How to Setup the Registration/ Landing Page for an Event on DC Mixhub?

1. Select a Theme for your Landing Page

Go to your Events dashboard > About event > Landing Page.

Customize your landing page in any of the two different layouts options:

  • Standard theme: consist of a single banner on the left side of the screen and registration details on the right side.

  • Microsite theme: This theme includes details about events such as mention of speakers, schedule, exhibition booth and many more items to be shown.

2. Registration style:

There are two ways to define the login format of the event.

Registration-based: The organizer can share the URL with the public. Attendees have to register themselves for the event, either before the event starts or during the event; this is suitable for a type of event where anyone with the link can enter.

Invite-based: Only specific people who have been invited through email can join; for this, the organizer would need to upload a CSV file in the attendee >invite attendee section.  A link has been provided for your reference.

3. Setup the Branding of Registration/Landing page:

  • Layout1: Basic

  • Layout2: Microsite

  • Branding Guide

  • Recommended dimensions: 16:9.

  • Supported File Formats:.jpg,.jpeg,.png

  • File Size: Up to 5 MB

4. Event login/check-in time activation

Check in time = activate login. At what time before the event would you be allowing attendees to see the event interface after logging in?

5. Form Fields

Input Fields = Editing the Custom Registration Form.

You can customize the registration forms to get the desired information from your attendees at event registration.

Note: Name, email, and phone number are mandatory fields for any profile that needs to be created on MixHub.

To collect data in a custom field, click on "Add New Field" and follow the steps given in the image below (you can choose to have these fields be mandatory or optional according to your preferences, and you can add any number of questions you would want to collect from your attendees).

On the left side, type the name of the form field that will be displayed for attendees to fill out, up to 100 characters.

On the right side, select the field type and add options:

  1. Short answer: The form field that requires a descriptive answer by the attendee.
  2. Dropdown/single select: This component is used to enter a label for the field and add a title for the options. The user can select only one of the options. Some examples are gender and the highest level of education.
  3. Multi-select: This component is used to enter a label for the field and add a title for the options. The user can select multiple options. Some examples include areas of interest and job location preferences.

    You can add a minimum of 2 options and a maximum of 100 options using the comma-separated feature.

Example: If my multi-select question to attendees is:

Are you interested in

a) cars, b) bikes, or c) trucks?

Then, while adding the options in the registration form, I will add all the fields' comma-separated values.

The appearance of the form question on the attendee registration form would look like the below image:


  1. Number: Some questions require only numeric entries to be submitted, such as age, mobile number, and pin code.
  2. Country: In a global virtual event, it's also important to know the geography of attendees to understand their profiles.
  3. State/city: At times, to collect specific location details, if you would like to collect the details of state and city, you can select that as a form field.
  4. Consent/disclaimer: Add a text for the consent label and a link to your website, privacy policy, terms of service, or any other web page.

4. Tracking Registration Source:

  1. UTM, or Urchin Tracking Module, is the simplest way to use codes in event URLs to track the event registrant's analytics data, such as source, medium, content, campaigns, and much of the event entry traffic, which will in turn help the organizers to promote their events effectively.

    DC Mixhub offers organizers the ability to create UTM parameters from the same backend itself and not use any third-party marketing tools.

    To create UTM tracking codes, follow these steps:

    Event dashboard> About event> Landing page > Theme > Info > Click on the UTM generator.

5. Sponsor Logos and Hyperlinking to their Websites

From here, you can create multiple UTM codes to track the source, medium, and campaign of the registrations and download an Excel sheet of all UTM-enabled links to share with different teams to use UTM tracking.

Event Sponsors:

Add sponsors' logos and hyperlink the same with their websites, LinkedIn profiles, etc.

6. FAQs 

  • On which registration page are the event sponsors and exhibitors schedules visible? 
  • Microsite theme

  • How many custom registration form fields can I create on MixHub?
  • Unlimited

  • How many drop-down options can I create in the form fields?
  • Unlimited

  • After registering, does DC Mixhub send emails to attendees?
  • Yes

  • How many event sponsor logos can I add?
  • Unlimited

  • Character limit for registration form questions:
  • 100 characters for each question.

If you require further assistance, you can contact DC Mixhub's support team at or access their 24/7 Support Lounge.

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