The Brella registration process step by step

The attendee registration consists of four steps, which all participants need to follow in order to join a Brella event.

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⭐Note: The registration process is fixed and cannot be altered. However, you will have the chance to add your own content in steps 1 and step 3.

The attendee registration in one video

participant registrtion for a brella event



Definition of the registration steps

When attendees join Brella, they go through a set of onboarding actions to ensure their event profile is set up optimally and network as efficiently as possible.

1. Welcome Page

This is the first page that participants see when they will start joining your event in Brella. It will contain your event banner uploaded on the Details page and a brief introduction to the platform, followed by start setting up your profile.

If participants click Set up my profile, they will be prompted to choose their availability for the event, choose matchmaking categories and interests that will match theirs with other participants. As the last step, they can finalize creating their profile for the event specifically. In the next step, we show you how the process follows.

If participants click I'll do this later, they will be asked to confirm their choice. After they press "Yes, I'll do it (networking) later," they will be directed immediately to the Event home page. When this option is selected, there will be some functionality limitations.

⭐Tip: Suggest sponsor representatives to opt-in networking from the first time they created their own profile. This will allow them to be displayed in their virtual booth; otherwise, they will not.

2. Availability Page

This step, in particular, is focused on your participant's attendance and networking availability. Attendees need to choose their participation dates, as this positively affects the networking experience by reducing the number of unanswered meeting requests.

The availability page will include all of your event's days, including all meeting slots and content slots created.

3. Interests page

Attendees need to choose the right categories and interests to connect with the right people at your event. This step focuses on displaying all the matchmaking categories that you created to help your attendees find the right match and have meaningful connections for their business endeavors.

To learn more about how this step functions, visit this page to explain everything about Brella matchmaking.

4. Profile page

This is the last step of the registration process, focusing on finalizing the Brella profile specifically for your event. In this step, participants will have to write a personal introduction and select the countries where they operate. Once that is done, they can continue by clicking Start networking, and will be directed to the Event Home page.

5. Landing page: Event Home

After the attendees finalizes their profile, they will land on the homepage. This page will allow you to customize the first page of the event to prioritize sponsors, See our tips on how to make the most of this feature here.

Attendee registration methods

At Brella, we have two types of attendee registrations that you can choose from:

  1. Open join code/URL
    • Anyone who has this open link can join the event. Highly suggested to be used when there is NOT a strict attendee cap in Brella. 
  2. Invite-only
    • Anyone who has a unique join code provided by you can join the event. Highly suggested to be used when there IS a strict attendee cap in Brella.





Last updated on June 2021. 

Written by Stephanie Campano Valenzuela. 

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