Using Webhooks

In simple terms, webhooks are a way to connect two applications by pushing data from one to another. In our case, the first application is of course Swoogo and the other application is whichever application you want the data to be pushed to (ie. Slack, Marketo, Eloqua, your internal CRM, etc.)

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Intro to Virtual Page Types

If your event is Virtual or Hybrid and you’ve enabled the EventHub as your Virtual Location option, Swoogo creates a set of Virtual Pages pre-configured for you to customize for your event. Here are the different types of virtual pages available within Swoogo for your virtual or hybrid event.

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Using Swoogo Live

Looking to implement an easy onsite check-in process? Use Swoogo Live! The Swoogo Live app allows you to check in your registrants, not only to the event but also to individual sessions. Here’s the tea.

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Privacy & GDPR Compliance

Swoogo welcomes the new requirements for security and data protection that the GDPR adds and ensures we fully comply with these regulations enforced since May 25, 2018.

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Using Swoogo Support

Here at Swoogo, people come for the product but stay for the support. Here’s why we are trusted by some of the world’s biggest brands.

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Virtual Event Features

Let’s break down a comprehensive list of what you can find in Swoogo to help you take your events virtual. Ready?

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Swoogo Waiting Rooms

Say goodbye to awkward silences and stall time before your event start time in Swoogo. For a seamless virtual event experience, enable the Swoogo Waiting Room (optional) page to hold all registrants before a session begins.

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Tax Settings & Integrations

Create as many tax rates as you need for your event in Swoogo! Our platform allows for multiple tax rates, to be used across multiple events. Here’s the run-down.

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Tracking Tools and Analytics

Let’s talk about the tools and analytics available for your use within Swoogo.Easily add Swoogo Analytics, Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Facebook Pixel, or your own custom tracking code on your site to track analytics!

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Using Rules (Unlimited Conditional Logic)

Easily add visibility rules or conditional logic to nearly any page, content widget (image/text/video/etc.), or field on your event site in Swoogo using our custom built-in visibility settings.

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Using the Session Builder

Swoogo’s custom session builder allows you to build out your event with lots of mini-events and provide an optional or required agenda to your registrants. Here’s how it works.

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Session Link Click Reports

Session Link Click Reports were added to Swoogo to help organizers provide more insights to their speakers about what participants did on their session page. Why?

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Adding Speaker Details in Swoogo

In Swoogo, easily add and assign speakers to sessions in your event. Here’s how.

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Sponsor Options & Management

Easily add and display your event sponsors and sponsor information on your event site in Swoogo. Here’s how.

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Using Swoogo Analytics

You’ve set up your virtual event in Swoogo, now you want to see how many people actually attended your event and which sessions they attended. Well, it’s your lucky day––we’ve just added the ability to track this data in Swoogo + more!

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Swoogo API Access

You can use our open API to access Swoogo API endpoints, which can get information on events, registrations, sessions, and more. Here are the basics.

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Creating Planner Alerts

Planner Alerts are a type of communication that can be set up to send out automatic email alerts to Swoogo users when certain conditions occur. Cool––but how?

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Managing Registrant Types

Create fully customized registration forms and personalized experiences in Swoogo for your attendees using registrant types. Let’s break this down.

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Building Registration Forms (Custom Field Types)

Want to add custom fields to your registration form, but not sure which fields will be best to collect the information that you need from attendees? Here’s our guide to each field. 

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