• metusalem

    (@metusalem)


    1. Can I change it so you enter all the personal information and how many tickets you want – and then after that you can click on the register button?

    2. I don’t want to send all this ticket info to people who register. They should just get a “Thank you for register” message and that’s all. But how do i do that?

    3. Is it possible to send the registered people info to other people, or give them a weekly overview of how many people are registered without they have to log in to the admin area?

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  • Plugin Contributor Tony Warwick

    (@pebblo)

    Hi there,

    1. Can I change it so you enter all the personal information and how many tickets you want – and then after that you can click on the register button?

    Not without a lot of customizations to the plugin.

    The current steps for registrations made with EE are:

    1. Select no. tickets on ticket selector
    2. EE generates a registration form based on the ticket selection and your events question settings (which is why you can’t just swap the steps)
    3. Select payment method
    4. Thank you page shows confirmation.

    Switching 1 and 2 leaves you in a chicken and egg situation, you can’t generate the registration form within EE without knowing how many tickets and the event’s question setup but you want to generate the form and then select tickets.

    2. I don’t want to send all this ticket info to people who register. They should just get a “Thank you for register” message and that’s all. But how do i do that?

    You can customize all of the messages sent by EE and/or deactivate specific messages if needed.

    So is it just all of the registration questions that you don’t want to send in the email?

    3. Is it possible to send the registered people info to other people, or give them a weekly overview of how many people are registered without they have to log in to the admin area?

    You can send each of the ‘Registration Approved’ messages to an event admin (which can be specified for each event if need be) which contains all of the information the user enters, number of tickets etc as part of core, is that what you are looking for?

    A weekly overview/report would need custom development.

    1. Okay, but is it possible to edit/change the text a bit? Then I can make it seem more logical for my users.

    how canI translate it all? Now it’s a mix of danish and english.

    2. Yes, I just want to send a simple confirmation email. that’s all. When I register now, I do not receive an email even though it’s set to be send under Settings? Why is that?

    3. Nice, how do I do that? That could be something I need.

    I forgot: How can I remove all the optional fields from the registration, so only name and email is left? All the address info should not be there.

    Plugin Contributor Josh Feck

    (@builtbynorthby)

    Hi,

    I’ll follow up with each of your questions in the next few replies:

    how canI translate it all? Now it’s a mix of danish and english.

    You can download the language files here:

    https://translate.eventespresso.com/projects/event-espresso-4/

    Download the .PO file and add your own translations using POEdit (or if you prefer the GlotPress UI, apply to be a translator and apply them directly on the translate site). Then you generate/export a .MO file and place it within /wp-content/uploads/espresso/languages/

    Plugin Contributor Josh Feck

    (@builtbynorthby)

    2. Yes, I just want to send a simple confirmation email. that’s all. When I register now, I do not receive an email even though it’s set to be send under Settings? Why is that?

    If you go to test an email from one of the email Message template editors, do you receive the test? If so, it may help to go to Event Espresso > Messages > Message Settings and set the the option for emails to be sent on the same request.

    If you don’t get that test email, can you verify whether other emails (like a WordPress password reset email) get sent from your site?

    You can install this plugin to verify whether the mail actually gets sent or not:
    https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-mail-logging/

    It’s important to figure whether the emails are actually not getting sent, or if they’re actually getting sent, but not received. If you find that they’re getting sent (or at least passed to the wp_mail() function), can you check to see whether the emails are getting trapped in the spam folder?

    In most cases, setting up a third party service to deliver email will resolve email delivery issues. The built-in mail servers (especially those that are used for shared hosting accounts) can be unreliable. We recommend using a service like Mandrill, Postmark, or any of the other services listed in our documentation for sending transactional email. You’ll find all kinds of plugins that work with these services, and they’re all available to download here for free. Here’s a link to a list of those types of plugins available here on wordpress.org:

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/tags/email-reliability/

    Plugin Contributor Josh Feck

    (@builtbynorthby)

    3. Nice, how do I do that? That could be something I need.

    There’s some help information in the Messages editor screens that explains how. So you go to Event Espresso > Messages > Default Message Templates, then click on the Help tab on the upper right corner of the page. Then click on the “Message Types” item in the menu.

    Plugin Contributor Josh Feck

    (@builtbynorthby)

    How can I remove all the optional fields from the registration, so only name and email is left? All the address info should not be there.

    You can remove those by going in to edit the event, then scroll down to the Attendee Information box, then uncheck the checkbox next to “Address Information”. Then click the Update button to update the event (save the changes).

    Here’s a screenshot that shows what that box looks like.

    https://slack-files.com/T02SY781D-FJXHRNWPL-2b6350b22c

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