Scheduling an Event in PayGo Calendar

You have all kinds of big new events coming up, and PayGo wants to make sure you have everything you need to make it a success.  With yourPayGo Calendar and the Setup an Event function, we’ve made it easy to schedule, monitor, and execute an event with ease.

There are two ways to access the button to create a new event. From yourPayGo Main Menu screen, you can click the Setup An Event button. You can also click the Calendar button, and then click the New Event button at the top right of the calendar screen. These will both bring you to the Event Setup screen. You will see a screen with two tabs, Event Information and Roster. There are also several buttons along the top of the screen.

Sales History: This button brings you to a screen that shows the sales history for the event you’re creating. This is useful when you’ve finished creating the event, and would like to see who’s been purchasing reservations for it.

Print Labels: If you like, you can create and print labels for this event. There is a drop-down menu for the Barcode Label Type you would like to use. Clicking the Print Label button will print out labels for the event. The number of labels printed will correspond with the event size entered in the first Event Setup box.

Print Roster: This button lets you print out a roster featuring the names of attendees for the event, what date they purchased reservations, and the amount they paid.

Jump To Inventory:This will bring you to the Inventory screen for this event.

In the Event Information tab, the first box will be the Event Setup box.

Title: This is where you name your event.

Shortcut Name: This is where you can create a shortened name for your event. This will be searchable in your Sales screen so your employees will be able to easily sell tickets for the event.

Department: You can create an event that will relate to a specific department. Class and Category can be used to further specify what this event will relate to (for more information on departments, see Defining Departments).

Instructor: You can define who is leading this event, such as a teacher or group leader.

Size: This field will allow you to set how many people can be involved in this event

Min Enrollment: This is where you define the minimum number of people the event requires.

Price: This is where you enter the price of the event to your customers.

Description: This is where you can enter a detailed description of the event you are creating.

Site: This will define what store or site you will be holding this event at.

To the right of the Event Setup box, there is a Date and Time box, where you can add the Start Date and End Date of your event, as well as its Start Time and End Time.

Multiple Date Setup: This box is where you can schedule more dates for this event. This is particularly helpful if you are creating an event such as a class that will be held on more than one days a week for a certain length of time. At the bottom of this box, there is also a field where you can make the event you are creating repeat within a certain number of days.

At the bottom of the screen there is another box labeled Event Setup. This is where you can create notes for yourself, your employees and your customers on what needs to be done to prepare for the event.

Prepare for Event: This is for any preparation that needs to be done before the event starts.

Books: This is where you can specify if there are any reading materials needed for this event.

Additional Supplies: This is where you can specify additional supplies or materials that need to be brought along to this event.

Roster tab: This is where you will see basic information for the people who have signed up for your event.

Size: This is where you will see the number of attendees that have already signed up for the event.

Slots Taken: How many slots are filled for the event.

Slots Avail: How many slots are still available for the event.

Slots: This is the number in which the attendee registered for the event.

Attendee Name: The name of attendees registered for the event.

Date Purchased: This is the date the attendee purchased a spot in the event.

Amount: This is the cost the attendee paid for the event.

After all of this information has been entered, click the Save & Close button to save your event and go back to the Main Screen. Your event has been created, and now can be purchased through your PayGo Sales Screen, and it can be accessed through your Calendar. Now go forth and host a wonderful event!

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