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Internal Notes box on Event Details Form

Would it be possible to have an internal notes box on the Event Details form? We often want to store information relating to an Event, such as minimum required numbers, target number of participants or internal deadline dates, but we don't want these to appear on the web.

Would this be useful for anyone else?

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      • klm commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This would be very useful. We have multiple people entering events, and a separate person who monitors enrollment. There are many internal notes that we now keep on paper files, but would be useful to have attached to the online event. In addition to what Gill mentioned: Special parking/access rules, specifics about what is included in the fee, whether siblings are allowed.
        We have mostly families registering under a single email, so for maximum numbers is it by how many people total vs. number of families.

      • Randall Rensch commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Need a "Notes" field in each event, for Admins to use. E.g., if we specify an organization address for the Organizer (in order to hid the Organizer's personal address from Announcement recipients), we have no way (within WA) to indicate to each other who the event organizer is!

      • Rob commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        It would be nice if we could have an administrator note area for events.
        This could be useful for notations or other record keeping data that is not public.

        An example would be a notation on attendance - i.e. Poor attendance and high no-shows due to inclement weather.
        or
        maybe some record keeping notes for future years - i.e. City requires deposit for washroom keys at least three weeks in advance of park rental.

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