Tag: attendee check-ins

Loading tickets in batches

If you have events that have too many tickets to load at once due to server limitations or restrictions (e.g. shared hosting environments), you can choose to load tickets in smaller batches. By default, all tickets will be loaded in a single request, however, you can choose the amount of tickets that should load per …

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Event Reports

FooEvents Reports is a reporting tool included in the main FooEvents for WooCommerce plugin. It’s purpose is to help event organizers get a better understanding of their ticket sales and audience. It includes options to view event revenue, tickets sold, attendee check-ins and available tickets, giving you a good snapshot of event performance. The reports section consists of two areas: 1) …

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User Roles, Capabilities and Permissions

FooEvents makes extensive use of the built-in WordPress user role and capability functionality to ensure better privacy. By default, only users with the role of “Administrator” in WordPress will have access to all the FooEvents features. If you require an additional role to have access to specific FooEvents features, you will need to assign capabilities to this role using a …

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