Once you have created an account on GoToWebinar, the next step is to register for the webinar. To do this, you should go to the login page of the GoToWebinar service. In this article, you will learn how to register for a webinar, add an Act-On program, and generate an OAuth token. We will also go over how to log in to GoToWebinar. Let’s get started!
Login to your GoToWebinar account
If you are new to GoToWebinar, you may be wondering how to login to your account. To begin, you must have an account with administration rights. Fortunately, there are a number of ways you can get your account up and running. In this article, we’ll go over the steps you need to take to get started. Once you’ve finished reading this article, you should be able to login to your GoToWebinar account and begin implementing the software into your website.
To log into your GoToWebinar account, click on the My Account button in the upper right corner. Once there, click the “Login” button. It will redirect you to your GoToWebinar account. Once you’ve signed in, you should be able to access all of your webinar sessions. In addition, you can create multiple sessions and assign different roles to attendees. For instance, if you’re hosting a workshop or a conference, you can assign several participants to each one, each with different roles, such as moderator and presenter.
Add an Act-On program
If you are using GoToWebinar, then you’ll want to add an Act-On program to your webinar registration process. This third-party application helps you manage all aspects of your webinar registration process. For example, Act-On will create reminder emails for current registrants. To ensure you don’t duplicate messages, make sure you disable auto-reminders in GoToWebinar and instead use the Act-On program.
To add an Act-On program, sign into your GoToWebinar account. Click Automation. Select Webinars. Then select upcoming webinars. Next, click the title of the webinar. Click OK in the confirmation dialog. Once the confirmation window appears, click the scroll icon to navigate to the Act-On webinar dashboard. Now, the Act-On program will synchronize event information with GoToWebinar.
Register for a gotowebinar
In Marketing Hub, you can create and manage segments for your contacts based on their registration status. You can also use GoToWebinar to create segments for your webinars. There are two ways to register for a webinar: using a phone or a computer. For the latter, you must provide a phone number and access code. In the former case, you need to provide a telephone number, which will be muted throughout the entire webinar.
To set up registration fields, go to Registration Management > Forms. On this page, you can enter a list of required fields and customize the registration form. Check boxes add required fields to the form. You can also add custom fields. Click the + New Question button and choose a question type. Type your question and answer options and click Save. Once you have added these fields, you can add the form and publish your webinar.
Generate an OAuth token
You can create an OAuth access token for the GoToWebinar login by following a few steps. First, open the GoToWebinar connection dialog in TIBCO Scribe(r) Online. Click on the Authenticate button, then click OK. If you receive a 403 Forbidden error, simply ignore it and try again. The new OAuth token should now be generated successfully.
The refresh token is generated in the same manner as the access token, but it is valid for 60 minutes. Each time a new connection is made to the site, the system generates a new Access Token. This refresh token expires after 30 days, so it is advisable to get a new one as soon as possible. In addition, the refresh token is valid for only 30 days, and you can delete it from the documentation to avoid storing the previous one.
To generate the OAuth access token, you must have an account with LogMeIn. You must have the Administrator role in your account. You must enter your username and password. You should also enter a description for the connector and the Client ID and Secret. Once you have your credentials, you can use the connector to generate the OAuth access token. You can then pass the token to your GoToWebinar registration page.