It’s been a busy year at Ticket Tailor! Our product and tech teams have shipped hundreds of goodies, each making selling tickets online that little bit easier so event creators have more time to focus on the important stuff: your events.Read More
We’ve just released the ability to hold tickets for your event.
As part of our mission to make selling your tickets as simple as possible, we have released a new feature that enables you to put some of your tickets on hold for an existing event.
You’re now able to hold back a portion of online tickets for each event you have published on Ticket Tailor
As and when you need to, you can release these tickets back into your online allocation.Read More
We’re always aiming to make the lives of event organisers easier, and our latest improvement should do just that!
Our broadcast feature is super handy for scheduling and sending announcements to your ticket buyers.
Now you can copy previous broadcasts, and reuse them for new events and online ticket sales.Read More
Our most recent ‘Can-crushing week’ has just passed, and this week we focussed on a lot of UX issues, to improve the experience of using Ticket Tailor.
(‘Can-crushing week’ is a week we dedicate to making small changes that will create big improvements. Read more about can-crushing in our blog post.)
Whilst you might not notice any major changes, your day to day usage of Ticket Tailor will be more frictionless and intuitive.
Why is good UX important to us?
UX issues are pain points in our platform that we notice are a bit clunky, and which can be slightly annoying for our event creators.
We are on a mission to be the best-loved ticketing platform in the world, and that means we want everyone who interacts with Ticket Tailor to enjoy the experience.
If we notice small inefficiencies, or workflows that could be improved, we are dedicated to improving them, so that all of our event creators get the best experience possible.
Our August ‘Can-crushing week’ flushed out some niggles.
For example, we made our White label pricing clearer on our billing page. We also improved the experience for recurring event organisers, by making it easier to schedule Broadcast emails and reducing the scrolling you might have done when adding online event links to upcoming occurrences. As well as this, if you’re publishing events from your event page, your page won’t jump to the top after changing your event from draft to published, or vice versa, like it did before.
We aim to keep Ticket Tailor jam-packed full of useful features, and at the same time simple and user friendly. We’ve heard from you that we do a great job, but if there is ever anything you think could be improved, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you host a recurring event with lots of time slots available in one day, chances are you’re pretty popular.
We’ve updated our waitlist capabilities so that potential ticket buyers can sign up for your waitlist, for all upcoming time slots on that day.Read More
A lot of event organisers need to collect important information from their ticket buyers to help run their amazing events.
We know this, and have a fully customisable checkout form in Ticket Tailor.Read More