Copying Existing Event Details To Create A New Event

Re-planning an event but don’t want to spend your time recreating a new one from scratch? Relax! we got you covered! Our copy existing event feature will allow you to set up an event in a jiffy. All your existing event details such as images, pricing, ticket type get copied with minor changes such as date, location to be made for the new event.  

Steps To Copy Existing Event Details To Create a New Event

1. Create An Event and Copy Existing 

To copy an existing event, click on the “Create an event” button that is located on the top left of the screen between your Account name and Search bar.

Create an Event

Click on the Copy Existing option.

Copy Existing

2. Select From Existing Events

Select from a drop-down list of your existing events whose event details you wish to copy. All the details of the previous event get copied into this event however you can make the changes later to the details.

Select existing event

Learn more about changing your existing event images.

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