Capturing attendee information for a Webinar purchase

Evan2308
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Hi all, 

We are using Shopify to sell webinar registrations. Our clients are oftentimes corporations that want to purchase a registration for multiple staff members, and we need to be able to capture information about each staff member that will be attending the webinar as part of the checkout process. So, if the person purchases 6 webinar "tickets," we need to have a form of some kind that requires them to enter 6 names and email addresses (the closest example I can think of would be when you buy airline tickets, you have to enter passenger information for each ticket purchased). 

Does anyone have thoughts about how to accomplish this with Shopify? 

Many thanks in advance! 

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bro0k
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That would be very interesting for me as well. Can anyone help here?

Evgeniy-M
Shopify Partner
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Hey @Evan2308 . As I understand two custom fields (name, email) for a "ticket" product form will resolve the problem.

If it is true, then you need to add two "properties" to the product form, that will look like this:

<p class="line-item-property__field">
  <label for="name">Name</label>
  <input required class="required" id="name" type="text" name="properties[Name]">
</p>

<p class="line-item-property__field">
  <label for="e-mail">E-mail</label>
  <input required class="required" id="e-mail" type="text" name="properties[E-mail]">
</p>

If you add this code within your product form — there will be two additional fields for email and name, and you will see them at the checkout.

If you don't know where to put this code — share the URL of the website, I'll tell you the exact file.

Liquid Ajax Cart — a Javascript library to build Shopify Ajax Carts using plain Liquid templates.

nsorochan
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Did you ever find a solution to this problem? I realize its an old post, be we are having the same challenge.

Evan2308
Visitor
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No...we ended up using a different platform to collect registrations. Good luck. If you are successful, I'd love to know the solution you found.