Audience1st has a variety of site-wide options you can set; most of them will only be set once, but some you may find useful to change periodically. All can be found by clicking the Options tab on the main navbar (you must be logged in as Box Office Manager or higher to see this tab).
Hover over the question mark icon next to each setting on that screen for more information about what that setting controls.
Important: You must click the Save button at the bottom of the screen for your changes to take effect. They will typically take effect within a few minutes.
Most of the options are self-explanatory, but a few that deserve special mention are the ones at the bottom under “Integrations”. These are important options and you must explicitly click “Allow Changes” before you can edit them:
Stripe Key and Stripe Secret
Replace these with the live mode (not “test mode”) key and secret in your Stripe.com account.
If you leave this blank, Audience1st will display using its standard, nondescript visual styling.
However, you can
customize the appearance of all
Audience1st patron-facing screens using Cascading Style Sheets. To do so,
create your stylesheet, post it somewhere publicly available and accessible via
a Secure HTTP (
https) URL, and enter that URL here. Here are suggestions for
where to store your CSS page free of charge:
If your theater’s separate website has a static content area (for example, WordPress-based sites have directories from which static assets such as images are publicly served), host the file there
Host it in a public repository on GitHub or GitLab, and use a service such as JSdelivr to serve it directly from there
Host it on Netlify and serve from there
Note that when you update your stylesheet, depending on how it is hosted, it may take a few minutes for the changes to propagate.
Mailchimp Key and Mailchimp Default List Name
If you use Mailchimp, you can have the results of customer reports exported there for email marketing campaigns. See the Mailchimp Integration article for help.
Staff Access Only
Once you change this to “No”, your Audience1st site will be accessible to the world. “Yes” means only staff members can login.
Don’t change this unless you plan to use a different email provider setup than the one we’ve provided using Sendgrid.