Sorry for the late update.
The first step was finished and emails can now be carbon copied to contact’s alternative emails. To do so the contact fields which store the alternative emails must be explicitly marked on the email setting page.
Unsubscribing will unsubscribe all alternative emails simultaneously because they all belong to the very same account. The person clicking “unsubscribe” is warned about this on the unsubscribe page.
For now we paused the development of this feature. but not for good. :) So I’m changing this wish status back to “collecting comments”.
Thank you everyone for a valuable feedback.
44 votesTeam Payments responded
Due to priorities shift we had to put this issue on hold.
We’ll post any updates as we have them
Oleg, Product Owner @ Payments crew
40 votesDee commented
This is my only headache when it comes to using Wild Apricot. We are a non-profit with a volunteer board. We put on trainings throughout the year and a conference yearly. Companies throughout the state send multiple employees to our events. They want to pay 1 time, and they do NOT want to enter in each of their employees as guests to create a single invoice (as well I really need to have separate invoices for each attendee). Currently, people register, I create a separate invoice with all the names of the group, send it to their manager (payee), they pay, I go in and approve and mark paid all original invoices, cancel the group invoice. Unfortunately, if the manager pays via PayPal, I have problems reconciling as I cannot move that payment from the group invoice to the single invoices.
What we need is a way for the person registering to click a button or fill in a name that links them so that one person (usually a manager that will not be attending our event) can pay one time for multiple invoices.
Ultimately I would like for the paying person to be able to log in, view all linked invoices, approve and pay for them, and also be able to print for their records.
161 votesDee commented
Allow a 3rd party (non-member) to register a mixed group (members and non-members) for an event. There would need several changes;
1. Allow a person to sign up a group without signing up themselves first.
2. When registering a group, allow the system to identify a member vs non-member.
3. Allow event charges according to membership status of the "guest". Currently all "guests" recieve the same pricing as the person initiating the registration.
(Our members employers will often pay to send their employees to our events. Most employers are non-members, who they sign up to attend our events are a mix of members and non-members.)