Eventdrive allows you to share your company's terms and conditions with your event attendees. A default text is ready to go, but you must add your custom version. Here are the steps to follow.
Sign in admin.eventdrive.com.
Click on your organization name, found on the top left of the screen.
If you are the owner of your organization, you may click on the "Security" tab in the menu on the left.
If you do not see another tab pop-up, it means you do not have the proper rights & permissions. You can contact your organization's owner to change your access or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Under the "Security" tab, click on "Legal disclaimers". On this page, you will see the default text. You can modify this text or create a new policy by clicking on "Add new disclaimer", which will let you to choose between several disclaimers when creating events.
The new legal disclaimer inherits the language of your account or browser.
Once you have made the changes, click save.
Our team will go through the text to validate it. We will respond within 72 hours.
Choose in the left column the default legal disclaimer which will be automatically set for the new events you create. Save your settings.
You can now choose the new legal disclaimer at the first event creation stage, as well as at the bottom of the "INFO" > "Main info" page of your event.
Things to keep in mind
- We strongly advise you to write your terms and conditions with a lawyer.
- Once your terms and conditions have been approved by Eventdrive, you will receive an automatic email confirmation. However, if they have not been approved, you will receive an email from your project manager who will explain in more detail the reasons for refusal.