Overview of all events per user



How to do statistics about contacts, e.g who registered for more than one event. How to provide list of events per registered users via constantcontact ?


Hi !


Thanks for reaching out to the Community with your Event questions. Currently each event has its own separate reporting, so it will take some manual work to figure out which contacts have registered for multiple events.


This is the method I have used in the past:

  • Create a new list titled Event Registrants (or something similar)
  • Create a tag named for each event
  • Export a report from each event (this will export as a .csv file)
  • Import each file into that Event Registrants list, and make sure to tag the contacts with the name of the event 
  • Export the Event Registrants list (make sure to include tag when selecting the info to export)
  • The tag section of the file will show you each event the contact had previously registered for and you will be able to tell at a glance if someone has registered for more than one event 


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