When this happens...
EventbriteNew Attendee Registered
Then do this...
ExcelAdd Row

There's a lot of planning that goes into events, and a spreadsheet is a great way to track additional attendee needs and any required prep work. Bridging the gap between Eventbrite and Excel, this Zap will trigger whenever a new attendee is added to your event, adding their contact information to a new Excel row so you can work on everything from dietary arrangements to seating plans.

Note: This integration will only work with an Excel spreadsheet on OneDrive for Business

How this Eventbrite-Excel integration works

  1. A new attendee is added to Eventbrite
  2. Zapier automatically adds a row to an Excel spreadsheet

Apps involved

  • Eventbrite
  • Excel

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When this happens...
then do this!
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Update Row

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New Event

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Add Row

Adds a new row to the end of a worksheet.

New Attendee Check-In

Triggers when an attendee checks into an event.

Add Row to Table

Adds a new row to the end of a specific table.

New Row

Triggers when a new row is added to a worksheet in a spreadsheet.

Updated Row

Triggers when a row is added or updated in a worksheet.

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Eventbrite is an event management tool that makes it simple to create, manage, promote, and sell out your event.

Microsoft's Excel is a spreadsheet application used by millions of users across the world. It is part of the Office ecosystem and is considered the industry standard for spreadsheets. Only files on OneDrive for Business (available with Office 365 and Sharepoint server) are supported at this time with Zapier.