I am not sure why GotoWebinar does not allow this simple request. You are hearing this need from so many people. Why are you forcing people to use your registration page. You used to have this feature a few years ago. It is not a techinal problem for you, it must be a business decision. Not sure how is this benefitting Gotowebinar to block this functionality.
My customers "HATE" repeated registrations.
Thanks for listening.
We have a list of registrants that register & pay in our AMS first and then need to be uploaded into GTW. Is there a solution to allow the upload of registrants from a .csv for example? It is cumbersome to do this manually and also to expect our registrants to do a two step process in two separate systems. The last time I was directed to Zapier they did not have a solution for us and we are not in favor of paying for another service to do basic functionality we need from GTW. Please advise.
Unfortunately there is not a way for organizers to import registrants. GoToWebinar is meant for allowing attendees to register themselves without direct intervention so that way they each get their own personalized joining information. As you noted, there are third party solutions that work with GoToWebinar as a front-end to collect information and automate registering through APIs, but at this time there is no direct way to import within the GoToWebinar platform.
Glenn - Any thing new on this issue now that it is 2018?
We sometimes charge registrants to attend our webinars so we need them to register on our Website first to collect payment. We're trying to avoid everyone having to register a second time, for the same program, on GoToWebinar's site. Thanks.
We use GotToWebinar and are hosting an online event for our customers and don't want to require them to register. We want to be able to send them a link and tell them to show up at that URL at a certain time. No registration or login required. Is there a way to do this with GoToWebinar? I can't seem to find anything about this.
@rmahynes Have you considered adding another session to the existing webinar, and then letting all participants know the broadcasts will be first-come-first-served to the first 1000 on each date?