FooEvents has a built-in ticket CSV import tool that can be used to import a large number of tickets for an event that has been generated in a third-party system. In order to import tickets from a different system, you will first need to export the ticket information from the other system as a CSV […]
FooEvents has a built-in ticket CSV import tool that can be used to import a large number of tickets for an event. It can also be used to migrate ticket data from a third-party system into FooEvents. To import tickets, you will first need to install the FooEvents plugin and create an event. Sections Summary
FooEvents captures the exact time an attendee is checked-in or checked-out and stores these times in your WordPress database. Using the FooEvents CSV export function, you can generate and download a CSV file that contains all attendees for a particular event which includes the check-in and check-out times for each attendee.
You can export a CSV file for each event which includes all ticket numbers, custom attendee fields, check-in data, booking information, purchaser and attendee details. The CSV file can be opened using any spreadsheet program such as Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets where the data can be sorted, filtered and analyzed. Here are the instructions
Please see Export event and attendee information for instructions on how to export a CSV file of your event data