At the top of the screen, tap + New and then Event in the menu.
Manage ticketing for your events, both large and small. UCare processes payments and helps you keep in contact with event attendees via SMS or email.
The location entered for Where will be displayed as a link on the event booking page; tapping it will open Google maps so that people can get directions.
Visibility determines how events display on the published events list. Hidden events aren’t displayed; Shared events can only be accessed by people with the link. Published and Featured events appear alphabetically, with featured events at the top of the list.
The event description should include basic event information; if you need to have more detailed information, such as information about a children’s program, then add it to the detailed description. The detailed description will only be displayed on the event booking page, not in the published events list.
The booking confirmation message will be displayed on the booking confirmation page and in the confirmation email; both will include a link to download the attendee’s tickets, while the email will include an invoice for the booking. For Australian and New Zealand churches, this will be a tax invoice. You can choose not to send the email, though this is recommended if you are charging for tickets.
If you are charging for tickets, then add your tax and contact information; this will be added to the invoices UCare sends with booking confirmation emails.
The promotional picture will be displayed next to the event on the published event list and on the event booking page; it can be any size you like and resized by UCare as needed.
Note: While terms are optional, they are recommended if you charge for tickets; attendees must agree to terms before their payment will be accepted — contact support for an example of the terms you may want to include.
Link to forms if you need to collect extra info from the person who registers for the event. You can also link your ticket types to forms if you need to collect information specific to a ticket type.
Link to processes if extra steps need to be tracked as part of registration. You can also link your ticket types to processes if the steps are specific to a ticket type. For example, a VIP ticket holder may need to be picked up from the airport; the steps to coordinate this can be set up as a process.
Link to Discount codes to enable those codes for all event ticket types. For example, you could have an “EarlyBird” discount for all registrations made two months before the event. You could also have a “Student” discount code that, when entered, reduces the cost by 50%.