CUSTOMIZE EVENT DISPLAY OPTIONS
RunSignUp allows you to customize your event display options in order to create a strong call to action for your race.
To easily jump to this feature’s dashboard setup page, simply begin typing “event display” into the “Search” bar of the Dashboard.
After you have typed in these three letters, search results will begin to show below the box. Select “event display options” from those listed below. And you will be brought directly to the page for customizing your event display.
You can also manually find this feature by going to the Race tab of the dashboard, clicking on Registration, and opening up the section for Event Display Options.
Once on the Event Display Options page, you will find that each of your events is listed separately.
For each event, there will be a field for entering in an Event Highlight. This field can be used to specifically highlight an aspect of this event, and it will be shown to participants during the registration process as seen here.
If you have an Event Image that you would like to upload with your event, then you can click on the button for Choose File, and select the file from your computer.
After saving these settings, you will be able to view the existing image, and also be given the ability to Remove [this] Image. To remove the image, simply click the checkbox for Remove Image, and save the changes.
Next you can fill out the Event Registration Description. The information you enter in here can be formatted to suit your needs, and once you have saved your changes, it will be shown underneath the event title during the registration process.
Finally, you can replace the dynamically generated text for the event details, by using the field for Event Details. By filling out this field for an event, the default text that appears in events tables for that event will be replaced with your own custom text.
You can go through these settings for each of the events in your race, and once you are done editing and reviewing your changes, be sure to click on Save Display Settings.