Below is the information that needs to be decided on and provided to your Cadence Customer Success Manager in order to kick off the integration and start pulling your Eventbrite attendee registrations into your Cadence event. In short, you'll need:


Attendee registration fields to be mapped

Simply put, decide what attendee info you want to be sent from Eventbrite and how you want it mapped in Cadence. Here's a sample:

Field Type

Eventbrite Field

Cadence Field

User/Attendee

first_name

First Name

User/Attendee

last_name

Last Name

User/Attendee

email

Email

User/Attendee

job_title

Position

User/Attendee

company

Company

Eventbrite Custom Question > Cadence Standard User Field

"What is your Twitter handle?"

Twitter Handle

Eventbrite Custom Question > Cadence Custom User Field

"What is your favorite cuisine?"

Favorite Cuisine

Additionally, there may be information you are capturing during the registration process that you want used to assign attendees to Groups in Cadence for the purposes of social interaction and/or bulk assignments to Schedule Items or Tracks.

Field Type

Eventbrite Field

Cadence Field

Eventbrite Custom Question > Cadence Event Group

"What Industry are you in?"

  • Education

  • Medicine

  • Technology

Event Groups

  • Education

  • Medicine

  • Technology


Cadence Registration or Welcome Email decision

Decide if you want your event Registration Confirmation Email or Welcome Email sent as attendee registrations are pulled in from Eventbrite to Cadence or if you want neither. If you want this enabled you'll just need to confirm you have the relevant email customized to your liking before the integration is turned on.

The other option is to have this left off to start then have it scheduled to be turned on once you are ready to welcome attendees into the event.


Your Eventbrite API Key

Lastly, use your Eventbrite API key to create the connection and get things talking. You can simply visit https://www.eventbrite.com/platform/api-keys to find it.

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