Create Event

Eventbrite is a global marketplace for finding and creating new events. Using this action, you can create a new event in your Eventbrite account. To achieve this, add this action to your canvas, and configure it. Select the appropriate access token for Eventbrite. 

To create a new event, you need to enter values for a few fields in the action. The fields are as follows:

Event name: Title of the event
Event Organizer ID: The ID of the organizer of the event
Event Start Date: Date (UTC) when the event will start
Event Start Time: Time (UTC) when the event will start
Event Timezone: Timezone in Olson format; e.g., America/Chicago, Australia/Hobart, Europe/London
Event End Date: Date (UTC) when the event will end
Event End Time: Time (UTC) when the event will end
Currency: Event currency in three letters (e.g., USD, GBP)

You can also enter other additional details about the event in the optional fields. The fields are as follows:

Event Description: The description of the event
Event Venue ID: The ID of a previously-created venue to associate with this event. You can omit this field or set it to null if you set online_event.
Only Online Event: Set to true of the event is an online event
Publicly listed: Set this to true if the event should be publicly listed and searchable
Logo ID: The ID of the logo for the event
Category ID: The ID of the category (event) under which the event should be created
Subcategory ID: The ID of the sub-category (event) under which the event should be created; US only.
Format ID: The format of the event
Shareable (Boolean): Set this to true if you wish to allow users to share this event on social media.
Invite only (Boolean): Set this to true if you want only invited users to view the event page.
Capacity: Specify the capacity of the event.
Event show remaining: Set this to true if you wish to display the number of available tickets publicly. 

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Once you have entered all the necessary details, click on 'Done' and run the workflow. This will create a new event in your Eventbrite account.

Output:
  • output-arrow eventbrite-128 Create Event
    • left-triangle name object
    • left-triangle description object
    • left-triangle id string
    • left-triangle url string
    • left-triangle start object
    • left-triangle end objec
    • left-triangle capacity number