Building Webinar Registration Pages in InGo Admin


InGo has added the ability to create custom landing pages within the InGo Admin panel. While there are a lot of possibilities with how to use the InGo custom landing pages, we’ll explore a basic implementation in this article.


Update: Integrations are now managed via the "Edit Event Details" page, there is no longer an "Integrations" page within events.


Setting up your webinar platform integration


To configure a Zoom webinar, you’ll need the following:

  • Webinar ID
  • API Key
  • API Secret

To obtain your Webinar ID, navigate to the webinar you would like to use InGo for, copy the webinar ID from the table, and remove the spaces.

To obtain the API Key and API Secret, follow these instructions:

    1. Go to
    2. Under the "Develop" dropdown on the top nav, click "Build App"
    3. The first option on the page should be JWT, you'll want to create a JWT app
  • If it says “View here”, a JWT app has already been created for your account, and you can proceed to step 5
  • If the create button is grayed out, it means you're not logged into an Admin account. Get admin privileges or contact your Zoom admin to complete this process for you.
  • Create an app, the information should never be client facing, so it does not have to be fully polished.
  • Under “App Credentials”, you can copy the API Key and API Secret
  • Note: Please do not share or post your API Key and API Secret outside of your own team and the InGo platform.


    To configure a BigMarker webinar, you’ll need the following:

    • BigMarker login details
    • BigMarker Webinar ID

    BigMarker simply allows you to get your API credentials using the email and password to log into your account. This will ensure that your API token is always up to date and valid when we push registrants to your system. To obtain your webinar ID, navigate to your BigMarker webinar, and the ID will be listed next to the date and time of your webinar.


    To configure an On24 webinar, you’ll need the following:

    • Client ID
    • Token Key
    • Token Secret
    • Event ID

    If you are an admin with API access on your On24 webcast account, navigate to the Analytics tab of your main parent account, then click on API Dashboard, from there you can provision a new token and obtain the Client ID, Token Key, and Token Secret. To obtain your Event ID, click into any event in your account and it should be listed at the top of the page.

    Setting up your custom pages

    The Confirmation Page

    Start by navigating to the “Page Layout” section of your event’s main dashboard. Create a new layout, and select “Attendee” as the type. You can select from the list of available templates. This page will have some default, boilerplate copy with a dummy image. Start by clicking into the social widget that is to be configured, select a widget from the dropdown, and then you can start editing the text/images. The interface to add, move, and resize elements on the page is similar to that of SquareSpace. In addition to the Social Widget, add a Confirmation Widget to the page, select one of your widgets from the dropdown, and once you have fully customized the page to your liking, click the save button on the bottom right.

    The Form Page

    Create a new page from the same place you created the Confirmation page. This time, select “Form” as the type. You can again select from the list of available templates. Start by clicking into the social widget that defaults onto the page, delete it, and add a form component in its place. Configure the form and redirect URL (should be “Page Layout” pointing to your newly created Confirmation Page), including matching the fields in your webinar platform to the form listed (your custom fields should be at the bottom of this list). Once configured, edit the text/images.

    Note: you must make fields that are required on your registration form to be required on your InGo form.

    The Start Page

    Create a new page from the same place you created the Confirmation page. This time, select “Login” as the type of page. When the template loads up, if the widget listed is not a Login Widget, you can delete that widget element and add a Login Widget to the page. Select a widget from the dropdown, and then designate to pick another page layout as the redirect URL. Select your newly created Form page from the dropdown list, edit your page to fit the design you desire, and then save. That’s it, now you have a page you can use to login, then redirect to a page with the ability to send invites and post to your network.

    If you have questions about using the page builder to add, edit, or move content, head over to this article.

    Sending people to your newly created pages

    From the Page Layout list, you can open the pages you’ve created. Simply open the Login Page, copy the URL, and use it as you see fit in marketing communications and other marketing efforts for your event.