Feature of the Month: Eventbrite App

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Feature of the Month: Eventbrite App

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Managing event data can be a struggle for most campaigns since it involves importing and exporting spreadsheets from one system to another. Last week, CMDI announced a new app that syncs Eventbrite to Crimson that makes it easier for campaigns to manage the data needed for compliance as well as the information needed when planning and running events.

Here’s how to use the new Eventbrite app that’s now available in the CrimsonMarket

Connect Eventbrite to Your Crimson Account

1. From the Crimson dashboard, click on My Apps and choose Eventbrite.

2. Click on the orange Connect button.

3. You will be asked to log into your Eventbrite account or set one up.

4. Once you are logged in, Eventbrite will ask your permission form Crimson to access your account. Click on the green Allow button to continue.

How to Connect Eventbrite to Crimson

 

Once your account is linked, your data should automatically sync every hour. However, you still need to decide how each event will be added to Crimson. You have several options:

How to import events from Eventbrite

1. Event Manually Imported

Select the  import event  button, and a pop-up window will appear with several options for adding the event. Click on the orange button. If you have already manually imported data for an event into Crimson, do NOT link the event now. It will create duplicate data. 

The  manual import   button will appear to show that your event will be manually imported.

2. Find and Link Crimson Event

If you have already created a Crimson event to link, then use the Event Lookup tool to search and apply that event using the event’s name.

3. Link to a New Event

If you haven’t already created a corresponding Crimson event, then use the Link to a New Event button to create a new one. A new window will pop up asking you to enter information about the event to set it up in Crimson.