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Getting started with Tito
Getting started with Tito

How to set up your Tito account and first event

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Written by Doc Parsons
Updated over a week ago

If you're looking to use Tito to sell tickets to your event, the first step is to sign up for a user account. It's free to set up an account and set up a test event to try out Tito's features. We don't charge anything until you start selling tickets.

You'll receive a confirmation email with a link to a video showing you how to get up and running in around 5 minutes. You can also watch the video here:

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Your user account is personal to you and requires you to set an email address and a password. We recommend having one user account per person, rather than sharing a login between people. This is more secure and allows you to know which person within your team has taken a particular action.


When you sign up as a user, you'll be asked to create and name your account. This is what all your events sit under. The name will usually be something like your company name. If you plan to run multiple events from the account, it's best to make the name generic and not include the year or location. Your account name appears in your Tito URL, and will be publicly visible.

Once you've set up an account, you can run multiple events from it, and invite multiple users. You can even create separate teams with access to different events. Learn how to manage your team.


Each event is self-contained and can have its own ticket-types, attendee list, customisations and so on. You can also duplicate an event once you've set it up.

To set up your first event, log in to Tito and click Create a new event. Give it a name and edit the suggested URL if you like, and then you're ready to customise your event. Find Learn more about how to set up your event here.

Still need help? Search our FAQs for instant answers. You can also leave a message for our support team by email or in-app, and we'll get back to you by the next working day.

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