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Set Status "booked up" manually for one date

Posted: September 12, 2018 at 5:48 am


Atma

September 12, 2018 at 5:48 am

Hi,

it is possible to set the status “booked up” manually?
When no, how can I add a field for all dates like a checkbox to set the status manually … so that the change is save with updates.

Thanks,
Daniela


Atma

September 12, 2018 at 7:31 am

Hi,

I get now a detailed description and questions from my customer:

It would be important to have a seminar …
• can be set to fully booked manually
• remains displayed on the respective seminar page as an upcoming appointment (which is fully booked)
• remains visible in the overview
• remains visible in the sidebar
• only at the beginning of the seminary is the date gone.

under which parameters is this possible on eventespresso? can we set “booked up” manually und therefor we overwrite the actual status?

• what happens if you manually set the tn’s to the highest number?
is this possible?
• or to zero?
is this possible
• pretending that the system is booked up?

How does eventespresso solve it visually in general when a seminar is booked up? since a fully booked seminar is advertising, I do not assume that booked-out dates disappear from the page. that with “booked out” can happen again and again.

Best regards,
Daniela


Tony

  • Support Staff

September 12, 2018 at 10:44 am

Hi Daniela,

It depends on how you have the event set up and the exact output you want to use.

Is the ‘seminar’ a single event within a single datetime within that event? If so you can just set the ‘limit’ of the datetime to match the number of sold tickets and the event will switch to ‘Sold out’.

Sold out events still show in the relevant places of your site until the dates/times of the event are passed at which point the event becomes ‘expired’.

Do you have a seminar I can view on the site so I can view your setup?


Atma

September 12, 2018 at 10:49 pm

Hi Tony,

Seminar https://kunde02.daniela-stoeckl.com/veranstaltungen/ein-tag-voll-genuss-fuer-paare-atma-paarmassage-in-der-kleingruppe-2/

the first date should set to sold out.

(The website is actually a testsite, it will go online today on institut-atma.at)

Best regards,
Daniela


Tony

  • Support Staff

September 13, 2018 at 3:53 am

Hi Daniela,

I can’t view that site as its in maintenance mode, if you prefer not to take the site out of maintenance mode, can you send login details I can use to view it using this link, please?

https://eventespresso.com/send-login-details/


Atma

October 2, 2018 at 1:19 am

Hi,

I refer to the closed topic: https://eventespresso.com/topic/set-status-booked-up-manually-for-one-date/#post

We set the numbers of tickets equal to the subscription, but there is no “sold out” to see.

We have seminars, which

  • .. have only one date
  • .. have more than one date, and the dates can be booked individually
  • have more dates, but they are booked together because the seminar is a cycle.

If a seminar has more than one date, we want to have the possibility to set each date individually to sold out, if necessary.

Have a look to:
https://www.institut-atma.at/veranstaltungen/intimitaet-schaffen-durch-beruehrung-atma-gefuehls-und-koerperarbeit-in-der-kleingruppe/

This problem causes the following problem – I think so 🙂
The first date-group (it consist of 4 dates in a cycle) can’t be booked any more, because the registration period has ended. But on the index-page https://www.institut-atma.at/de/seminare/seminare-und-gruppen/ the seminar is still shown on the sidebar on the first place.

Best regards,
Daniela


Tony

  • Support Staff

October 3, 2018 at 4:44 am

Hi Daniela,

Threads will automatically close if there is no activity for 14 days on that thread, so I’ve reopened the original and merged you new reply into it.

We set the numbers of tickets equal to the subscription, but there is no “sold out” to see.

You set the datetime limit (not ticket limit) to match the number of sold registrations? You will only see a status of sold out on the event itself, if all of the datetimes on that event are sold out, if you have multiple datetimes and only 1 is sold out that wont work. You can set the ticket limit to match the number of ‘sold’ registrations and that will set that specific ticket to sold out, but it depends on your event setup if that works for you.

If a seminar has more than one date, we want to have the possibility to set each date individually to sold out, if necessary.

Where exactly on the page are you wanting to show the date being sold out?

This problem causes the following problem – I think so 🙂
The first date-group (it consist of 4 dates in a cycle) can’t be booked any more, because the registration period has ended. But on the index-page https://www.institut-atma.at/de/seminare/seminare-und-gruppen/ the seminar is still shown on the sidebar on the first place.

The datetime list function used to display the dates does not check the sold limits on the event, so setting a datetime to sold out will not stop it from showing on the datetime list.

So to confirm I understand the problem correctly, the issue is that these dates are still displayed on the list? – http://take.ms/6NgGW

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