We want it to be super easy to get the info you need into Batchbook. Whether you’re importing from a webform, connecting your email marketing software, or sending data to your accounting software, we want Batchbook to be a useful hub for all the info that’s coming and going.
To this end, we recently upgraded our Eventbrite integration, making it a hands-off connection that does the heavy lifting for you.
Searchable event details
Most importantly, useful event details are now imported from Eventbrite right into Batchbook.
- Whether the contact registered for your event
- Whether they attended
- What ticket type they ordered
- A link back to the event dashboard in Eventbrite
Storing info like this in Batchbook means that you can search and build lists based on it! Need to see everyone who came to your June event? Easy-peasy. Want to put folks who bought your Premium Package on a special mailing list in MailChimp? Can do.
Each event gets its own custom field set, so you can easily find everyone who attended an event, or drill down to some of those more specific segments, like which kind of ticket they ordered.
Automatic order updates
After you connect the integration, any new attendees who get a ticket will automatically be added to or updated in Batchbook, along with their event details.
This keeps your contact hub current with the latest details on who’s coming to which event. And remember, you can filter right on the contact page to see everyone who registered. Just find the event name in the Custom Field Sets section.
All the other good stuff, too
Even though this is an upgrade, we’ve been careful to keep all the features you’ve come to rely on, like:
We hope you enjoy these upgrades as much as we have. Let us know what you think!