New form type: attendance

A new form type, called ‘attendance’, is available to let people check themselves in for an online event which they have previously booked for. Then it redirects them to the event’s web page.

Rather than provide people with bookings with the URL of the event location (on Zoom, Teams or whatever), you give people with the URL of the page on your website where the attendance form is embedded. That form acts as an intermediary to the actual URL. Read More…

Member rate tickets and multiple discounts for event bookings

Tickets for events can now be offered at a reduced rate for current members. To book, they have to use an email address of a member and cannot purchase more tickets than the number of individuals in their membership. You can also now select more than one special rate, so it is possible to have, for example, a member rate which is only available until a certain date. Read More…

Expired and cancelled event bookings

Cameo now retains any bookings which expire or are cancelled, instead of deleting them. Additional information is added to provisional bookings to offer insight as to why a booking may have been abandoned. This information also to make it easier to process refunds if a payment was made but the booking did not complete. Also, all bookings can now be purged from Cameo after a number of months or years. Read More…

Sending email to event attendees

Sending emails to people who booked for an event is easier with a new button in the Reservations, Bookings and Attendance section on the Events menu . This doesn’t add anything you couldn’t do manually before, but it brings several steps together in one place.

To send email to event attendees, you need a list which selects them and a template which has that list as its audience. The email attendees button at the end of the Reservations section makes both for you in one go. Read More…

Short-cuts for events

There’s a few additions to make it easier to create and move between events, their venues and price plans and also to register and check in someone simultaneously at an event.

Adding one-off events has moved to be a form accessed from the add one-off event button in the events section. (All the functionality remains the same.) Read More…