You can import event registrations through the Import tool as an activity. Once imported, you can segment down on this donation data by going to Audience > Segments > Activity > Event > Has Registered.
To import events in Crowdskout, first, make sure that your CSV is formatted correctly to import. There are seven fields that can be imported for an event registration
- Date Registered -- this needs to be formatted in numeric form such as ##/##/####
- Event Title -- this is a custom text field and can be named anything
- Event Date -- this needs to be formatted in numeric form such as ##/##/####
- Event Description -- this is a custom text field and can be named anything to describe the event
- Event URL -- this is where you note the URL of the event in a URL format
- Ticket Name -- this is a custom text field that allows you to name it anything
- Discount Code -- this is a custom text field that allows you to name it anything
Once you have finished formatting your file, save it as a CSV and drag/drop your CSV to the import tool. Map each column to each field in the Import Tool and when you come to the columns with event registration information, select from the drop-down menu under Activity > Event Registration.
Click on the Event Registrations folder to get the mapping options:
Add a global column to any event registration field that applies to the entire import. For example, if your entire file has a "Event Title" as "Crowdskout Test Event" you can apply that title to the entire file. Click "Make Global Value" as seen here and add the event title in the next column.
Type in the Event Title in the next field:
Once you’ve finished mapping out your CSV, proceed with inspecting, processing, and importing the file.
Once your file has imported, each event registration will show up in the Activity
Timeline in a profile.
You also have the option to directly append this interaction on someone's profile by clicking into their profile > New Interaction > Event Registration
Click on the drop down and select "Event Registration."