I would like to have the ability to add "sub-events" to my main event. We have a major 2-day bicycle ride, with 150 volunteers. This year we asked everyone to register within WA: riders and volunteers. Most of the volunteer stations have a limit on the number of workers. So for each of the 35 volunteer stations, we had to create a separate event with a limit to the number of registrants. That was no problem. The problem is, within WA, those are all totally separate events, and so it was quite time-consuming to aggregate the volunteer stations with the regular registrants (over 1100). We needed to know how many, in total, tshirts were ordered, jerseys ordered, meals ordered, etc., as well as how many volunteers in total we had.
The limits of the current event registration process makes this very cumbersome.
We are desperate for this function as well. We need the ability for main event registrants to be able to register (and get charged for) one or many sub-events. We would need separate attendance lists for each sub-event as well.
Annemarie Cason commented
My organization would really like to have this option as well. We have an event with break-out sessions that have a limited number of seats. Within the breakout session we would like to allow registrations with and without fees. The total number of seats in the room is unaffected by whether they paid the fee so limiting the fee registration type to a specific number and no fee subtype to a certain number means I have to go in and manual move available seats around to allow for more of one type or the other... so... for example: 20 seats in each room room total of 40 registrations, and I set it up with 10 fee registrations and 10 no-fee. well if my 10 no-fee's fill up, I would like some of the with fee seats that are unused to be available for those who are able to register without a fee automatically. If this is unclear please feel free to email me to clarify. Thank you!
I think that this particular problem would be better resolved with another suggestion - see