RSVP Sending Guide

RSVP Sending Guide

RSVPs are invitations that you can send to specific guests.
Guests receiving the RSVP can respond positively or negatively to your invitation, and you will be informed afterwards.
Those who respond positively will receive an e-mail with an attachment /e-ticket.

First, you need to configure the email template from Setup > Email Messages and Pages: RSVP > Edit

After that you can send RSVP's either individually or in bulk

Single RSVP send to 1 recipient

  1. Go Invite > SEND RSVP

  2. Select an email template and language and click Continue

  3. Check  send by email

  4. Select ticket type and quantity (usually 1 if inviting 1 person) and click Continue

  5. Fill in the fields you want. Usually these are: address (eg Dear Sir), first name (eg Nikos), last name (eg Papadopoulos, email, etc.).

  6. Click Create RSVP

You can also fill company name, position, phone, and other optional fields to help you with follow-up if needed

Send RSVP to multiple recipients

  1. Firstly, fill out your invitees list by following the instructions by clicking here.

  2. Go Invite > MASSIVE SEND RSVP

  3. Follow the steps outlined and click Preview to Check and then click Send.

After sending RSVP's you can track and trace them following those directions: RSVP Management

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