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Signing circle members up for events

Find out how you can sign your circle members up for events and manage their attendance

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Written by Lauren Hose
Updated over a week ago

If a circle member has given the permission for circle leads to manage their events and attendance, then any circle lead will be able to sign them up for an event or manage their attendance/interest on their behalf.

Managing event attendance for circle members

To manage event attendance for one of your circle members, first view the event you’re interested in through the Calendar module and then use the dropdown in the top right corner to select the relevant circle member:

Doing this will display the event fees and attendance status for that member, and will allow you to sign them up to the event or mark them as interested.

Signing circle members up for events

To sign a circle member up for an event:

  1. Navigate to the Calendar and find the event you wish to sign the member up for

  2. Click the Sign up button

  3. Select the member you wish to sign up using the dropdown in the top right corner

  4. Choose how you wish to pay for the event (if applicable)

  5. Press next to go through the rest of the sign up process

Frequently asked questions

How can I pay the event fee for a circle member?

You can pay for an event several different ways and this will depend on how the event is set up. However, in general you will be able to use one of the following:

  • The circle member’s membership benefit (if applicable)

  • Any of the circle member’s eligible coupons

  • Any of your own eligible coupons

  • Your own account credit balance

  • Regular online payment

Can I sign people up who are not in my circle?

No, you can only sign up people who are in your circle and who have enabled the Events permission. However, you can make a new circle with any members at any time. Find out more on how to create a circle.

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