Breakroom makes it simple to sell or distribute tickets to your event through Eventbrite. Here's how to find the information you'll need to integrate your Breakroom and Eventbrite accounts.
With Eventbrite integration, you can sell or distribute tickets to a virtual event and trust the backend logistics to us. Breakroom will automatically create a user account for anyone who purchases a ticket, using their ticket number as the password. If an account already exists under a user's email address, Breakroom will reactivate that account and reset the password to the ticketholder's current ticket number.
An example event.
In order to integrate Breakroom and Eventbrite, you will need an active Eventbrite account. As a first step, log in to your Eventbrite account and create the event you plan to host in Breakroom. You can then follow the instructions outlined below to integrate your event with Breakroom's systems.
Once you've created your event on Eventbrite, you will need to locate the API key associated with that event and enter it into the Breakroom Dashboard. To get started, navigate over to your Eventbrite account settings page.
The location of the Account settings page on Eventbrite.
On the left side of your account settings page, you will see a drop-down menu called Developer Links. Expand it, and click on the tab that says API Keys. Then click on the button that says Create API Key.
The API Keys tab. The "Create API Key" button is highlighted.
Fill out the required information, and click the Create Key button.
The Eventbrite API key request page.
An example of how your API key may appear.
Your API key should be created automatically. Click the > arrow above the application name (in this case, Breakroom) to expand the key information menu. Highlight and copy the private token key.
The Integration tab on the Breakroom Dashboard.
From here, you will need to enter the private token key into your Dashboard. Follow the instructions below to do so.
- 1.Click on the Integration tab on your Dashboard.
- 2.Under the Select an integration to configure heading, click on the Eventbrite button.
- 3.Paste your Eventbrite private token API key into the field.
- 4.Click the Create payload URL button.
- 5.Under the Payload URL heading, a special URL will be generated for you.
- 6.Highlight and copy the payload URL.
- 7.Return to the Eventbrite page to complete setup.
The Webhooks tab on Eventbrite.
After you receive your payload URL, click on the Webhooks tab under Developer Links on your Eventbrite account settings page. Then click the button that says Add Webhook.
The "Add Webhook" page.
From here, you will need to enter the payload URL into Eventbrite. Follow the instructions below to do so.
- 1.Paste the payload URL into the top field.
- 2.Using the drop-down Event menu, select either a specific event or All Events, if you want to link more than one event to a single ticket purchase.
- 3.Check the box beside order.placed.
- 4.Click the button that says Add Webhook.
Once all of these steps are completed, you are ready to go.
When users purchase a virtual event ticket through Eventbrite, they will not receive a confirmation email from Breakroom. Therefore, we strongly encourage event organizers to use their Eventbrite event page, email, or other relevant tools to provide ticketholders with the information they will need to log in for the event.
Key points to communicate to ticketholders include:
- Breakroom will automatically create a user account for anyone who purchases a virtual event ticket through Eventbrite. Their login will be the e-mail they provided to Eventbrite, and their password will be their ticket number.
- If a Breakroom account already exists under a user's email address, Breakroom will reactivate that account and reset the password to the ticketholder's current ticket number.