Event Registration plugin, attendees can apply to event ticket using a form and event can view the registration on their event dashboard.
If user is logged in, visiting a event page will show a Registration form fields for fullname, email field attendee register their event. This will look something like:
The event registrations can be managed through the dashboard. You can not only view the registration requests but also can see registration status like total registrations, cancelled, confirmed, archieved, total checked in etc.
If you offer front end event submissions, you can use this plugin to let the user’s view the registrations on their event dashboard. If you list your own events, you can view the registrations on your admin dashboard. You can see full details about attendee which they have submitted at the time of event registration process. It also give you full overview about how many tickets and which ticket and when attendee purchased etc. You can also change their status like from waiting list to confirmed etc. You can make comment or note for particular registration and help you to remember it for special action in the future. Organizer can also send mail to attendee too. Here, organizer can easily handle check in and not check in for event.
As shown in the image, a green “registered” will be shown above the events. It means that the visitor have already registered for this event and visitor do not need to register for it and visitor can quickly filter from other events.
Not just the voluntary registration from the front end, this plugin also allows the admin of the website to manually add the registration of a user for an event.
To manage the event registrations, there’s this option in dashboard through which the admin of the site can view and fully control the registrations for different events listed on his website. Same like frontend registration manage feature, Admin also can see full details about attendee which they have submitted at the time of event registration process. It also give you full overview about how many tickets and which ticket and when attendee purchased etc. Admin can also change their status like from waiting list to confirmed etc. Admin can make comment or note for particular registration and help admin to remember it for special action in the future. Admin can control top of organizer and can also send mail to attendee when organizer and attendee miss communication gap. Here, admin also can easily handle check in and not check in for event.
Through the event registration management dashboard, the admin can manage the registrations. He can change status of the registration, viz. Change a registration to cancel, change from waiting to registered, etc. Admin can also manage registration actions like delete, update and view.
The fields that will appear on the registration form at the front end can be managed from here. The admin can totally choose what information he wants the visitor to submit to get registration for the events.
Through this option, you can change the format of the email notification that will be sent to a registered user on successful registration.
The admin can also manipulate the email template for the email that is sent to an organizer when a new user registers for their event.
As seen in the image, the admin can manage the behaviour of the registration form using this settings from the backend. Admin can apply restriction for registration like only registered user can register to event. Admin also can prevent users from registering to the same event multiple times.
What if the event is cancelled? There are settings regarding the events registrations that needs to be managed. Event registrations will be deleted when the parent event listing is deleted. Otherwise they will be kept on file and visible in the backend. Also Purge registration data and files after particular days. The admin can do using the “Admin registration management” settings..
For overriding or customization template files can be found in the wp-event-manager-registrations/templates/ directory. To override a template file, first you need to create directory “wp-event-manager-registrations” under your theme folder and copy the template file to “/wp-content/yourtheme/wp-event-manager-registrations/” directory. Your theme will use all the template files from the “/wp-content/yourtheme/wp-event-manager-registrations/” directory instead of the plugin’s template file (/wp-content/plugins/wp-event-manager-registrations/).
- event-registrations.php template file lists the user’s alerts.
- registration-form.php template file which controls the alerts form display on events page.
Remember: if you have overrided template file and plugin frequently updating then you need to sync template file with new updates from the plugin’s template file for better functionality and new features.