Bill, thanks for sharing this.
Can you provide more details? This is a pretty unique request.
Why you need this? What kind of information you have to keep in this field?
Katya Tyukina, Product manager @ Wild Apricot, Personify
Cherry, thank for the suggestion.
Why you need the generic form, what kind of scenario you have and don't do it by using existing forms?
Sorry, the problem is unclear.
Could you elaborate on what is wrong with the current solution?
Kathy, thanks for the suggestion.
Do you mean the online registration? From Calendar page or Event details. There is only the 'Register' button presented.
Because announcement emails for RSVP events work exactly the same as you described. There are Yes/No/Maybe options presented and in case of 'No' answer members will not receive further emails related to this event.
"I created a test membership and it is in the “pending” state.
When I login I get this. I am unable to update the information.
That is the issue (or one of them) for which I am requesting a solution."
Rik, there is the option to make all registration types are available for members only and hide them from event details for not logged-in members. Does it work for you?
Here is more about registration type settings: https://gethelp.wildapricot.com/en/articles/103#addtypes. You need the paragraph about 'Availability'.
Susan, could you indicate or describe where this button is located? it is not clear from your comment.
Thanks, Betsy. That makes sense.
Now, you can find all these data, including total collected, in the Event reports --> 'Registrations by type'
See the help article https://gethelp.wildapricot.com/en/articles/559#payments
Glenn, you can embed any page of your Wild Apricot site, including the page with Catalog.
See the help article https://gethelp.wildapricot.com/en/articles/222#other
Hi, I understand your concern and your situation.
Now, we are not considering the adding of a specific setting in the event details, as soon as it works for many clients.
But I will discuss with the developers whether it is possible to turn off this behaviour for your specific account. I'll let you know as soon as it is known.
Even though it is not a direct implementation, I hope this could be helpful:
We just launched integration with Integromat platform, which helps to build automated workflows. We also provide several templates for quick start, and one of them allows to copy google calendar events into WA events. So if you share a google calendar for events submission, then the scenario could copy submitted events into your Wild Apricot account.
You can try this integration by this link https://www.integromat.com/en/integration/2275-copy-google-calendar-into-wild-apricot-events
Thanks for such a detailed comment.
We considered both options from the very beginning. The ability to create simple "notes/announcements" in the calendar by members and the ability to give limited access to the administration of events. Such a request is also presented on the forum https://forums.wildapricot.com/forums/308932/suggestions/8827180
I think it makes sense to copy your comment there too. Do you mind?
Nothing to comment so far.
As soon as we take it into works, we will post an update here and change the thread status.
Product Owner @ Wild Apricot.AdminKatya Tyukina (Product Manager, Wild Apricot by Personify) supported this idea ·
Gordon, thanks for so quick feedback.
The main issue with such 'public' file attachments is the proper File storage organization: the place to keep them, access to files, etc. So, not sure about including this into very first release.
Anyway, it is a good point and will include it into our list.
I am glad to present our progress on this feature. We finished analysis and design stages and now ready to share the result.
First of all, many thanks for your comments, feedback and participation in discussion. It helps out a lot in our work.
After analysis of your comments we decided to go forward step-by-step and start with pretty simple solution. In this solution we tried to cover your main requests.
Extend ‘Event calendar’ gadget settings by new option ‘Members-driven events’ – allow members to submit their events from this calendar page by using simple form.
There are several additional settings:
Access only of certain members
Assign special tags for such events automatically
Send confirmation email to submitter and administrator, the person who is responsible to manage such calendar
Separate filter in Event list for administrator to show Members events
Access to own submitted events from Member’s Profile page. View, edit and delete options
After some considerations we decided to exclude from the very first release:
No way to submit event with registration options. Only minimal details, like Title, Description, Dates and Location. But admin will be able to edit such event and add registration types, as usual, if required
No special approval workflow by administrators. This is important for the publication content on public website, but we decided to start with limited access to this option. So admin will be able to define who can submit data.
As usual, to preview our draft design solution, click the link to open the presentation https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1bysAcJFAs9-lVEbNBSyqhT-QSDt6TvTDPz8k2nvaJ3I/pub?start=true&loop=false&delayms=15000 .
Please, place your questions and comments here, in this thread. We will reply to you.
To review the latest development status and plans (including this topic), see our Roadmap http://help.wildapricot.com/display/DOC/Product+roadmap .
Thanks for sharing,
There is no ability to define additional recipients for each event email, like a treasure only for Registration cancellation email, but you can define them for all event emails in the Email routing settings.
More about email routing https://gethelp.wildapricot.com/en/articles/57
Carol, thanks for sharing.
Now, they are not listed with the active members in the same list but you can find such members who were archived via Contacts advanced search. Your idea is to show them all together, am I right?
Sounds like an option 'Show / Hide' archived members, because not always you need to have these two categories together.
Sara, thanks for sharing this.
There is another part of our clients who have the opposite opinion. They don't want to force their members to login to register.
Both positions have the right to be.
I can suggest you the following option. To hide the registration option for those to whom it is not available ('If unavailable = Hide' in the registration type settings)? Then it will be shown and therefore only available to those who logged in, your members.
Does it work for you?
Nathan, I could suggest one option.
If you don't want to generate invoices now, during online application, and do this later, you can define the membership fee is free and select 'Approval required' option for new applications in the 'Membership application review' settings. When everything will be ready on your side, define the fee and generate invoices for members. And update the 'Membership application review' settings based on your usual policy.
More information about membership level settings regarding new applicants you can find here https://gethelp.wildapricot.com/en/articles/132#new
Let me know does it work for you or not?
Sorry, the suggestion is unclear without any description or examples.
Could you elaborate on what you mean by this?
Product Owner @ Wild Apricot
You can use the Poll feature for this. Create the poll, publish it on the website and share with members.
Does it work for you?
Product Owner @ Wild Apricot
You can use the event manager role for this. Does it work for you?
The help article about administrative roles: https://gethelp.wildapricot.com/en/articles/50
You can do this using Slideshow gadget.
Does it work for you?
Jillian, could you clarify what means 'project' in your case?