Posted: October 15, 2020 at 9:19 am
Some reactions to the use of this link:
Is any of the above known/common?
That link shouldn’t allow the user to change the ticket selection, its for editing the registration details on the reg form.
The above link shouldn’t ‘move’ anything, and I think it ties in with how you are using it above, can you provide the steps you ate taking here, please?
The primary registrant is considered by Event Espresso to be the registrant that is managing the group, so if you send the link to the Primary Registrant they should be able to edit all of the registrant details they provided in the beginning.
If you send the link to a specific registrant, they should be able to edit ‘their’ details on the registration form.
EE doesn’t have a ‘confirm match’ check, it does has a ‘reject match’ check though.
Meaning if you input registrant details for a user that exists on your site with their own user account it will reject the registration and tell you that user needs to log in.
If you wish to disable that you can use a snippet like this:
But not that registrations made for those users will not show in their EE ‘my events section’ unless they were logged into their account.