I agree. Being able to code costs on the back-end, or see a more detailed breakdown, will be extremely helpful when it comes time to record revenues in an accounting program. Otherwise you are required to manually allocate rec'd revenues to multiple revenue accounts.
I would go a step further and request the ability to code a single fee to multiple categories. For instance, I work with a client who receives annual member fees that are allocated to three separate accounts: $150 - $75 to member dues, $70 to regional fees (this is paid to the regional offices bi-annually) and $5 for printing fees.
The greater the ability to pull detailed financial reports, the greater the ability to streamline and increase efficiencies, the greater my ability to make my clients happy :-)
I would like the ability to restrict additional cost fields to certain event registration types. For instance, I'm working with a conference that has the following registration levels:
* Full conference, early bird
* Full conference
* One day only
* Pre-conference only
The problem is that the pre-conference can be added to the first four registration types. But if I add pre-conference as a multiple choice item with extra cost, it still shows up on the pre-conference only registration type. Also, student pre-conference is a different amount so I would like to distinguish between student pre-conference and regular pre-conference and have them show up as add'l costs for the applicable registration type.
The solution would be the ability to choose which registration types an extra cost shows up for, similar to the way the membership registration form allows one to restrict some fields to targeted membership types.
p.s. - great product; keep up the great work!!
This is a feature that I am very interested in. Anything to report on when this will be coming out?