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How to Maintain Event Exclusivity (Privacy Control)?
How to Maintain Event Exclusivity (Privacy Control)?

Learn more about setting privacy controls to restrict access to specific details for your exclusive events.

Sarita Markande avatar
Written by Sarita Markande
Updated over a week ago

The need for privacy controls in event management is significant for many organizations. These controls can help with:Β 

  • Sharing additional details with your guests

  • Restricting access to exclusive event details

  • Offering a public listing while maintaining privacy.

Almabase acts as your virtual security guard to help you achieve these goals. Furthermore, the latest controls allow you to:Β 

  • Allow events that aren't dependent on login to maintain exclusivity.

  • List your events on a public platform but host them privately.

How it works?

We support three types of privacy settings:

  1. Public - Set to this level to make all event details, including the venue, available to everyone on the Event Page.

  2. Show to All Guests - Registered guests can view the event location and announcements in their registration details or guest kit.

  3. Show Only to Approved Guests - Only guests who have admin approval can view the event location and announcements.

You can apply these settings to the "Event Venue" and the latter two to "Announcements".

Guests see these details in their guest kit based on the privacy setting. While anyone can register, they will only see specific key details if their registration status matches the privacy settings.

Public details like the event date, description, sub-events, and tickets will remain visible to everyone, irrespective of the privacy setting.

The images below show where to choose the privacy levels and give approvals.

  • Event Venue

  • Announcements

  • Approvals

The "Show only to Approved Guests" setting will apply to "Announcements" only if the "Venue" has the same privacy level.

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