You can manually add registrants one at a time to your webinar. This feature works with Live, Hybrid, Series, and Automated/Watch Now webinars

When you add a registrant, they'll automatically receive an email asking them to confirm their registration. Once the registrant clicks the link to confirm, they will receive an email informing them that they are registered, with the link to join your webinar.

You can also use this feature to give free access to a registrant for your paid webinar. Once added, the registrant can simply use the webinar link in the email to join the webinar free of charge.

Important notes: By adding people to your registrant list, you are asserting that you have consent to email them.

Adding registrants without such permission may result in the immediate termination of your account.


In My Webinars, locate the webinar to which you want to manually add registrants, then click Add Registrants under the webinar title.

For Automated webinars with both on-demand and scheduled webinars, the +Add Registrants option will register the uploaded contact list to the "Watch Now" option only.

To add registrants to scheduled automated webinars, click on "Show Sessions".

Choose the schedule that you would like for your attendees to get registered and then click the Add Registrant button.

You must check the box declaring "I have consent to email these contacts" to proceed.

Manually enter the Email address and Name to register them. Click Add Registrants once done.

The added registrant will receive an email and need to click on the link to confirm the registration.

Once the registrant confirmed, they will be redirected to the thank you page and will receive a registration confirmation email informing them that they are officially registered, with the link to join your webinar.

You will then see the registrants you added for your webinar in your statistic's registrants list.

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