Example Sign-Up Form

Below is a sample creator sign-up form that you will see once you hit the “Start form” button on the sign-up page. Sign-up page "start form" buttonWe filled this sign-up form as if we’re offering three different types of fanworks (the max number of auctions you can have), but you can offer up to three different offerings for one type of work or a mix of both as well. See our How to Participate page for more info and examples.

Fic auction example | Art auction example | Beta service auction example

Please note that this is just an example. It’s fine if you phrase things differently or if some of the options don’t apply to you.

Section One: Creator Information Preferred contact methods

Please note that because we chose to mention specific charities, a list will now appear. You can check off a maximum of five charities. If you don’t have any preferences, tick “no” and keep scrolling down to General Works Information!
general works information

DNW section

This is an example of a fic auction offering. In the relationships section, you can see how the drop-down list works: you start typing, and your options start narrowing down, similar to how the AO3 search functions.

fic auction example

Here we chose seven relationships out of our maximum of ten. However, there were two ships that we wanted offer that didn’t appear in the drop-down, so we ticked “A ship or universe I want to include is not on this list” below the drop-down section. We added two ships, bringing our total to nine relationships. 

ships aren't on list

The Additional Tags section is completely optional.

If you want to add another auction, click “Next” at the bottom of the page and fill out the “Auction Two.” Repeat the process once you reach the end of the “Auction Two” form if you want to add a third auction

If you don’t want to add another auction, click “Next” at the bottom of the page. Once “Auction Two” loads, scroll to the bottom of the page and hit “Next” to skip the second auction and then do that one more time to skip the third. You’ll then reach the end of the sign-up form and be able to review your information before submitting.

This is an example of an art auction offering. If you plan to submit more than one auction, we suggest that you prepare all of your auction info so that you can copy and paste to the form; remember that you have to fill out everything in one sitting!
Here we chose three relationships out of our maximum of ten. However, there was one gen pairing that we wanted offer that didn’t appear in the drop-down, so we ticked “A ship or universe I want to include is not on this list” below the drop-down section. We added one relationship, bringing our total to four ships. 

The Additional Tags section is completely optional.

 

See the end of the fic auction offering example above to see how to add another auction.

This is an example of a beta service auction offering. If you plan to submit more than one auction, we suggest that you prepare all of your auction info so that you can copy and paste to the form; remember that you have to fill out everything in one sitting!

Here we chose three relationships out of our maximum of ten. However, there were two ships that we wanted offer that didn’t appear in the drop-down, so we ticked “A ship or universe I want to include is not on this list” below the drop-down section. We added two ships, bringing our total to five relationships. ships aren't on list

The Additional Tags section is completely optional.

See the end of the fic auction offering example above to see how to add another auction.