10 Ticket Tailor features you need to know about in 2023

10 Ticket Tailor features you need to know about in 2023

2023 is in full swing, and as we welcome back many new and existing event organisers, we want to make sure that your ticketing process is as smooth as possible with Ticket Tailor. And what better way to do that than by making sure you're using the best tools at your disposal?

You might be thinking: “I’m not a tech-savvy person.”, or maybe you simply can’t keep up with our feature releases and want a quick refresh of what’s new.

That's why we've pulled together a list of our 10 most popular features that'll help you make the most of our platform this year. They're guaranteed to save you time and money – and who doesn't want that?

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2022: A year full of product improvements

2022: A year full of product improvements

If you thought last year’s product improvements were aplenty, just wait until you read our round-up for 2022!

It’s also been a year of big tech wins for Ticket Tailor: from launching our powerful API, to releasing a free website-builder tool: Flyah. We’ve released more new and improved features than ever before (95 to be precise!), each making selling tickets online that little bit easier so event creators have more time to focus on the things that matter: your events.

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Boost conversion with Stripe Link’s one-click payment

Boost conversion with Stripe Link’s one-click payment

We couldn’t say farewell to 2022 without one final product update, could we? Stripe Link is now automatically live in all Ticket Tailor box offices already connected to Stripe to collect ticket payments.

Stripe Link allows people who make purchases using Stripe to save their details for faster checkout. This means when they’re buying your event tickets their payment info will auto-fill, creating a fast, seamless and secure checkout experience.

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Forget about Ticket Tailor: Keep your events yours with a custom domain

Forget about Ticket Tailor: Keep your events yours with a custom domain

We know how important your own branding is to you when it comes to selling tickets online. This is why 765 of you are already using our White Label feature to hide the Ticket Tailor logo.

Don’t worry, we’re not offended. In fact, we've gone one step further by launching a brand new feature… You can now set up a custom domain!

Keep reading to find out why it’s worthwhile, and what steps you need to take to set it up today.

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Improved timeslot reporting with Ticket Tailor

Improved timeslot reporting with Ticket Tailor

Understanding your ticket sales is crucial to running successful events. When you’re selling tickets online to an event across multiple days and times, it can be tricky to keep track of which slots are selling well and which are flopping. So, we’ve made a number of improvements to our timeslot reporting to give you a better overview of exactly that.

Unlock operational efficiencies, maximise marketing opportunities, and minimise errors

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Ticket Tailor’s fully-fledged API is now live

Ticket Tailor’s fully-fledged API is now live

It’s here! To mark the launch of our API, we’ve launched an IPA 🎉.

After months in the making, the Ticket Tailor API is now live, giving event creators the ability to build powerful integrations with their own products or other third-party tools.

Already over 1,500 Ticket Tailor box offices have active API keys – and that’s something to raise a toast too! 🍻

Keep reading to find out how you can integrate and automate till your hearts content, and get your hands on a case of our limited edition API IPA brew!

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How UK charities can claim Gift Aid on donations with Ticket Tailor

How UK charities can claim Gift Aid on donations with Ticket Tailor

If you’ve ever sponsored someone in a charity sport event, it’s likely you’ve been asked whether or not you want to add Gift Aid to your donation. But what exactly is Gift Aid? UK-based charities and community amateur sports clubs (CASCs) can claim an extra 25p for every £1 donated from HMRC through Gift Aid, which can quickly add up and make a huge difference.

While it’s an easy way to boost voluntary donations, collecting a Gift Aid declaration is not always as straightforward to set-up as it should be. So, we’ve added a new feature to make it as simple as possible for charities selling event tickets online with Ticket Tailor to claim and report on Gift Aid.

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How to set your event capacity across multiple ticket types with Ticket Tailor

How to set your event capacity across multiple ticket types with Ticket Tailor

Have you ever run an event with multiple ticket types, and found yourself struggling to shift the last few? Or perhaps a single ticket type is oversubscribed, and another is proving unpopular. We’ve got a solution for that.

You can now set an overall event capacity across multiple ticket types, and start selling-out every time.

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Our latest product improvements: API endpoints, basket timeout speeds, and so much more

Our latest product improvements: API endpoints, basket timeout speeds, and so much more

We focus on providing an event ticketing platform that’s so easy to use, it’s forgettable. To do this, our team always looks for simplicity in everything we do. And we’re driven by your feedback to make sure that Ticket Tailor is the best online ticketing service out there (or at least we’d like to think so based on your reviews!).

It’s been a busy few week’s here at Ticket Tailor HQ, and our engineers have been working away behind the scenes on a bunch of improvements. We hope they’ll make your experience of selling tickets online that bit better.

Keep reading to find out how we’re improving your service.

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Offer in-person payment for your event ticketing with Ticket Tailor and Stripe Terminal

Offer in-person payment for your event ticketing with Ticket Tailor and Stripe Terminal

We’ve partnered with our payment provider, Stripe, to offer in-person payments with Stripe Terminal. Terminal lets you handle in-person payments with card readers that are ready to go out of the box, so you can start accepting payments right away.

While ticketing is progressively moving online, current research shows that up to 20% of event tickets are still sold at the door. Whether it’s for attendee convenience or to capitalise on impulse purchases, this demonstrates that accepting in-person payments opens up vast opportunities.

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