Multiple Logins

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    Hi,

    I like to find out if Pro allows multiple logins? Meaning anyone can create an account with a special login to create an event and sell tickets or does it only allow the user of the program to create events.

    Reis
    #8471 Reply

    Hi Reis,

    In the free version you can set permissions of the user role, including allowing users to ‘edit events’. Those with that capability can also create tickets for their events (in the next update to Pro additional capability settings will be set to allow admins to fine tune this a bit more).

    Currently, though, only admins can view and manage bookings. In the next update there’ll be options to allow event organisers to view bookings and edit bookings for their events.

    Gateway settings are set by the admin and are applied globally to all events. I did create a quick extension to allow PayPal settings to be change per event which I’d happily send to you, but its not an ‘officially supported’ extension and doesn’t enjoy the same user-interface integration other extensions use (it relies on the user using the event custom fields metabox). Because its not a feature that everyone requires, the plan is to eventually make available an extension which adds dedicated gateway metabox to events so that the appropriate settings can be set per-event.

    I hope that answers your question.

    Stephen Harris
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