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  • Resolved nataliamdasilva

    (@nataliamdasilva)


    Hi David,

    I’ve heard you talk about your plugin during one of the MeetUps. I’m testing it to see if it will work for a project.

    Is it possible to list all of the current user’s events in a list?

    I read that RSVP forms could be auto-populated, but I couldn’t get that feature to work for us – so I wasn’t sure if it was possible to log user names and then pull the posts associated with each person.

    Thank you.

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  • Plugin Author davidfcarr

    (@davidfcarr)

    I might need to understand more about what you’re trying to accomplish to give a good answer. Sounds like you have a membership-oriented website where members are registering for events?

    If a user is logged in, first name, last name, and email should be filled in automatically on the RSVP form (for first name and last name, that requires the the user has entered those fields on their profile). You could make those hidden fields instead of text fields if you wanted to, as long as they follow the same naming convention.

    Do you want users to be able to see a listing of all events they have signed up for?

    Or is this a scenario where multiple users are creating events that others can register for, and you want them to be able to see a listing of all the event documents they’ve created and the RSVP Reports for those events?

    Or something else that I’m not understanding?

    I created a fairly elaborate app on top of RSVPMaker that allows members of Toastmasters clubs to sign up for meeting roles. That might contain some useful code for your application if I understood better what it is. The RSVPMaker Volunteers plugin also contains some membership-oriented code, originally developed for a rifle range.

    It probably wouldn’t be difficult to add the additional functionality you’re after, although I’ll have to think about whether it should be part of the core plugin or an extension. And I still have to understand better what you’re trying to accomplish. If you’re a PHP coder, I might be able to point you to some functions you can hook into if you want a DIY solution.

    Thread Starter nataliamdasilva

    (@nataliamdasilva)

    Hi David,

    Thank you for your reply. I have limited programming knowledge, and so would appreciate any available guidance.

    Both of the scenarios you mentioned fit within what we need. I would like to output a list of the events students (subscribers) have rsvp’ed to, which I will add to a special page. Teachers (editors) would have a list of the classes (events) they created on another special page.

    I will have to test out why the RSVP autofill did not work for me. I did have more than one events plugin on at the time so maybe that was why. And I will check the plugin you mentioned too.

    P.S. You are right that we are a membership site. Right now we are set up to offer one-on-one lessons, which we offer with woo. But recently we received a request for group classes, hence my frantic testing of events plugins. You can see our current get up at http://www.languagensnaps.com.

    Plugin Author davidfcarr

    (@davidfcarr)

    Release 7.7.9 allows you to embed of a lists authored by a specific user. So if you have a series of courses set up with the instructor as the author, you could create a profile page for that instructor and embed the event listing of just that person’s courses.

    Screenshot: setting Author field in the events listing block

    I added this as a general purpose feature others might find useful.

    I can think of other ways you might hook into various profile listings, but at that point it would have to be a consulting gig. Write me at david@rsvpmaker.com if you’d like me to consult on further customizations.

    Thread Starter nataliamdasilva

    (@nataliamdasilva)

    Thank you so much! I’ll follow up by e-mail. We can mark this topic as closed.

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