of Registrants. Once the number has been reached, any additional Registrants will be placed on a waiting list. The maximum number can be adjusted at any time. 

Upon selecting the option, "Limit the number of registrants," options for managing a waitlist will appear. 

Waitlist: Here, an Organizer can set the maximum number of Registrants for their Event. When a maximum number of Registrants is exceeded, they will go on the waitlist, where Organizers can decide whether or not to allow additional Attendees to join the Event. 

Screenshot: Waitlist dialog. Transcript: Enter the maximum number of approved registrations to allow. When the maximum number is exceeded, subsequent registrations will appear on a waitlist below. Prior to your event, you will receive an email daily if there are registrants on your waitlist.

Security Add-ons 

Organizers can select Add-on features and use them in conjunction with any other Security option. Add-on features include:

Limit the maximum number of Registrants: Places a hard registration limit on your Event
Require Attendees to confirm their email address when joining this event: Attendees will confirm their email when joining Note: this is a voluntary confirmation, not two-factor authentication
Two-Factor Authentication upon joining: Requires Registrants to enter a one-time access code to join the Event
Registration close date: The Event's Registration button will change to 'Registration Closed' on the date selected
Registration Edit/Cancel Deadline: Prevents Registrants from editing or canceling their registration after 12:00 am on the date specified, based on the Registrant's time zone
Content Expiration:
The Event page will be deactivated on the date selected at 12:00 AM UTC

Screenshot: Add-on options, "Limit the maximum number of registrants," "Require Attendees to confirm their email address when joining this event," "Two Factor Authentication upon joining," "Registration Close Date," and "Content Expiration."

If Organizers would like to create a waitlist after the maximum has been reached, select 'Limit the maximum number of Registrants with a waitlist' for the Event's main security option.

Note: "Only allow one unique join key use at a time" is available for Enterprise subscribers only.

Learn more about EventBuilder Learn more about EventBuilder Security options


Event Tags: Adding Tags to Events allows Organizers to filter and group Events to streamline the registration process for Listing Pages, and to pull data across multiple Events for Reports.

To add Tags to your Event, click on the drop-down menu and create a new Tag or select an existing Tag. The number in parentheses indicates the number of Events the Tag is associated with. You may add multiple Tags to a single Event or group of Events, and a default Tag may be set at the Template-level. You may remove the default Tag by clicking on the 'Trash' icon.

Screenshot: event tags dialog, with an indicator highlighting the default event tag.

Learn more about Tags and how they work with EventBuilder software.

Listing Page Image: Customize the image your Invitees see next to the Event when shown on a Listing Page.

Click on Browse, and the following window will appear:

Screenshot: Listing Page image select/upload dialog.

You may choose an image that has already been added to your portal or upload a new image. 

Screenshot: Listing Page image dialog with example attached.


Once selected, the image will appear as shown on the Listing Page

Recommended image dimensions: 255px x 200px. File compression may be necessary for uploads larger than 500 MB.

Learn more about file uploads.




Co-Branding Image - For Events that are presented/sponsored by more than one organization, Organizers can add a hyperlinked logo of the participating company. 

Screenshot: Co-Branding image interface. Transcript: "This image will appear in the upper right corner of the Registration Page, allowing you to co-brand an event with a secondary logo."

The brand's logo will appear in the upper right corner of the Registration Page:

Screenshot: Sample Registration Page with co-brand logo enlarged and highlighted.

Source Tracking is a valuable tool for evaluating the effectiveness of marketing campaigns. By creating unique registration links for each of the channels used to invite Attendees (e.g., email, website, Facebook, LinkedIn) Organizers can track where registrants are coming from when they register for the Event. 

Screenshot: source tracking dialog, showing Campaign Source and Source list below.There is no limit to the number of custom links you can create using EventBuilder's Source Tracking feature. 

To generate a custom link, type the name of the source in the text box. The link will be added to a list below. Click on the link icon to copy, then post to the appropriate source.

There is a column for source tracking results on your Event Registration Activity report.


Create customized completion Certificates for Event Attendees; click on 'Enable Event Certificate.'

Screenshot: Enable Event Certificate button.

Design your certificate by adding content in the HTML editor. Images, links, and styles can be added or changed.

Screenshot: Event Certificate HTML dialog with a banner and database fields shown.

Click on the 'fx' button to select Event and/or Registrant variables to add to the Certificate:

Screenshot: HTML editor toolbar with FX button highlighted.


Screenshot: Certificate URL and "Password protect this certificate" checkbox.

Add the certificate link to your post-Event email to Attendees. Organizers may also choose to password-protect Event Certificates, which are automatically generated. The password will be sent to Attendees in post-Event emails. 


Embed Codes allow Organizers to embed Registration forms on their website. Copy the HMTL code in the window provided and paste where appropriate:

Screenshot: Embed code window for adding an Event's registration form to an Organizer's website.

Closed Captioning is offered for EventBuilder Streaming Events, with two options available: Live Captioning or Automated Captioning. 

Screenshot: Closed Captioning Order function with 'Closed Captioning Options' button highlighted.

Live Captioning services include human-assisted live captioning during your Event, captions included on the archive recording, a WebVTT file, and an editable transcript. This service is $300 per hour. Captions are displayed in English for an English-speaking Presenter and must be ordered a minimum of 5 days prior to scheduled start time. Additional languages available. Contact EventBuilder's Services Team for assistance.
With Automated Captioning, the EventBuilder Bot automatically generates captions in real time. The captions are included on the archive recording, as well as a downloadable WebVTT file. Automated Captioning is offered at no charge. Auto captions must be ordered a minimum of 60 minutes (1 hour) prior to scheduled start time. Automated captions are available in English only. Screenshot: Captioning style dialog box Header "What style of captioning would you like?"

Select your captioning style from the dropdown menu and click 'Next.' Depending on your selection, one of the following confirmation dialog windows will appear: 

Screenshot: Confirm Closed Captioning Order dialog: Live Captioning $300 per hour.

Screenshot: Confirm Closed Captioning Order: Automated Captioning, Free.

Select 'Order' when you are ready to proceed. Confirm the service charges on the confirmation dialog: 

Screenshot: Closed Captioning service charges confirmation. Transcript: "By clicking ok you agree to the closed captioning service charges."
Learn more about Closed Captioning, including cancelation cutoff times and what to expect with each option.

Screenshot: Change Template function with drop-down open and a Template highlighted.Change Template: Organizers can change their Event's Template if they find that a different Template is a better fit. With this function, the Template can be changed without losing any of their previous Event settings.

Click on the dropdown menu. A list of available Templates will appear. Select the Template you would like to use for your Event, then click 'Apply.'

EventBuilder recommends reviewing all settings after changing the Template of your Event.


Pre-Event Music Selection: This feature allows for the selection of hold music to play while Attendees are waiting for the live Event to start. EventBuilder provides two original compositions, or Users may choose to upload their own. (Suite subscribers only)

Screenshot: Choose audio/upload file for pre- and post-event music.


 Now that you have successfully created your event, let's look at other features available to you on your Portal. 

Additional Features

Use the navigation on the left to access additional Portal features.

Screenshot: Left Navigation options: Home, Events, Templates, Pages, Questions, Files, Reports, Tags, Accounts. Resources: Knowledge Base, Ask me Anything Live, Explore Our Services, Service Performance, Request Feature/Help

Pages Screenshot: Sample Listing Page.

(This feature is for Suite subscribers only)

View a list of current Pages and create new Pages 

A Listing Page collects links to individual Event Registration Pages on a single view. It provides the ability to promote a single custom URL to a target audience for a group of similar Events, such as a topic series, past or present. 

You have the option to use Registration Efficiencies on a Listing Page which will allow your Registrants to register for multiple events at one time. 

A Custom Page is a fully customizable and provides the ability to share content links, files, etc. with a target audience via custom link. 


Click on the Create New Page button. 

Screenshot: Create new page or choose existing page dialog.


Screenshot: Create Page dialog: Type, Custom URL, Custom Browser Title, Banner Image, Co-Brand Logo Image.

The Create Page section will appear with the following customization options:

1. Page type selection: Listing or Custom

2. Custom URL: is the name that appears in the Listing Page link. Example: https://yourcompanyname.eventbuilder.com/ 

3. Custom Browser Title: appears on the browser tab when you navigate to the page.

4. Banner Image: appears at the top of your Listing Page.

5. Co-Brand Logo Image: appears on Listing Page for co-hosted Events (if applicable).



Screenshot: Create Page dialog continued: Contact Name, Contact Email, Description, Background, Event List Header, Tags, Page options - auto Auto remove past events, Allow other users to edit, Enable Registration Efficiencies.

6. & 7. Co-Brand Contact Name and Contact Email: For co-hosted Events.

8. Description: Events offered, appears directly under the Banner. This area is a fully customizable editor, supporting HTML, Images, iFrame, and CSS stylesheets.

9. Background: Image displayed on your Listing Pages. Supported image types: .jpg, .png, .gif 

10. Event List Header: Default will read 'Events,' however you can customize the wording to suit your Events

11. Tags: Used to filter Events you wish to display on your Listing Page. The Events you want to appear on your Listing Page must have the correct Tag(s) and match exactly. Tags cannot have spaces and are not case sensitive.

12. Page Options: Choose to remove once finished if no recording is posted, allow other Organizers to edit the page, and Enable Registration Efficiencies.

Registration Efficiencies allow options for events to be pre-selected on the listing page and/or allows for the events to be De-selected by Registrants.

Screenshot: Page options continued: Default Event Sort, Display Type, Events Per Page.

13. Default Sort: Decide what order to display your Events on the Listing Page.

14. Display Type: Options include Table, Cards, and Calendar

15. Events Per Page: Display 15, 25 or 50 events at a time

Search Filter Settings - Allow Invitees to broaden or narrow Event search results. Filtering options include:

Screenshot: Search Filter Settings-Search Tags, Search Event Type, Search start Date, Search End Date, Search Text.

16. Tags: Registrants filter search results by event Tags

17. Event Type: Filter search results by type of event

18. & 19. Start Date/End Date: Results filtered by start and/or end date 

20. Search Text: Registrants can input words or characters to filter search results 

Screenshot: Source Tracking dialog.
21. Source Tracking: Allows Organizers to add an unlimited number of unique registration links for each of channel and/or segments used to invite Attendees:
22. Embed Code: Copy-paste the provided code to embed in your website.
Screenshot: Embed code. Image text: "Copy and paste this code ino your site's HTML to embed the event list on your own website."

Sample Listing Page With Search Functionality:

Screenshot: Sample Listing Page with arrow indicators. Top indicator: Event Banner, Middle indicator: Event Description, Bottom indicators: Search Options and Event List.


Templates: Save time by maximizing efficiency when creating multiple Events that have a similar setup. Simply create a Template that has all the common settings, branding, configuration, etc. When creating Events that use a Template, the Events inherit all the properties of that Template. Templates enforce consistent collection and dissemination of data across multiple Events, therefore files and questions set at the Template level cannot be modified on Events created with that Template. 

Screenshot: Templates main dialog.

When you modify a Template, all existing Events created using that Template will be modified. 

Templates can be created on either a Portal Level or User Level. 

Portal-level Templates: Available to all Organizers but are created or edited by Administrators only. This is an ideal location to implement company-wide initiatives for branding, legal, and privacy requirements. 

Click My Templates to view a list of all your User-Level Templates and your selected default Template for E-publishing. User-Level Templates are associated with individual User Accounts (Administrators and Organizers).

Creating a Template follows similar steps taken to create a new Event. Click Create New Template to build. 

Before building Templates, please read the Templates Overview Knowledge Base article to become familiar with their functionality.


Unified Question Bank

Any questions created for your live Events will be stored here in your Question Bank. You can edit existing questions or create new questions to be added to events. 

Screenshot: Questions main dialog.


My Questions/Portal Questions: Sorts questions by Organizer level or Portal level. 

My Questions: Associated with individual User Accounts.

Portal Questions: Available to any Organizer and Administrator on the Portal. 



Creating Questions

Screenshot: Create question dialog. Question/Statement Text, Question Type, Question Name (to display on reports).

Question/Statement Text: Enter the body of the question here. Some limited HTML formatting is available in the editor.

Question Type: Select the answer format via a dropdown.

Question Name: Create a column header to represent this question on your reports.


Answer Format Types

  • Free Form Text: Provides a text box to submit free form alphanumeric answers.
  • Dropdown (single): List for a single answer response. 
  • Dropdown (multiple): List for multiple answer selection.
  • Radio: Provides a button for a single response, e.g., "Yes" "No." 
  • Checkbox: Provides a list of answers to choose from. Multiple answers may be selected. 
  • Disclaimer Statement Without Checkbox: Such as a Privacy Notice. No action required from attendees. 
  • Opt-in Statement with Checkbox: Similar to Statement but requires attendees to check a box to verify they have read it.
  • Rating - Agreeability scale: "Strongly Agree" to "Strongly Disagree."
  • Rating - Quality scale: "Very poor" to "Very good."
  • Rating - Star scale: A rating of 1 to 5 stars.
  • Calculated Look-up Value: - displayed in reports - associate additional information with a Registrant's answer to a question. Not displayed to Registrants.

Learn more about the Unified Question Bank.


This section displays your File Repository. Any type of file may be uploaded, and Files in your File Repository may be attached to any of your events. 

Screenshot: Main Files dialog.My Files/Portal Files: Displays files by Organizer-level or Portal-level files. * 

Portal-level: Files are available to any Organizer and Administrator on your Portal.

*Organizers have their personal files and portal files displayed together. Administrators will see "My Files" and "Portal Files" (as shown)




EventBuilder's reporting tools equip Administrators and Organizers to collect Event and Registrant data, providing you with detailed analytics.

EventBuilder takes the privacy and security of your data seriously. We have internal procedures and processes in place for maintaining compliance with applicable laws regarding data processing and security protocols.

Available Event-level Reports 

Event Activity: Overview of all scheduled events with attendance counts. 
Registrant Activity: Information collected from Registrants at the time of Registration and Live Event Polling & Survey questions from EventBuilder Streaming Events. 
Recording View Activity: Registrant views of a recorded Event. (Not available for free-level subscribers)
Messages Activity: (Available for Streaming Mode only) Questions and responses from Attendees and Moderators/Presenters with time stamps. (Suite-level subscribers only.)

Screenshot: Main Reports dialog.


Event-level Reports are accessed through the Events View by clicking on the report icon next to each Event:





Available Portal-level Reports (Suite subscribers only)

Event Activity: View data from multiple Events across the Portal.
Registrant Activity: View Portal-wide Registrant data, including Attendance status.
User Activity: Gather information on Portal User Accounts. 

Portal-level reports are accessed through the Reports option on the left navigation: 

Screenshot: Reports main dialog.


Cancel or Reschedule your Event 

Before you cancel your Event, please make sure to review the cancellation email on that Event. You can find this email in the Communication step on your Event build. Once you cancel the Event, the cancellation email will be sent automatically to each of your Registrants. 

To cancel your event, click on Events on the left-hand navigation. Locate the Event you wish to cancel and click the Trash icon next to it. 

Screenshot: Delete Event dialog.

window will appear explaining Deactivating versus Deleting Events. A simple editor is included to customize your messaging. Select the option best suited for your situation.

Image transcript: Deactivating an Event will remove it from your active Event list but preserve its data. You may customize the text displayed when your deactivated Event registration page is accessed. To reactivate the Event, click on the information icon from the Event list. Deleting an Event will delete all data associated with that Event. Clicking Cancel below will close this window, and no action will be taken.

To reschedule your Event, click on the Event details page. Click on Schedule at the top and change the date and time. 

Screenshot: Reschedule Event dialog.





If you created your Event using your Outlook calendar, you can also reschedule or cancel the Event directly from there. 

Locate the original meeting invite.  Screenshot: Outlook meeting time dialog with the 'cancel meeting' and event dates highlighted.

To Reschedule, select the new date and time for your Event and click Send Update

To Cancel your Event, click Cancel Meeting

Note: If an Event is deleted from an Outlook calendar, the Event and all associated data is deleted from the Portal. If you don't want to delete all the data, consider deactivating instead of deleting. 

Learn more about Deactivating or Deleting Events.


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