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Registration and Billing Users

By Ngage.ai Support
March 2, 2023

webMOBI is a powerful software as a service (SaaS) solution that simplifies event management for organizers. One of its key features is the ability for billing users to register attendees on behalf of others, making it easy for large groups to sign up for events. However, it is important to note that attendees who are being registered must have unique email addresses. In this article, we will explore how user registration and billing works in webMOBI.

User Registration - When an attendee registers for an event, they provide their basic personal information such as their name and email address. This email address serves as the unique identifier for each attendee, allowing them to receive updates and communications related to the event.

Billing User - Registration In addition to attendee registration, webMOBI also allows billing users to register attendees on behalf of others. Billing users can enter their email address multiple times and register multiple attendees. This is particularly useful for organizations that need to register large groups of attendees for an event.

Unique Email Addresses It is important to note that each registered attendee must have a unique email address. This ensures that attendees receive important event information and communications, and helps organizers avoid any confusion or errors related to attendee registration. When a billing user registers multiple attendees, they should ensure that each attendee has a unique email address.

In summary, webMOBI provides a convenient user registration and billing system that streamlines event management for organizers. By ensuring that each registered attendee has a unique email address, organizers can better communicate with attendees and avoid any potential registration errors. If you have any further questions about user registration or billing in webMOBI, please don't hesitate to reach out to our customer support team.

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