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Posted by Dan Rutledge
Posted by Dan Rutledge on Thu Dec 13, 2012 5:02 PM EST
Suzanne - great question. While there isn't currently an official way to lock your sign up (that feature is on our development list)... some people have found ways to do it. For example, I've seen people convert their sign up to a password-protected sign up right before the event and not tell anyone the password. That basically locks people out of the sign up and they can't change anything (or view anything). Keep in mind that the administrator does get email notifications any time someone updates their event and you can make the rules on what people can do. So... if you tell people they can't cancel within three days of the event... and someone does it anyways... you'll get notified by email and you can sign them right back up via the admin. Sadly, there's just no sure-fire way to stop people from bagging out on commitments. Even when we add our "lock" feature, there will be people just don't show up or send you an email saying they can't come! Frustrating for us organizers, I know! We feel your pain!
Katie... multiple administrators and notifications are features coming soon in our PRO version. For details on that, follow this link:
Hope that helps!
Posted by Katie Amato on Thu Dec 13, 2012 9:55 AM EST
Is it possible to add a name to the created by, so parents could contact more than one person?
Posted by Suzanne Oligino on Wed Dec 12, 2012 6:12 PM EST
does anyone know if you can look the event date a few days before the event so nobody can CANCEL/DELETE themselves to their commitment? I've had a few parents swap which is fine but all our dates are taken so I guess swapping doesn't work. Now I'm in a bind with 2 days left to the event & only 1 person covering the timeslot.
Posted by Dan Rutledge on Fri Dec 7, 2012 11:07 AM EST
Hi Lynette. Thanks for writing. If you have a group email alias (one address that goes to numerous people like firstname.lastname@example.org), you can certainly use that in our system (just be sure that you look for the checkbox that designates group addresses). If you have the individual addresses in any kind of electronic format, you can usually get them into our system without typing. See this question from our FAQs for help. www.signupgenius.com/support/answer/112#faq - and please pardon the silly humor on our FAQs page! :) If we can help further, please write us via www.signupgenius.com/help.
Posted by Lynnette Ware on Fri Dec 7, 2012 10:45 AM EST
Is there any way to send to a big group without having to type in all e-mail addresses? This is a school group that is created in GroupWise by the district, but I don't know how to incorporate individual addresses from the district created group.
Posted by Dan Rutledge on Thu Dec 6, 2012 3:58 PM EST
Hi Elizabeth. To send a new set of invites... simply login and view your sign up and click on "Send Invites" in the header of your sign up. You will be given the choice between sending invites to your entire group or entering the emails that you want to send invites to. For more assistance, contact us at www.signupgenius.com/help and we'll be happy to assist.
Posted by Elizabeth D'Agata on Thu Dec 6, 2012 3:49 PM EST
I want to continue to add emails to a group, but I don't see any way to email just the new addresses not the ones I already sent invites to.
Posted by Angela Nicke on Thu Nov 29, 2012 11:07 AM EST
Thanks for the New Themes,they look really Great!I love Signup genius!
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