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Can I manually add attendees?
Can I manually add attendees?

How to add and import attendees to Tito

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Written by Vicky Carmichael
Updated over a week ago

Selling tickets offline or started your ticket sales using a different platform? It's easy to manually add attendees to Tito and keep track of them in one place. You can either add them one at a time or import multiple attendees at once.

Add a single attendee

A screenshot of the Attendees section in Tito. There is a blue "+Add new" button.

Click on + Add new  above the search bar to add a new attendee manually. Fill in their details, select the relevant ticket type, and enter a price to show on the receipt. If you wish for the attendee to be notified, don't forget to enable this option at the bottom of the screen before hitting Save .

☝️Pro-tip: If you add an attendee manually, they will not be able to pay you via Tito. You'll need to invoice them separately.

Import multiple attendees

Click on the cog icon above the search bar to reveal the option to import attendees.

We'll prompt you to download our .csv template. Fill this in without changing any of the columns or headings. Enter a Y in the "Notify" column for each record if you would like them to receive an automatic confirmation email upon successful import. If you leave this cell blank, the attendee will not be sent an automatic email confirmation.

When you're done entering your data, save as a .csv or .xlxs file, and then drag it in to the drop area under Step 2. You'll be shown a dialogue box letting you know the progress and status of the upload.

A screenshot from the Import attendees section in Tito.

☝️ Pro-tip: For smooth imports, make sure the data you enter in the Ticket column in the template exactly matches existing ticket types you've set up in Tito. See this article for troubleshooting common issues.


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