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RSVP Dashboard

The RSVP Dashboard is a centralized location for all of your admissions purchased and allocations. It is here you can see who purchased what admission, how many seats are allocated, and the RSVP URL (if eligible). You also have access to edit each Sale, allowing for you to customize the allocations and meal selections.

Note: If you do not see the RSVP Dashboard, please contact support@greatergiving.com so we can enable that feature for you.

The RSVP Dashboard can be found by clicking Manage Project in the Main Menu and selecting RSVP Dashboard.

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RSVP Dashboard Stats

  • RSVPs: This shows your total number of admissions purchased and the total number of admissions that have been RSVP'd to, meaning admissions that have been allocated.
  • Admissions Purchased by Package Name: This lists the package names for all packages that contain admissions that have been sold and how many admissions have been purchased.
  • Meal Types: This provides quick meal counts and a total.

RSVP Dashboard Summary

  • Sales Reference Number: The Sales Reference Number is a link that will take you right into editing the specific Sale. From there, you can Allocate Admissions yourself, or Generate the RSVP URL for an eligible Sale.
  • Purchaser Name (Show Allocations): Each Purchaser Name has an option to Show or Hide Allocations. This will allow you to see exactly who is allocated to that Purchase.
  • Package Name: This is the name of the Sponsorship or Admission Package that was purchased by the Purchaser. 
  • Allocated: These numbers indicate a) how many total tickets were included in this Sale, and b) how many of those tickets are currently allocated.
  • RSVP URL: A quick button to copy the URL listed for easy pasting. This is the URL that should be sent to the Purchaser, so that they may share it with their guests. Each guest that uses this RSVP URL can be imported up to the total amount available. If a URL does not appear here, it could be:
    • The Sale is not eligible for an RSVP URL, such as a Sale from a Project Website.
    • The RSVP URL has not been generated yet. See Sending RSVP Links.
  • RSVP Contact: This field is perfect for tracking who within the purchasing company is working with you to provide guest names.

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