Using Quicket's API
Quicket provides an Application Programming Interface (API) which provides a limited subset of functions to developers wishing to extend the Quicket platform into their own applications. For more information on the Quicket API, refer to the API ...
How to send more comps and RSVPs than Quicket's default limit
If you're planning to send more than 200 complimentary tickets or 200 RSVPs to your event, then you'll need to link a Mandrill account to your Quicket account. For help setting up your Mandrill account: ...
What are web hooks? Web hooks allow Quicket to send a message to another system when certain actions take place. The actions are called hooks. Quicket currently provides four hooks for your event: 1. User started a check out 2. Check out was ...
How to set up your Zapier integration
You'd like to connect your Quicket event to other services so that you can do things like automatically add a guest to your CRM when they buy a ticket or get an SMS when a VIP checks in at the gate. Integrate your Quicket event with Zapier and choose ...
How to sell tickets from your own website
Simply install Quicket's ticket widget on your website, and turn your site visitors into ticket buyers. Start by logging into your Quicket account, and go to Organiser Hub -> Manage Events then click on the name of your event. Once in your event ...
How to link your Quicket guest lists to your Mailchimp lists
Stay connected to your guests and keep them informed about your upcoming event by linking your MailChimp account with your Quicket event. No more downloading guest lists to manually import to MailChimp; once connected, Quicket can automatically sync ...