- Collect the Event ID and Form ID from your Goldcast Event
- Add an 'HTTP Request' Integration to your Splash Event
- Configure The HTTP Request
- Enable The 'HTTP Request' Integration
Collect the Event ID and Form ID from your Goldcast Event
From within the Registration section of your event, click the 'Change' button next to the blue Goldcast logo.
Select the 'Zapier Platform' logo, even presuming the data is not coming from Zapier.
Copy the Goldcast Form ID and Goldcast Event ID, which are both required fields for a successful registration post.
Add an "HTTP Request" Integration to your Splash Event
Within the Settings of the event, navigate to the Integrations tab.
Add an HTTP Request Integration to your Event Level Integration.
Configure The HTTP Request
Within the HTTP Request integration, navigate to the Request Settings page. You can leave the Authentication Type on the Authentication page as 'No Authentication'.
Change the name of the 'HTTP Request' to something meaningful like 'Register RSVP-Yes Guests for Goldcast Event'
Leave the HTTP method as POST and send the Postback URL to the following address:
Set the content type to application/x-www-form-urlencoded.
No headers are needed.
Keep the Trigger as Attendee and check RSVP Yes as the Action.
Map fields from your form to the form post field names below. Please take note of the fields that are required. You will need to make sure you include the appropriate values for Event ID and Form ID as a 'Custom' type Splash Object.
|First Name of the Goldcast Event User|
|Last Name of the Goldcast Event User|
|Email Address of the Goldcast Event User|
|Event ID of the Goldcast Event|
|Form ID of the Goldcast Event|
|company||Company Name of Goldcast Event User|
|title||Job Title of Goldcast Event User|
|linkedin_url||LinkedIn URL of Goldcast Event User|
Enable The 'HTTP Request' Integration
Once your integration is fully configured and saved, be sure to 'Enable' the integration.
For more details on how to configure Splash HTTP Request Integrations, visit these resources.