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    2 comments  ·  Wishlist » Events  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    beaks2lee commented  · 

    You could always add your own event tag into your registration names/types, for example instead of having:

    Member Registration

    Non-member registration

    You could name your registrations as:

    Event XYZ member registration

    Event XYZ non-member registration

    Those details would appear on the event attendee export report. (I could imagine that may result in some long named registration types though.)

    Speaking of the event attendee event export, is it possible to change the field called "Total fee inc. extra costs" to simply "Total fee inc extra costs" and drop the period (".")? I use Microsoft access to create dynamic receipts for event attendees and access wont recognize the period, and i have to remember to change it each time i import the table to access! :(

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    How difficult would it be to apply the same concept available in "Customize member database fields" to the event registration forms?

    As written currently, you can customize specific database fields to appear in specific types of membership levels. For example, you might want to collect a company name for those selecting institutional membership but not for those selecting individual membership. And you can design the membership fields to only appear when a specific type of membership is available.

    So how difficult would it be to apply that same concept to event forms? When someone selects a Day registration as a registration type, the registration form will show the "Select the day you wish to attend" option... but when someone selects Full registration as a registration type, the registration form WILL NOT show the "Select the day you wish to attend" option.

    Make sense?

    Another way to ask would be, if you look at the Membership fields settings page you see 3 options:

    Field applies to:__ All fields, __ all fields in level ((Select membership level)), __ common for all levels.

    Can the registration form fields page be changed to say:

    Field applies to: __ All fields, __ all fields in type ((select REGISTRATION TYPE)), __ common for all fields.

    Thanks in advance.

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    beaks2lee commented  · 

    This would be an excellent addition, b/c some associations charge our users for job postings, thus allowing the association to collect more revenue which we can in turn pass along to Wild Apricot when they raise their hosting fees (which is sure to happen eventually) for providing such wonderful features for their clients

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    3 comments  ·  Designers  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    beaks2lee commented  · 

    can the blog post gadget css be manipulated to allow a portion of the body to appear? in similar fashio to the above?

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