Posted: January 30, 2013 at 1:44 pm
Can we override pricing on a manual registration (the person gets a different rate). Would we just use a coupon code for that?
Can an event be created that automates sends multiple emails out to attendees? For example, a confirmation email, then an email with information on accessing class emails, then an email with an online forum access info, etc, set to go on a specific number of days prior to the start of the event?
Our classes are on one day per week – how do we indicate that in the event?
Thanks for the help!
Lets go through your questions.
The calendar addon is available and the default looks something like this http://d.pr/i/pIX5 though the style can be changed and so forth.
Tables can be created using the Custom Files add on but these do require some php knowledge as they are likely unsuitable for your individual requirements and as such will need to be tweaked.
The tables are not sortable (though if you are hand coding something it could be added in).
You can create lists of events and thus tables of events based on Categories as well so you can separate items up that way also.
Yep, just add in the price they paid, they will be marked as (registration) complete as an admin added them. No discount code required, though there is space for it if you want to add it in for record keeping http://d.pr/i/cFE2
Yes and no. The system will send out an email(s) to each registrant on completion of the registration process. Those emails content can be modified on a site wide basis, or an individual event basis.
Currently we do not have a system in place to send out automated emails at set dates (though I believe that idea has been put forward to our feature request list). An option around that would be to use the Mailchimp addon and collate emails into a mailing list and use that data to send out mails, but that requires the user to actually sign up (double opt in is the defacto norm)
I am assuming that the event covers classes that run over an extended period of weeks? If so you would need to make it clear via the event Description that you write in.
You can also use the Recurring Event Manager here to set up a class that occurs once every Monday for 6 weeks (example) and then by a simple edit in 5 of those events, tie them to the first event. So though you in fact create 6 events you and the client only deal with one for registration purposes, but the six events appear on the calendar.
It really depends on how you want it to look on the calendar and site.
Let me know if you have any further questions.
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