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Include event tags in export of invoices for events

We're loving WA, and we think it's really going to work!

The one thing we're finding a bit strange is that Event Category tags work fantastic, but they don't show up anywhere in reporting.

Furthermore, it's impossible to export a list of events and see any sort of financial data.

It would be fantastic to have event included in the list of invoices and export of invoices

Then if we could export this with financial data that would be top!



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  • beaks2lee commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    You could always add your own event tag into your registration names/types, for example instead of having:

    Member Registration

    Non-member registration

    You could name your registrations as:

    Event XYZ member registration

    Event XYZ non-member registration

    Those details would appear on the event attendee export report. (I could imagine that may result in some long named registration types though.)

    Speaking of the event attendee event export, is it possible to change the field called "Total fee inc. extra costs" to simply "Total fee inc extra costs" and drop the period (".")? I use Microsoft access to create dynamic receipts for event attendees and access wont recognize the period, and i have to remember to change it each time i import the table to access! :(

  • Dmitry Buterin commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    The original thinking about tags was only to enable filtering events in multiple calendars.

    Your suggestion to extend them for financial reporting is a neat idea, let's see what other users think.

    FYI - I will delete your original screenshot from the post because it seems to contact names and actual email addresses of some people - not good for privacy.

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