There are now 2 different confirmation messages you can configure in RSVPMaker, one for the initial registration and the other displayed only after payment when you are charging for an event. One scenario: you’re charging for an online class or webinar and do not want to share the link until after payment is collected.
You can test it right now by signing up for the Google Photos workshop my friend and client Chris Guld is taking registrations for.
By default, RSVPMaker sends a confirmation email message immediately after an event registration is recorded. However, you can now change that to say the confirmation email should only be sent after payment is confirmed.
One of the new editor blocks available in RSVPMaker is RSVPMaker Schedule, an alternative to the calendar-style presentation meant to let you display a series of related events such as sessions within a conference program.
You can see it at the conference schedule demo site I’ve created, from which the screen shot below is taken. The demo is based on a live implementation for the Toastmasters District 47 annual conference (which this year turned into a virtual event).
WordPress enthusiasts might consider this as a way of sharing a WordCamp event schedule.
The setup for the conference schedule demo is that there is one RSVPMaker event post that serves as the registration page for the entire weekend event. Each conference session is then modeled as its own RSVPMaker event. As displayed within the RSVPMaker Schedule listing, the sessions of the individual presenters are grouped by day, with the time that they are speaking shown as part of the session headline.