Recess auto-confirms event when it has ended. Here we explain how to confirm your event so it can receive offers and become discoverable by brands.
We made it easier on you to update the new event information without having to fill out a new event form for events that occur more than once.
Once your event has ended, we will auto-create your next based based off the information from your event listing.
You will receive an email from Recess asking to confirm your event information for the next time this event occurs.
How does this help?
This will also help save you time by not having to create a new event listing each year you will just need to update any of the information that has changed since the last event.
Additionally, it gives sponsors more time to discover your event and gives them more lead time to plan.
It is important to Confirm an Auto-Generated event so that it shows when a sponsor is reviewing and can see that you have confirmed the auto-generated event.
Steps to Confirm Your Auto-Generated Event
- Log in to your Recess Account and click the Events on the lefthand navigation.
- You can find your Auto-Generated events that need to be confirmed by the 'Unconfirmed' Status tag and the Auto-Generated events that have been confirmed by the 'Confirmed' Status tag
Review Important Information
Review the date and time and other basic information to make sure it is accurate by viewing the Event Listing. If you find something that needs updated click the edit button and then save to be brought back to the Event Listing page.
Complete Reviewing & Updating & Mark Confirm
Once the information for your event listing is correct, click "Confirm" to update your event listing. This will let sponsors know that your auto-created event information is correct and has been confirmed.
Listing Status Updates to Confirmed
After you click Confirm you can see your Event Status change from 'Unconfirmed' to
'Confirmed' in your Event Listing dashboard and Event Listing page.
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If your event is not happening and you don't want your event to be discovered by a sponsor check out How to Deny an Auto-Generated Event