Hide non-member registration types for members
We set up a yearly event in which members and non members are invited to attend at different prices. I create different registration types and that all works fine. When a non member registers they only get the non-member registration types, that is good. But when an active member starts to register for the event they get both the member and non-member price options.
Does anyone know a way to hide the non-member pricing from the logged-in members so they only get offered the member pricing? Am I missing a checkbox combination in setting up the Reg types?
Annie Hunt commented
We just ran into this problem ourselves. When setting up registration types, we can select the member level for that particular type OR everyone. Why not add an option for, or include the option to, hide non-member registration types. ... I'm a visual person and perhaps I'm not explaining this properly. So look here:
_Members only ... blah blah blah type.
Does that help explain what I mean?
Moved to Wishlist. Let's see other comments.
The problem with this is that it's not always clear what types to hide and why. For example, you may have free registration type called "Waitlist" or "Volunteers". Even if member is logged in, he still should be able to register as "Volunteer" for free.
For now I can see a solution as an additional option into registration type' settings - something like "Hide for logged in members". This should be somehow combined with existing otpion "Hide if unavailable". And I also think that just new option is not enough - there should be ability to select levels of membership for which hide the registration type (you might have "free" levels of members that are basically the same as regular visitors).
Any comments on that ?
Can this be added to the Wish List/Roadmap? This would be a REALLY nice feature. There are often SO many options presented to the logged-in member that it can be hard on the eyes. Thanks!
Unfortunately there isn't an option to hide registration types from logged in members, though this may be possible via CSS Customization http://forums.wildapricot.com/forums/308926-for-designers-and-developers .