All you need to know about the Free plan

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The Hopin free plan is great for organizers who are looking to host small events such as meetups, small webinars, personal events, or just looking to try out Hopin. However, if you're looking for more than 100 registrations, data integrations, video recordings, or other advanced features, our paid plans would be a better fit. 
Feel free to check out our available plans on our pricing page, as well as more info about:

Find below a list of features included with the free plan as well as options only available on paid and advanced plans.

Event Registration
Free, paid or private tickets in any currency
Event referral tracking ✔ 
Searchable attendee list ✔ 
Seamless registration system with SEO-optimized registration page
External registrations (magic links)
Attendee Experience
Virtual welcome lobby with dynamic event schedule
Event-wide and private messaging capabilities
Interactive and targeted networking among attendees
Unlimited concurrent live video sessions
Unlimited virtual expo hosting
Supports 10 languages (event text only)
Moderator capabilities
RTMP compatible
Customization
Integrations
Slido
Twitter
Youtube
Miro
MailChimp
Kahoot!
Figma
Typeform
Slack
Intercom
Webhooks
Zapier
Marketo, Salesforce, Hubspot
Custom API
Analytics
Basic analytics
Advanced analytics and data reports
Realtime analytics dashboard (Live Analytics)
Services
Email and chat support  
Designated Account Manager, Customer Success Manager
99.5% uptime SLA, onboarding & training, SSO
Event upgrades (multiple stages, vendor booth self-serve dashboard)
Admin roles with team permissions (coming soon)
Additional custom event area
Custom emails
Custom text
Custom branding
Plan Details
Event length Max 2 hours
Registrations included Max 100 per event
Registration limit per month Unlimited
Organizers (admins) included 1 (fixed)
Ticket commission (does not include Stripe fees) 15%
Recordings None

 

Feel free to reach out to us at support@hopin.com in case you have questions or need assistance.

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