Cvent is phasing out Classic registration forms in favor of Flex and Express events. Are you prepared? Transition Classic events to Flex (or Express, if applicable) soon to avoid the frustration and stress of learning the upgraded tool under a tight deadline.
Collecting money through Cvent? Follow four easy steps when setting up paid events to ensure transactions go through and the money comes back to you.
Those of you who have created events in Cvent before might notice a slight change to the process starting Feb. 15 2021. Events must be created using a pre-existing template or event, rather than from scratch.
Your Cvent access aligns with your role and the additional products your group may have purchased.
We want to give eComm users autonomy wherever possible, but there are a few pieces that require a request to an eComm specialist.
We know our eComm specialists and users understand the importance of CAN-SPAM and intend to follow it. But sometimes, mistakes can occur that lead to a violation. Learn about common ways to violate CAN-SPAM so you can avoid them. We highly recommend this wiki and the associated quiz as an annual refresher.
The Portal makes Cvent Reports available to stakeholders via a secure login. These free licenses grant individuals access to specific Reports that can be viewed in real-time and filtered or exported as needed. Follow three steps to get started.
Cvent's reporting upgrade has provided an enhanced interface for generating reports. While the same event and cross-event data is available, the look and feel of the reporting tool has leapt into the future.
Navigating to Reporting in Cvent varies slightly depending on the type of event you've created. After that - running, customizing and saving a Report behaves the same, regardless of the event type.
One of the eComm specialist’s roles in Cvent includes managing how stakeholders can access Cvent data in real-time, without a steep cost. Follow the steps below to create Portal Users and Publish Reports there for easy access.

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