Registration from cal listview (upcoming) and yes/no/maybe support
|Priority:||Should have||Due date:|
|Assignee:||Thomas Ernst||% Done:||
|Target version:||Version 0.4.0|
we think about using your extension in the internal area of our orchestra homepage (www.mbp-ev.de) to replace Doodle (www.doodle.com) for our rehearsal schedule management. Two features would be very interesting for us to have:
(1) Registration from cal listview
We have several rehearsals per week which we would like to present to our members in a cal listview for the next 6 months or so. Going into the details of each of those, registering there, and going back as necessary today would be quite complicated.
Idea: Create a simple "mass registration" for fe_users on the cal listview. Each event should have a registration drop-down (see below) and maybe a short textfield for additions ("will be a bit late"). One button below the listview to register for all rehearsals.
(2) Yes/No/Maybe support
We would need three kinds of registrations: "Yes" (as today), "Maybe", and "No" (meaning the fe_user has seen the event but cannot participate - he should still be notified about changes to the event, though).
Do you think these features are interesting enough for others to add them to register4cal? This would be great :-) Of course, we would be happy to help with testing and feedback!
Updated by Thomas Ernst almost 4 years ago
- Status changed from New to Accepted
- Assignee set to Thomas Ernst
for the "mass registration" in the listview, I need to check, which hooks in the listview can be used for this. I'll let you know if this is possible when I checked it.
The yes/no/maybe feature should be usable with the current version of the extension. You can create an userfield, showing a checkbox with these tree values.
Updated by Thomas Ernst over 3 years ago
- Target version set to Version 0.4.0
- % Done changed from 0 to 60
Registraion from list view should be possible from the next version on. New template subparts define the way the registration form is being displayed for a list element.
Checking the other thing (yes/no/maybe field) I found, that using a select box or option field as a userfield is hard to accomplish. I will improve this also, but record it as a new feature request.