How To Look For Events And Attendees And Export Them Using Eventbrite and Google Sheets

You've probably noticed that we focus a lot on project management. Management, however, is not just about projects. Event management is another sphere where Cloudpipes could add to your success thanks to our Eventbrite integration. Imagine a way to automatically check for events and attendees, and then quickly store the found information in your spreadsheet. Wouldn't that come in handy? With today's post we're going to demonstrate how to turn that idea into an automated workflow.

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Our pipeline begins with Search Events.

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Here we can always add more criteria such as organizer, description, place an URL, or even specify if our event is "invites only".

From Cloudpipes will do an automatic search for attendees for each found event.

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If needed we could specify what sum the attendees paid, if the registrations were canceled and/or refunded, and we can even point out the ticket class.

Once we have all the attendees sorted out, we'll export them into a spreadsheet.

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This simple workflow schema will provide you with all the basic information regarding your event's attendees. We suggest exploring our pipeline editor, and trying all the exclusive functionality that we added recently.

This is just one of many ways of combining Eventbrite and Google Sheets using Cloudpipes. Know a better way of using these two? Drop us a line!

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