When you create splash pages, as well as social media logins you can add a registration form as a login method. Within the form settings you can configure the fields on the form and choose which fields appear and which fields are mandatory.
Note: The Mobile No. field cannot be changed to telephone number, to add telephone number as an option on the form use Custom fields.
To show one of the default fields on your form use the Enabled slider, to make the field mandatory use the Optional slider. You can change the order of the questions with the grab handles .
The following options are also available:
Add section header
Adds a heading to a question or group of questions, this helps to break the form content up into sections.
Add custom field
If the standard fields don't capture the information that you require, you can add your own custom fields, Selection and Boolean must be preconfigured within Custom Fields. Select from one of the following:
Short registration form example
Short WiFi Registration Form
You may want to give your visitors easy access to the WiFi and get them online quickly, for example, an event or conference where visitors have already registered to attend. Visitors have to agree to the terms and conditions when they connect to the WiFi so the login cannot be removed and you cannot pre-register visitors, however you can reduce the registration form to just the email field to provide an efficient login method.
Click Onboarding > Splash pages and select the required splash page.
Click the edit button on Form to open the Form Settings.
Ensure Email is enabled and all other fields are not enabled.
- Click Save, to save the splash page click Save again. You must ensure this splash page is part of an Access journey.
You may want the visitor to qualify the login with the event name or event code, you can do this with a custom field. To add a custom field:
Within Form Settings click Add custom field.
For a free text field, you can choose Text, the information the visitor enters is stored within Marketing > CRM, you can export this information after the event to compare this with the registration details of the clients.
Alternatively, you can use Custom fields give the visitor a selection of events to choose from as a drop-down or list of check boxes.