Currently, in One-Event apps you have the following option for protecting the app's content and privacy:

  1. Attendee List - You can limit the ability to register in the app and access its content to a specific list of attendees. After submitting your app you will be able to manage your attendee list via file upload, integration with Eventbrite, Cvent, RegOnline, and Google Forms. You can change the list anytime. For an extra layer of security, you will have an option to set up email verification - attendees will have to click on the verification link sent to their email address to confirm their identity. Enabling attendee list automatically locks access to the application's content for all unregistered users. For further instructions on uploading the attendee list, follow this link.
  2. Web App Password Protection - you can optionally lock access to your WebApp by setting up password protection. Note that you'll need to share the password with attendees in an external communication.

Both settings are available on step 3 of the app building process and updated anytime and do not require the app to be reviewed by Apple or Google.

When an attendee who's email hasn't been added to a list of profiles is trying to access the app he gets a prompt with an email of a person he can contact to help him gain access to the app. By default, this is the email associated with your Attendify account, but it can be changed at any time in the Access Management Settings after the app is submitted.

After publishing your app you can change access management settings, to learn how read this article.

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