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307 votesEvgeny Zaritovskiy responded
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105 votesTeam Mobile responded
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.
351 votesEvgeny Zaritovskiy responded
I merged another very similar thread into this one, they should be solved together – the registration to multiple events should be simple and fast if possible. There are a number of suggestions in comments on how to achieve this.
An error occurred while saving the commentGymnastics Club Admin commented
We are considering using WA for our gymnastics club, but the limitations in the child/family memberships is a major stumbling block. Our issues are very similar to Ian from the swimming club in NZ:
Our gymnasts are predominantly <16 and a parent deals with their affairs. Siblings can have different membership levels depending on how much they train (from 1 hr/wk to 20 hrs/wk). Parents are also members. The bundling function requires that members in the same bundle have the same membership level, so that method of grouping families doesn't work for club like ours.
We need some way of having one head member (and login) for each family and linking to each of the children and spouse, but the children and spouse being members in their own right too. The data fields for the children/ spouse could then be limited to avoid duplication of address, telephone numbers etc.
From a parent's point of view, the ability to register and pay for oneself and all my children under one login is pretty fundamental.
Having been involved in administering a number of sports clubs with junior members, I think this will be a common issue for a lot of clubs.