Multiple registration forms

When organizing an event with a wide variety of audiences, it may be necessary to have different registration forms for specific groups of attendees. With InEvent's Attached forms feature, you can set up different registration forms for different groups of attendees.

This article will guide you in preparing and creating multiple registration forms (tailored to different audiences) using Attached forms.


To set up different registration forms for specific groups of attendees using Attached forms, it is necessary to configure the following features in your event:

Enabling Invite requirement

Before configuring registration forms, check that the Invite requirement feature is enabled in the platform. To do so, complete the following steps:

  1. Navigate to Marketing > Registration > Registration form from the Event level.
  2. Click on Settings under Registration form on the left hand panel.
  3. Click on Edit and scroll down to Invite requirement under the Settings section.
  4. Tick the checkbox to enable the feature.
  5. Press End to save your changes.
Enabling invite requirement

Invite requirement can also be configured from the Settings > tools page.

Creating a custom list of attendees

After enabling the Invite requirement feature, you can proceed to define groups to which you will assign questions. This is achieved by creating a Custom list.

For instructions in creating a custom list of attendees, refer to this article.

Creating a Registration form with common questions

After setting up a Custom list of attendees, you can proceed to set up a Registration form with common questions for all audience.

Refer to this article for complete instructions in configuring form questions.

Creating unique questions using Attached forms

Once you have configured the prerequisites above, you can proceed to set up Attached forms to assign unique questions for attendee groups defined by custom lists.

Complete instructions on how to create, add questions and add sections to Attached forms are available in this article.

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