The Form Attachment feature can be used to have guests upload files when submitting their RSVP to your event. Here, you can collect guest pictures, COVID-19 certificates and vaccination cards, or other additional documents that your event requires.
Account Owners, Admins, Event Hosts and Collaborators can upload, delete and download guest files via the browser. Check-in, Viewer and Executive roles can only download the files. Check here for more information about each role.
How to Enable Form Attachments
Go to the Form 'Composer' tab located at the right hand side of the browser and click on the 'Response Fields' section
Scroll down and Toggle the 'Attachments' button ON
Type in a preferred 'Display Name' and 'Description Text' (optional)
Click on 'Add Attachment' and on the pop up window select 'the Attachment Type' you will use and
Click the 'Save' button
How to Enable Guest Pictures on a Response Form or Consent Form
Follow steps 1 and 2 from the instructions above.
Scroll down and Toggle the 'Guest Picture' button ON and type in a preferred 'Description Text' (optional) and save the changes.
How to Upload Attachments via the Guest Profile
Via the 'Guests' section, click on the guest to take you to their Guest Profile
Go to the 'Attachments' Tab
Click on the gold 'Add Attachment' button
On the pop up window, upload the file and select/create the 'File Type'
Click 'Add Attachment' to save the file
Guests are also able to download, replace and delete their previously submitted files via the form if needed.
a) Attachment type name has a 80 characters limit only.
b) It is mandatory to select an attachment type.
c) Each attachment type will accept only one file.
d) There are 3 default types for attachments which you can change the display name:
Proof of vaccination
e) The attachment type name can only be used once and should be unique. And you have an option to add one freely from the dropdown box.
f) Attachments have a 5MB limit and only accepts .pdf, .png, and .jpg/jpeg file extensions
g) Guest Pictures have a 5MB limit and only accepts .gif, .png, .bmp, and .jpg/jpeg file extensions
Pro Tip: For Enterprise users, you can save time from setting up the Form Attachments by creating it as an Account Template. Click here to learn more.