I think I am doing something wrong.
Please can you assist me in setting up the trigger or mechanism to know when an event is declined so as to send the declined confirmation message?
Andre van Schalkwyk
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If you go into your Event, on the right hand pane is the option for Confirmation Messages.
You can edit the Decline Message here and then click the Finish button.
Then if someone declines, it will automatically display them the Decline Message.
*Note: The Decline Message only displays if they are registering through the Event Invitation, which is the only place the Decline link is present.
I hope that helps!
Thanks for the info, but it unfortuantely does not make sense.
I dont have a decline button that gets added automatically and when I create items in my form that says "I will not be able to attend" the user still receives the registration success message, I dont see a way to trigger the not attending message here.
Very sure there is something that I am doing wrong.
Any help would be great, thanks.
No worries, let me see if I can explain this.
The "I can not attend" link is actually included in the Event Email you send to your contacts. It will only send if someone clicks that link.
If you're not sending the Invitation from within your published Event, they will not receive the Decline message.
If you added a field to the registration to state "I will not be able to attend", that is still registering them for the Event in our system. Our system doesn't know that that is a "decline" option.
Does that make sense?
There is not an option to decline on the event landing page as there is no customer information being saved. The decline button is available in your event's email invitations. The landing page is designed to be a more public option where people can register if they want but don't need to take any action if they don't want to attend. Here is an article from our Help Center that goes into further details on understanding the difference between your Event Landing Page and Event Invitations.
Hope this helps,