We also created a Birth Date custom field and I felt the same way as above with the date selection method. It is not as intuitive as it could be, and we believe even younger users that are not 'problem solvers' may get confused.
We would like the ability to gate event registrations by common fields (e.g. birth date). The feature should be robust enough to handle multiple selections from a drop down list, radial button selection, date range, etc.... The feature should provide a field where we can define the text to be displayed if the registration criteria is not met.
This would reduce overhead required to manage registrations and manually contact/remove individuals that do not meet the criteria.
70 votesEvgeny Zaritovskiy responded
Merged several posts together, so that both public and admins lists can be customized. This is better for analysis and design to work on them together.
Yes it does appear that exporting registrants is a workaround. Thank you for your response kerieanne -- it sounds as though you too would benefit from this feature.
When one of the selling catch phrases of Wild Apricot is "Escape Excel Hell", we probably shouldn't have to go back there just to view the information we need in a list. Column display is a core staple of many other softwares that layer on top of a database.
Currently when viewing an event, registered users are displayed along with columns for Membership, Registration Type, and Payment Status.
While those are useful fields, we need to be able to customize which columns are visible on the list, and show those from our own common fields. Without the ability to do this, we have to click in and out of every single registrant to check information. Surfacing specific fields on the list would be a massive boost to productivity in managing events and greatly reduce overhead.