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The first thing you see when you click the Registration tab is a summary of activity on your event. Registration information is broken out by seating types and by RSVP invitations. In the summary, you can view the number of registrants who have signed up for each seating type, the number of waitlisted registrants, and the number of seats available.
The Registration tab in Forms Manager shows you all of the registration data from a given form.
You can view any seating type’s waitlist by clicking on the "Waitlist" button on the left-hand nav bar. Print or export the waitlist by clicking the buttons at the top of the screen. Click on the edit pencil next to the email address to offer the respondent a seat or delete their request. Options are available for how many seats to offer and when the offer will expire, as well as a custom message to send the respondent.
Likewise, the “Roster” button will show you a list of completed registrations. The list can be filtered by seating type or by each of the Registration Elements on the form.
You can edit the attendee info by clicking the pencil icon next to their name. You can also cancel the registration from this screen by selecting the checkbox at the end of the row.
The “Seating Report” allows you to view registration information individually for each seating type that you've configured. As with the Roster, you can use the filter controls to narrow down the view of your data, and you can use the edit pencils to edit the attendee info.
Finally, you can view a combined view of the seating information and form data on the Results tab of the form. Click the “Seating” button to access a view of the results data that includes seating information, and use “Set Columns” to customize the view.