Has anyone tackled this recently? It's a big problem for us. All one would need to do is support Registration Types for Guests the same way one chooses for a regular registration.
I think that's what Evegeny was getting to in this comment: I'm curious if ability to choose a different registration type for a guest would solve the problem.
Right now one can choose a registration type when registering to an event, but for his guests there will be no option to change it. What if for each guests there will be ability to choose another reg. type?
Seeing your activity on this thread we would like to present you with three new templates using the third-party app called “Integromat”. They could help you to:
- Copy an event with registrants
- Export registrations into a Google sheet
- Import registrations from a Google sheet
These need a short one-time setup and then you’ll be able to do the actions above in just a few clicks!
For more info see our blog: https://www.wildapricot.com/blogs/newsblog/2019/04/30/event-registration-integromat
We absolutely understand this is not a solution but more of a workaround for this request, so we won’t close this thread. But feel free to share your thoughts about these templates as well!
Please note, these workflows have some limitations and might not suit everybody. But we hope they will make your life a bit easier.
I would like the ability to import a list of guest registrants and have them added to an event.
We have big events and we get an Excel document from other clubs - it would be nice to have a way to import those guests rather than entering them one-by-one.
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We just launched integration with Integromat platform, which helps to build automated workflows. We also provide several templates for quick start, and one of them allows to send birthday emails.
You can try the integration by this link https://www.integromat.com/en/integration/2274-happy-birthday-to-wild-apricot-members
I'm not sure if this has been decided, but it's fairly ridiculous that one cannot produce a report of birthdays of membership by month. Am I missing something?
I get that automated e-mails may be a bridge-too-far... But a simple report of birthdays by month would probably solve most use-cases.
Unless I'm missing something, 1) this seems like a no-brainer and 2) it seems like it's fairly effortless -- we can already create a report of all birthdays in, for example, August 2015 (for all of our members who are about to celebrate turning three months old).