✨ This feature is currently in beta.
How the integration works
Once you connect Tito and Vito, whenever someone places an order in Tito, they will be sent an automatic invitation link to access your Vito hub. The way it works is that Vito listens out for an endpoint that is triggered whenever someone completes a ticket in Tito.
💡 Tip: as the integration sends out immediate access links to participants, make sure you're happy with the hub setup first.
Set up the integration
Head to the Settings tab in the admin pane, scroll down to Integrations and click Manage. The instructions are laid out on-screen and consist of:
Adding a custom link to your Tito event under Settings > Webhook endpoints and checking the
Copying across your security token from Tito to Vito to complete a secure connection.
Placing a test order with your email address and checking the connection is working in Vito.
Limitations of the integration
This is a beta feature at the moment and, as such, is subject to some limitations. If any of the following points are a concern, you may prefer to import participants manually instead:
Duplicate email addresses
With Tito, it’s possible to buy more than one ticket and assign them to the same email address. If that happens, it will result in only one hub invitation email being sent. After the first invitation, subsequent webhooks will be marked as duplicates.
If a ticket is reassigned to someone else on Tito, the original invitation on Vito is not withdrawn, meaning both people would end up with an invitation. You can however manually restrict or ban hub members within Vito.
If a ticket is voided or cancelled on Tito, the invitation on Vito is not withdrawn.
Webhooks are sent to Vito whether the Tito event is in test mode or not. If someone registers a test ticket they will be sent a real invite from Vito.
It is not possible to specify individual ticket types within your event, so the endpoint will be triggered for every ticket that is completed.