Create an Easter Egg Hunt Registration Form

 

Design a registration form for the Easter Egg Hunt to streamline the planning process for this event! This form enables members of your congregation to secure their spot in the Easter Egg Hunt and allows you to plan accordingly.  

 

 

The first place to go, is your dashboard, then on the left-hand side click Forms tab and then the Create Form button.  

 

From here you will select the Children’s Event form, then title your form.  

 

 

Once you are in the Form Manager, you can add a Background Banner, Header Image, and customize the description of your form with information you want the registrant to know.

 

 

You can drag and drop field sets on your form to be in the order of your choice. Click the Configure setting on each field set to create changes within that field set.  

 

From here you can edit the form as needed. We removed some details to keep it simple for the Egg Hunt and changed the Last Grade Completed dropdown box to an age group to easily monitor group sizes. To delete a box simply hit the x button and to edit Hit the gear icon. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can go to Form Properties at the bottom of the screen for more features. You can add background colors, change fonts etc in Advanced Theme and create email notifications in Email.

Send Confirmation to Form Submitter will ensure the submitter receives confirmation that you can customize to include all their form responses or a simple thank you. 

 

Send Notification to Staff or Volunteers allows you to make sure form submissions are forwarded to the email(s) of your choosing. This is helpful for ensuring staff or volunteers who are not administrators in Giving or People can receive notifications and respond to submitters accordingly. 

 

 

 

 You can preview your form before hand at the bottom of the screen 

Before you are done, don’t forget to click Save and Publish to make your form visible to all.  When you publish you will be given options to share your form. QR codes, links and embedded codes.  

 

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