By enabling webhooks, you can tell Fienta to post data to third party systems whenever one of these events happen:
When someone buys a ticket or registers to a free event.
When a registration form is submitted after initial purchase.
When you validate a ticket and mark it as used using our mobile app, web interface or API.
As an example, you can use online automation platforms such as Integromat to set up a workflow, and after each ticket purchase this:
Adds the buyer to the list of meeting attendees on Zoom.
Adds the purchase as a new row in Google Spreadsheet.
Sends you a notification in Skype, Slack or Facebook Messenger.
If the buyer has subscribed to a newsletter, it adds them to your list in Mailchimp or Smaily.
After validating the ticket, you might want to:
Send your visitor a follow-up email with a feedback form, a few days after their visit.
Use Google Cloud Print to print out a name tag or show a personal welcome message during a conference check-in procedure.
You will find webhooks from Settings > Integration when logged in to Fienta.
Visit our API documentation for description and samples of data which is posted by the webhooks.