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Advanced features of the Digital Links page

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Updated by Antwonne D.

You can automate most of the activities for your online event with the Digital Links page. Attendees already receive reminders 48 hours before the event, 2 hours before the event, and when the event starts, but there are other features available to help your online event run smoothly.

— Make the webinar link available at the start of the event

You can set the show and/or hide time for each element on the Digital Links page. 1. Click “Add Text”. 2. Enter text to let attendees know the webinar link will be available at the start of the event. 3. Select the gear icon next to the text section. Then set the Hide Date and Hide Time to match the start of your event. 4. Click Apply. 5. Click “Add Webinar”. 6. Enter the webinar title, link, and optional preview image. 7. Select the gear icon next to the webinar section. Then set the Show Date and Show Time to match the start of your event. 8. Click Apply. 9. Save your changes. That’s it! Attendees will only see the webinar link when the event starts.

— Notify attendees that new materials are available

The Digital Links page supports the ability to notify attendees that new materials or links are available on the page. 1. Click the element you want to add to the page (e.g., use “Add File” to link to a document or handout). 2. Enter the details for the section. 3. Select the gear icon next to the section. Then set the Show Date and Show Time to match when you want the section to show on the page. 4. Tick the box to “Notify attendees when this link is shown”. 5. Click Apply. 6. Save your changes. 7. Check the file sharing permissions of any file you added to the Digital Links page to make sure attendees can access it. That’s it! Your attendees will only see the section at the date and time you set. They’ll also be notified when the section is available on the Digital Links page.

PRO TIP: Each section can send a notification email to attendees when it’s available. This can only be done once for the section.

NOTE: Do not set multiple sections to notify attendees at the same time.

— Attendees need to enter a universal code to enter the webinar or livestream

The show/hide feature makes it easy to provide an access code for a webinar or livestream on the Digital Links page. 1. Click “Add Webinar” or “Add Livestream”. 2. Enter the webinar or livestream title, link, and optional preview image. 3. Select the gear icon next to the webinar or livestream section. Then set the Show Date and Show Time to match the start of your event. 4. Next, set the Hide Date and Hide Time to the end of the event. 5. Click Apply. 6. Click “Add Text”. 7. Enter text to let attendees know the code to enter. 8. Select the gear icon next to the text section. Then set Show Date and Show Time to match the start of the event. 9. Next, set the Hide Date and Hide Time to the end of the event. 10. Click Apply. 11. Save your changes. That’s it! The text section with the access code will show on the Digital Links page when your webinar or livestream starts, but disappear when it ends. A couple of notes for livestreams: • Tick the option to “Embed livestream on Digital Links Page”. This lets attendees view your livestream directly on the Digital Links page. • If your livestream is private, attendees have to log into YouTube or Vimeo to view it. Add text to the Digital Links page to let them know if this is the case.

PRO TIP: The "eblink{Export Attendees=>https://www.eventbrite.hk/apps/zapier/}" app lets you sync your Eventbrite attendee information with Zapier's supported apps (like YouTube). Use it and enable the “eblink{Eventbrite + YouTube=>https://zapier.com/apps/youtube/integrations/eventbrite}” integration to get started.

— Restrict access to content by ticket type

For events with 2 or more ticket types created, you can restrict access to each element on the Digital Links page to specific ticket types. 1. Confirm you created at least two ticket types (under "Tickets"). 2. Select "Digital Links" (in the left-side menu). 3. Select the gear icon next to any section you want to limit access to. 4. Click the “Restrict access to” dropdown and tick the box next to the ticket(s) that should have access. 5. Click Apply. 6. Save your changes. That’s it! Only attendees that purchase the tickets you selected can see the related element and content on the Digital Links page. This is a great tool to add value for higher tier tickets and tickets created for specific groups.

NOTE: To create more than one ticket type, you need to use the eblink{Professional=>https://www.eventbrite.hk/organizer/professional} or eblink{Premium=>https://www.eventbrite.hk/organizer/premium} package.

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