By registering with the RSVP system AND RSVPing to events you plan to attend,
the Club and members will benefit. Here's how:
- Hosts know better how to plan on stops and eating places.
- RSVP'd members can be notified of special instructions via email.
- Last minute information can be relayed via telephone.
- Members can see who else is attending an event.
- Easy RSVP maintenance to cancel or re-RSVP to any event.
We have implemented a new volunteer RSVP system for club events. Although RSVPing to an event is voluntary, I think you will like how it works and we encourage you to use it.
By doing an event RSVP, your host(s) will better be able to plan stops (parking, frequency, meals) and arrange for additional leaders and cabooses.
Here's how the system works
On the main event calendar, in the last column, there will be a link to the RSVP utility for all future events. By clicking on the RSVP link, you will enter the utility and be asked for your email address.
If this is the first time you have RSVPed to an event, you will need to register.
Your identity to the RSVP utility is your email address.
You will be asked for your first and last name and your main contact telephone number.
These are mandatory entries.
The phone number will only be used by the host of an event that you are registered for (RSVPed to) in case of last minutes details that are too late to make it to the web site or email you additional information.
Optionally, you can add your cell phone (or other alternate) number and your default passenger's first and last name. If the last name is the same, you may enter it or leave it blank.
After you confirm your entries, you will be redirected to the RSVP page.
After RSVPing, you will be sent back to the main calendar. From here you may RSVP to another event or you may cancel an RSVP.
To cancel an RSVP, (or check on your RSVP status) click on the RSVP link at the end of the event on the main calendar. You will see your status (Registered or Cancelled) for that event.
If you are registered, you will be able to cancel or return to the main calendar.
If you are cancelled, you may re-RSVP or return to the main calendar.
You will also see who else is registered for this event, and see your status for all events you have previously RSVPed to.
This looks like it will be a great tool for event hosts to use in planning the final details for an event. Again, we encourage you to use it.
If you have any questions or suggestions for improvement, please send an email.