GoHighLevel Webinar Campaigns

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GoHighLevel does not have capabilities for live-streaming webinars.

To do this, you must use a third-party app.

However, the platform has features for creating webinar signup funnels, and you can embed pre-recorded webinar videos onto any GoHighLevel web page, course, or email.

Key Takeaways:

  • GoHighLevel allows you to create a fully automated webinar sign-up workflow
  • The platform includes prebuilt funnel templates and workflow recipes for webinars
  • GoHighLevel supports a native integration with WebinarKit

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Does GoHighLevel Have a Webinar Feature?

GoHighLevel does not have a specific webinar feature on its platform, nor does it support native live streaming.

That does not mean you cannot use GoHighLevel for webinars, though. 

The platform lets you upload pre-recorded videos and embed them on web pages, emails, course lessons, and more, so it is easy to create evergreen webinars that can be played on demand.

How to Create Webinar Signup Campaigns in GoHighLevel

If you want to run a live webinar event, you can use GoHighLevel to create a registration form and an automated workflow that sends out reminders before the webinar is due to begin.

To do this, you must create three things:

An automated workflow

Step 1: Creating a form in GoHighLevel is straightforward. Use the “Forms” feature under the “Sites” tab in the relevant sub-account to build your webinar registration. 

Select “Create New Form” and use the editing tool to drag and drop the elements you want onto the page. 

For example, our registration form consists of fields for the person’s first name, surname, and email address. Then, we also included a button to confirm the signup.

Don’t forget to hit “Save” when you are done.

Creating a form in GoHighLevel

Step 2: The next step is to add your newly created form to a basic funnel. All you need to build is a “registration” page (where you add your form) and a “thank you” page to confirm the registration has been completed.


In the “Sites” tab, click on “Funnels” and “New Funnel.” Select to create your funnel from a template and type “Webinar” into the search bar provided. Several templates will appear, so select the one you want to use.

Alternatively, if you’re confident, you can create a funnel from scratch.

How you craft the funnel is your choice, but the key here is to ensure you add the form element to the registration page and that you choose the webinar signup form you just created. 

New Funnel

Additionally, while in the form settings section of the editing tool, head to “Button Actions” and select “Go to Next Step.” 

This tells the system to bring up the Thank You page when someone completes and submits the form.

Go to Next Step

Step 3: Once you are satisfied with your funnel, you now need to create a workflow that automatically signs people up for the webinar and sends out reminders beforehand.

The great news is that GoHighLevel has already done most of the hard work for you and has created a “recipe” specifically for webinar confirmations and reminders. All you have to do is fill in the blanks!

To find it, head to the “Automation” tab, click “Create Workflow,” scroll down until you see it, and click “Select.”

Create Workflow

Step 4: In the workflow that opens, you have a few jobs to do. 

The first is to select your form for the “Registration Form Submitted” trigger found at the top of the workflow. Hit “Save Trigger” when you have done this.

Registration Form Submitted

Step 5: The next part of the workflow is “Add Registration Tag.” This is to help you organize all the data you get from your registration forms. 

For example, you can create a “Webinar” tag and assign it here. 

Then, in your contact list tab, you can use the “Webinar” tag to filter your list and find the relevant contacts.

This step of the workflow isn’t vital, so you can delete it if you don’t feel it will add value.

Add Registration Tag

Step 6: Click “Set Webinar Event Start Date and Time” and select the time and date for your webinar. 

This step is crucial because it “tells” the system when to perform the other steps in this workflow. 

For example, it can’t send out a reminder 24 hours before the webinar if it doesn’t know when that is!

Set Webinar Event Start Date and Time

Step 7: Now you have a succession of reminder emails and the associated wait times before each one is sent. 

Clicking into each “Reminder Email” step brings up an editing tab where you can adjust the text as you wish. Note that within the email text, it instructs you to add the webinar link.

Reminder Emai

Go through each “Reminder Email” step and edit as needed. 

You can also click the “Wait” steps and change the times when the emails are sent.

If you want fewer email reminders and wait steps, simply delete the ones you don’t want.


Step 8: When everything looks good, don’t forget to head to the top-right of the screen to publish and save your workflow.

That’s it! Your webinar registration form and workflow are ready to be used.

How to Create a GoHighLevel Webinar Funnel

Pre-recorded webinars are a popular way to provide immediate value as soon as an action is performed. 

For example, you can offer a free webinar in exchange for an online form being completed. 

How to Create a GoHighLevel Webinar Funnel

To create a pre-recorded webinar funnel, you can use any of the funnel templates that include a “registration” funnel page and a Thank You page. 

Follow steps 1 and 2 of the webinar signup campaign process above to create your form and your funnel.

The difference here is that you are going to add the video element to the Thank You page and upload your pre-recorded webinar.

Then, whenever someone completes the registration page, they will be directed to the Thank You page and can watch the webinar right away. 

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If you prefer to redirect a person to a third-party video hosting platform, you can do this by adding another funnel step after the Thank You page.

Add the extra step, name it “Webinar,” and then click on the blue “Use Existing” button that appears to the right of your listed steps.


Choose the website and specific web page that you want to direct the user to and then click on the green “Import” button to complete.


Finally, don’t forget to edit the Thank You page, so the user can access your webinar page.

Add a button on the Thank You page and select “Next Step” as the button’s action. Then, when it is clicked, the user will be taken to your webinar page.

How to Integrate WebinarKit with GoHighLevel

How to Integrate WebinarKit with GoHighLevel

GoHighLevel supports a basic integration with WebinarKit. Doing this allows new registrations from GoHighLevel to be automatically sent to WebinarKit and registered for a webinar.

Additionally, if people sign up for your webinar directly on WebinarKit, the platform will add them as contacts on GoHighLevel and will automatically add tags to each contact such as “Attended,” “No Show,” etc.


To add GoHighLevel to WebinarKit, log into your account, click “Settings” in the top-right corner, and then scroll down the page until you see the “Integrations” section.

Find GoHighLevel and follow the instructions provided to connect the two platforms together.

GoHighLevel and follow the instructions

There is also a button to toggle in each individual webinar that you create in WebinarKit.

Go into the webinar’s settings and click “Other,” then toggle the “When a contact is added to your GoHighLevel account, register them for this webinar” button to the “On” position.

This will activate the integration for that specific webinar.

Frequently Asked Questions

You can add pre-recorded webinars on any GoHighLevel page, course, or email. However, the platform does not support live webinar hosting. To do this, you must use a third-party webinar app.

GoHighLevel does not currently support live streaming. You can only upload pre-recorded videos, or add links to third-party live-stream platforms,

You can add a webinar to GoHighLevel in two ways. First, you can upload a pre-recorded webinar using the video element in the drag-and-drop editing tool. Second, you can add a link to a third-party webinar platform.


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