As many as you want. However, for the security of your event’s RSVPs, signups, and guest info, we recommend 1 to 3.
The first three options below are located in the Invite People Section of the Event Manager Menu.
If they are not an event guest
In the Event Manager Menu, click Invite as New Event Manager.
If they are an event guest
In the Event Manager Menu, click Manage Guests, locate the guest, click their checkbox, click Back to top, make sure the dropdown indicates “Switch to organizer,” and click OK.
Security Tip: Do this only if you see their correct email or cell with a ✔ (i.e., they verified it).
One the Edit Event page from your Event Manager Menu:
Now visit the Receive Credit Card and PayPal Payments page from your Event Manager Menu. There you can specify which PayPal accout to use: the organization PayPal account, or if appropriate and permitted by the Admins, a separate PayPal account.
Before proceeding, do the steps in the answer How do I sell tickets? (Accepting credit card payment is recommended but not required here.)
Go to Manage Guests & Create Tickets (from your Event Manager Menu) and set the dropdown above the guests’ names to Create Tickets.
For guests on this page: ?
When done selecting guests, click Back to top, make sure the dropdown still indicates Create Tickets, and click OK.
In the Create Tickets form that appears, select the number of tickets each person is purchasing, and click Create Tickets.
OurEvents lets you issue tickets up to but not exceeding their RSVP.
Similarly, guests cannot purchase tickets by credit card until they RSVP and indicate the number of people coming.
If you have multiple pages, do each page separately.
The maximum number of guests on a page is 25.
Click Duplicate Event in the Event Manager Menu.
Select what to duplicate (tasks, surveys & forms, links, notes, etc.), edit the event name, description, times, location, and other options, and click Save.
In the Event Manager Menu, click Invite A Different Group or Public. Select the Main Events group to share with all members and the Public Events group to share with the public. When done, click Submit at the bottom.
You may or may not see the message:
At least one of the changes requires approval.
If so, it means an admin or manager of the other group needs to approve the event listing for their group.
Managers of the other group see the approval request on the All Events page.*
* Actually, admins and department managers who have permission to manage the group but are not members, do not see the event on All Events, but could see the event listed by clicking Group Events in the group’s Group Manager Menu.
If your group is accepting new members and is not restricted, we let your organization members become a guest if they have the event link since they already had permission to join your group and access your events.
We won’t make them a group member in this situation but they can join your group if they want to see all of your events.
To invite all the members of another group, click Invite A Different Group or Public in the Event Manager Menu.
Click All Events at the top of the All Events page and then to the left of the group name.
Neither! It is done automatically and the numbers can be exported to a spreadsheet!
Here is how it works on OurEvents®:
After the event is over and all volunteering is done, as manager you can then:
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Click Edit Event in the Event Manager Menu and then set the Maximum number of adults and kids to their current totals. (The totals are displayed next to the RSVPs checkbox). Click Save.
Click Edit Event in the Event Manager Menu and then check the box 'Require volunteers to RSVP.' People who have already volunteered without RSVPing will see notice asking they RSVP, and new volunteers will see a notice that they are required to RSVP before signing up.
Click Add Event Agenda in the Event Manager Menu under Event Settings and Information.