Recording attendances

Bookwhen allows you to record who attends your events in real-time. You can find the Attendee List on your Schedule page (as long as the event has bookings).

This feature is only available on the Standard plan (and above).

If your event is part of a course (where there are no non-course tickets), you can access it using the icon shown below next to your chosen date:

Click on the green icon to indicate that a booker has attended your event -

Click on the red icon if you would like to mark them as a 'no show' -

You can also click the 'X' to remove any record of attendance -

Or click at the bottom to mark all attendees. (This will overwrite any existing record) -

Attendances will also be displayed in your Bookings tab -

Editing your attendee list columns

You can select any booking form fields you have set up and include them on the Attendee list by clicking on the icon at the right-hand side of the table -

More Options

Use the Options menu to access further options from the attendee list, including:

  • Print - Produce a PDF or hard copy of the Attendee List.

  • View public event - see the event on the public page (and complete manual bookings if necessary)

  • View bookings list - see the relevant bookings for the event via the 'bookings' tab.

  • View email list - view and copy a list of email addresses for attendees of the event if you need to contact them.

  • Resend confirmation emails - resend confirmation emails to attendees of the event.

  • Event specific information - view and edit private event-specific information, maximum event size, location, assign videos to the event, and select options for ongoing access or overriding event leaders.

  • Unpublish this single event - unpublish this event from your schedule.

  • Cancel event - mark the event as canceled on the public schedule (this will not notify attendees).

  • Change event date/time - Moves the event to a new date/time, including existing bookings (this will not notify attendees).

  • Export to CSV - Downloads a .csv spreadsheet file (for use with Excel, Google sheets, etc.)

  • Edit table columns - see above.

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