Ticket #23391 Public

meaning Checkin to Event Status: check-in and checked

I have diffictulty with the meaning and translation of the words: Checkin to Event Status: check-in and checked.
If I make a rsvp I can choose YES/MAYBE/NO in what way does the check-in and checked mean.
And why are RSVP’s “checked” if they choose NO and the others (with YES) have the check-in status? I switched serveral times from check-in to checked, but cannot see the difference.

thank you in advance

BY: Jacy1001 - Jan 13,2017 AT 5:53AM - 5 years ago
    • By: Ashish Rai Jan 16,2017 AT 10:25AM - Posted 5 years ago - #23585


      Our admin will explain this to you clearly.

      I have alerted him.

    • By: Ashan Perera Jan 16,2017 AT 7:48PM - Posted 5 years ago - #23629

      I am sorry I dont quite understand what you are trying to explain here, could you please send us screenshots or video capture? thank you!

    • By: Jacy1001 Jan 17,2017 AT 3:34AM - Posted 5 years ago - #23664

      I hereby send you the screenshots, these labels are also in the language translation visible

    • By: Jacy1001 Jan 17,2017 AT 3:34AM - Posted 5 years ago - #23667

    • By: Ashan Perera Jan 17,2017 AT 10:30AM - Posted 5 years ago - #23748

      So have you not try to translate those?

      check-in = user have not arrived or checked-in at the event (call to action) check-in the user

      checked = user have already checked in for the event.

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