Before you can learn how to actually create an event on Hopin, you'll need to create an account and an organization on the platform. In this video we'll show you how:
Welcome to Hopin. We're glad you're here. And we want to make sure you put on your best event. Before you can start to build your event, you'll need to create your account and set up your organizer profile. And that's exactly what I'll show you in this video. Unless your account has been set up with help from our sales team,
you'll need to create an account to do this. Navigate to Hopin’s website and click the sign up free button here. Here you can see all the ways you can create an account. Click in sign up with email requires you to enter in your information manually. After you create your account, find and select the billing tab here to upgrade to a plan that best fits your event.
The next step is to create an organization. Think of an organization as the profile all your events will live under. Back on your account Overview page, select the one you created during setup on the left. You can also add another organization if you need, by clicking the Add new organization button. This is helpful if you want to try another plan or want to keep the events you run separate.
Within each organization you have an overview page as well as these other tabs that I will walk you through. The overview page is the default page that shows you a snapshot of your events and account. Events will list all of your events on this page. You can also create new events from this page. The attendees page allows you to export all your attendee data.
This gives you a solid measurement of your reach as an organizer. The profile page allows you to make changes to your organization. You can change the name, email and about. Make sure you add your website and socials so your attendees can keep in touch with you. The integrations page gives you access to our partners and helps you make your event memorable.
This page gets updated frequently, so keep checking back for new integrations. If you see something you use not listed here, be sure to request an integration here on the billing page. You can change your plan and connect to Stripe. Connecting to Stripe allows you to sell tickets to your event, and revenue is a great way to measure event success.
Last is the team page. If you're plan allows for it, you can add additional event organizers to help out with your events here. If you follow these steps by clicking the link here, you should be able to see your organizer profile on any of your events Registration Pages. Now that your account is created and your organizer profile is set up, it's time to create your first Hopin event.
You can check out our resources on event creation and more on Hopin Learn. Thanks so much for watching this video.