We started our Beta Test of Count Me In on March 1st  and expect to go live the beginning of April.  Count Me In is an easy and affordable  online application that  allows you to create custom event registration pages, accept payments and sync with Roll Call.

 

 

Easy Event Definition

It’s super easy to define your event in Count Me In.  You simply give us the details… the name, date, location of the event.  You can also create sub-events.  Sub-events are perfect for those events where people are signing up for different sessions or shifts.

You’ll define the ticket – this could be free or paid.  You can also define any add-ons, for example, CDs or Tshirts.

Registration Fields

For each event, you decide if you need to capture individual registrations for each ticket.  If you do, then we allow you to set what fields should be included on the registration form.  We have a set of standard fields.  But we allow you to create your own fields as well.

Web Page

With the customize section in Count Me In, you can create beautiful event pages.  We give you the flexibility to set background image or color, a header image or color and create the body of the web page.

Publish the Event

When you are pleased with the look of the web page and are ready to go live, you simply publish the event.  We provide you with a URL that can be used from your website, email invitation or social media platforms.

Accept Payments

To accept payments for events, you’ll need to create a Stripe account.  It’s extremely easy to set up … it only takes a couple of minutes.  Then you’ll enter your API keys from Stripe into Count Me In.

Sync with Roll Call

You’ll be able to easily pull in your event and attendee information into your Roll Call Database.  Once you have the event sync’d you’ll be able to perform check in for that Event.

About

In addition to supporting churches that use Roll Call, Kim enjoys being a parent to two amazing teenagers alongside her husband, David (who happens to also work within shouting distance). She may be spotted in the wild hiking, biking, skiing or snowshoeing.

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