Michelle

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      12 comments  ·  Wishlist » Events  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
      Michelle supported this idea  · 
      Michelle commented  · 

      It would be great if you had custom fields/macros in the events area. You can just add a few blank macros/fields (mind you I understand this may not be so simple) with generic name e.g. "Event_Macro_A" and then it can be used anyway for any field that is needed.

      It would also be great if you put either a separate macro for the weekday or let people toggle on/off the weekday in the macro with a check-box.

      I had a template design with the weekday on a separate line cause it always broke after the month.

      Thanks,

      M

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        11 comments  ·  Wishlist » Events  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
        Michelle supported this idea  · 
        Michelle commented  · 

        It would be great if you put either a separate macro for the weekday or let people toggle on/off the weekday in the macro with a check-box.

        I had a template design with the weekday on a separate line but there is no way to break it after the macro, So the weekday, month day year have to be put in each event announcement, reminder and confirm by hand.

        This could be solved if you had custom fields/macros in the events area. You could add a few blank macros/fields (mind you I understand this may not be so simple) with generic name e.g. "Event_Macro_A", "Event_Macro_B" and then it can be used anyway for any field that is needed for the user.

        Thanks,

        M

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