How to change default wording on your event page
You don't have sell 'tickets' to an 'event' to use Quicket. Customise your Quicket page by changing the default wording on your page to better suit your needs.
Start by logging into your Quicket account, go to
and click on the name of the event you're managing
. Then from the menu of your dashboard, choose
Your Quicket page by default will show the words event, events, ticket and tickets. Simply change these by entering your own terms that are more appropriate for your page.
Note that 'You need to register to buy tickets for this event' will only show on your page if you are using the registration feature (
more info on registrations here
), and 'Use a promotion code' will only appear if you've created any discount or access codes for your page (more on promotional codes here).
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