How to manage event visibility

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After publishing your event, you can begin promoting it by copying the Registration page URL, allowing your audience to register. Depending on your requirements, you might want to restrict your event landing page from search engines or implement a password protection.

Navigate to the Event Dashboard > Setup > Basics page to find the event visibility settings, offering three options: hidden, public, and private.

Note: The ability to create public and private events is exclusive to paid plans.

Hidden events are accessible solely through a link or invitation and are not indexed by search engines.

Public events are searchable and indexed by search engines.

Note: To change a sharing snippet that appears in the search engine for your event, go to your Event Dashboard > Marketing > Sharing and Tracking and add your text under the Sharing Snippet field.

Private events are secured with a password, ideal for test events or events with restricted access for privacy. They are not indexed by search engines.

When opting for the private event setting, you'll need to create and set up a password:

Users attempting to access the event landing page will be prompted to enter this password for entry:

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