The free version of the RSVP plugin provides solid RSVP functionality for your event. However, the RSVP Pro plugin is here when your event (or events) needs more customization and flexibility. The features below are all a part of the RSVP Pro plugin and have been proven to work on both small events and those with many thousands of people.
RSVP Pro is powerful enough to handle invitee information for hundreds of events AND sub-events, allowing you to customize the RSVP process for a wide variety of scenarios.
The RSVP Pro plugin is very malleable and has the ability to:
- Change all text (buttons, text box titles, etc) from the admin area
- Set enrollment to be either open or to use a pre-determined invitee list
- Create custom questions
Email Notifications and Messaging
Being able to easily connect with guests is an important part of event
planning. RSVP Pro makes that communication painless. You can quickly send emails to guests and setup reminders to be sent at a later time through the admin area of the plugin.
In addition to emailing guests, it is also possible to send invitees confirmations
when they RSVP. Those same confirmations can be sent to an admin or specified event
coordinator. At the end of the event, it is also possible to automatically send
the entire guest list to a specified email.
There are two ways to display event information with the RSVP Pro plugin. The first
puts the attendee list on a page or post. This list will include a person’s RSVP status
for a specific event and related sub-events.
The second way is to show all of the upcoming events on a page or post. This method makes it possible for people to RSVP by clicking on a link, which is useful if there are many different events that need an RSVP.
This functionality allows you to manage an event that happens at set time intervals. An event can repeat for as long as you want with the
ability to keep a history of past events as well.
Quickly Get Up and Running
The Complete Feature List
You might want to grab some coffee first!
|All text can be changed from the admin area|
|Automatically create a page for new events|
|Add attendee list to automatically created page|
|Custom styling via admin|
|Restrict admin access to specific WordPress roles|
|Internet calendar file (ICF) file functionality|
|Public and private events|
|Designate multi- vs. single-page RSVP form (useful with sub-events)|
|Open or set guestlist registrations|
|Disable editing of RSVPs|
|Disable additional guests|
|Customizable number of additional guests / +1s at the event or invitee level|
|Auto-enroll WordPress users|
|Salutations and suffixes|
|Allow for first and last name to be editable|
|Require RSVP and email questions|
|Set the passcode length|
|Require the passcode to RSVP|
|Use only the passcode to RSVP|
|Public attendee list|
|Allow attendees to modify their status from the public attendee list|
|Checking-in via public attendee list|
|Email attendee list once RSVP closes|
|CC associated guests on RSVP|
|Specify BCC address on confirmation emails|
|Custom confirmation email templates|
|Custom question display depending on RSVP status|