If you enabled the Attendee List feature in the Access Management Settings you'll need to upload your list and you can easily do that in a number of ways:
- Manual Entry - add attendees one by one, the only required field is the email (which is used to authenticate users). You can also fill out additional profile information like name, company, position, contact information, etc.
- Bulk Import - you can bulk import your attendee list from a CSV file, we provide a template for you to fill out. You can export a CSV with your attendee list from virtually any registration platform including Cvent, eTouches, RegOnline and others.
- Integration - we have direct integrations with Attendify Registration, Eventbrite, Cvent, RegOnline, Google Forms and etouches. If you're using either of those solutions to manage registration you can automatically pull in your attendee list.
To get started adding your attendees just click the "+ Add" button in the Social -> Attendees (Profiles if you have a branded app) management section for your app:
And select the option you want to use for upload:
Note: Enabling attendee list automatically locks down application's content for all unregistered users. You can manage the feature in the Settings->Access Management section of your dashboard.
Uploading Profile Photos
In some cases, you may want to upload your attendee's headshots in addition to their profiles. This can be easily accomplished with the bulk import feature. Here is how to do that:
Step 1. Select the "+ Add" button and then select bulk import on the pop-up screen. If you are just starting on uploading profiles to the app make sure that you refer to the sample CSV so you can see how the document should be properly formatted.
Step 2.If you are using our template you will see a column titled photo. This is where you will place the link for the photo.
Back on the profile screen drag and drop or select the file in CSV format to upload to the app. Then select add profiles to upload the profile.
Once that is done the photos will show in the profile space on their profiles.
Note: The image link does need to be one that allows it to be publicly shared without restriction and it should be hosted on a secured HTTPS server.