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Newsletter April 2019

New navbar, features & pixel on the way ?‍♂️

If you have been logged in with us within the past week, then you probably noticed that the navigation menu has been redesigned as well as a few new points.
We have added links to the blog and our knowledge base – where we are constantly adding new articles to help you get the most out of our platform.

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New features & articles

The knowledge base is already filling up with useful articles, and each time we release new features, we add an article at the same time. Follow the marked links below to read more.

? Hide the start and end time of an event ?
This has been especially a desire from organizers with events that run over several days with different opening hours. Now times can instead be written in the description of the event to avoid confusion.

?‍♀️ Add minimum age to event ?‍♂️
This is a legal requirement for many events in Norway – where Tikkio originated. So, if nothing else, we Danes can rejoice on behalf of our Nordic brothers and sisters that their lives have become easier ?? If the field is left blank, it will not appear on the event.

? Editing restrictions ?
We’ve added some restrictions to ensure that tickets and events are not inadvertently edited – and so we can more easily help sort out the threads if the accident is out anyway.

On the way

We are constantly working on new features and the next time you hear from us, you can expect new about the following:

  • Google Tag Manager is replaced by Google Analytics
  • SnapChat pixels are added
  • New scanning app with offline feature

We have also rounded up our first 100 organizers in Denmark ? A huge milestone for us, and we humbly thank you for the confidence ?


  • New Navigation bar
  • New Features in Event Manger
  • Pixel on the way

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Account, Customer success & Content Manager in Tikkio Denmark.
I am a former musician with an MSc in Economics and Business Administration. Pragmatist, with broad knowledge in sub-cultures. I enjoy working with the CRM-tool Pipedrive, and have a great big love for the 1960s soul and beat music as well as Veronica Maggio.