We know that as an event organizer, you have a lot on your mind. That’s why we strive to make it as efficient as possible to set up events, help you quickly find the data and tools you need, and take care of all the hard stuff, so you can focus on having a successful event.
We’re very excited to share this week that we’re rolling out 2 major improvements to the Manage page that will make your life as an Eventbrite event organizer even easier.
Event Dashboard: Your New Home Base
The top questions running through most event organizers’ minds are “How much money have I made?” “How many tickets have I sold?” Now, it’s easier to get a quick pulse on how things are going with the new Event Dashboard!
You’ll also see the status of your event, such as “Live!” when your tickets are on sale, and the privacy setting for your event, such as “Public” to indicate that anyone can find your event in Eventbrite’s directory and search engines. It’s easy to analyze your key results and take immediate action to improve your performance.
More Intuitive Navigation for Features
We gave our left navigation on the Manage page a facelift to help you easily find the tools you need to manage your event. Through countless hours of user experience testing and hearing from our customers, we created smarter groupings of our features to offer a more intuitive navigation.
You’ll now see all features in these groupings: Modify Order Options, Invite & Promote, Analyze, Communicate, Manage Attendees. We haven’t removed any features, but you might be wondering where the “Add Ticket Form to Website” or “Create Buttons for Event” have gone. You can find all of these links, buttons, and forms to add ticketing and registration to your own site under the “Website Integration” section.
We offer a lot of tools to help you spread the word about your event in the Invite & Promote section and different ways to Communicate with your attendees; maybe even some you didn’t know about before! So take a closer look and try out these tools when you’re organizing your next event.
Let us know what you think on Twitter, Facebook, or in the comments below.