How to create a recurring event

How to create a recurring event

Your event is a series scheduled over multiple times or dates. No need to set up separate event pages - you can list each segment of your event on the same event page with our Recurring Events feature.

To start, go to our homepage, then click Organise Events in the navigation bar and select Create Event. If you're already logged into your Quicket account you can also click on your email address and select  Create Event  from the dropdown.

( Click here if you need registering a Quicket account, or click here if you need general help creating an event.)

You'll only set your event dates once you get to the second page of creating your event, Event Details. 

First provide your event name and description, then to set up multiple dates for your event, click 'Schedule a series of events' in the event date block. 

Click 'Add dates', and you'll see a modal with the  options to select daily , weekly , monthly , or single date . Selecting daily , for instance, creates daily dates for your event. Choose the times of the event, and if the event repeats on the Same day , next day , or 2nd day , etc.

The above selection, for instance, would create a series of events that repeats every Wednesday starting 12 September 2018 from 10:00am to 12:00pm until 10 October 2018.

Important to note:

Multiple payments for multiple events: Organisers creating a series of recurring events will receive payment for each event in the series. E.g., if you have a series of three events over the course of three weeks, you will receive one payout for each individual event within 3 working days of each event ending.

Creating ticket types: In a recurring series of events, you won’t be able to create different ticket types for each event. The ticket types that you create will apply to each event in the series. Your event capacity will also stay the same across the series.

Ticket orders: On the event page, ticket buyers will select the date of the event before selecting with ticket types they'd like to order. This means that if ticket buyers want to purchase tickets for multiple dates, they will need to go through multiple transactions, one for each date they are attending.

Managing your recurring event

Note that your event dashboard will by default show the the guests and reports for all of the events in the series. To see information for each individual event, just select the event from the dropdown menu at the top of the reports on your dashboard homepage.

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