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Is it better to use radio buttons for the age groups [i.e. one for Adults (age 14+) and another for Youth (age 13-)] when reserving a lodge stay than asking for actual age? What are the pros and cons?
Using radio buttons is better when one person is making a lodge reservation for another and does not know their age. I suspect with will happen a lot, especially for lodge admins who add hosts and other volunteers, as well as people who might bring a friend.10 votes
Waitlists for lodge stays are complicated and challenging both because of the potential for one person to make a reservation for multiple people and the number of nights for which they may wish register.
It may be best to keep a waitlist "separate" from the roster for each lodge stay and automatically email the entire list if any amount of availability opens. Then it's back to a first come, first served basis. This is a "notify me if space becomes available" rather than our "traditional" waitlist functionality.8 votes
As a volunteer admin on an outdoor center committee, allow me to cancel one or more lodge stays for our lodge, so that members and guests will know that it has been canceled (on the website), that those who registered will be notified of the cancellation, and so that staff can issue refunds to those who registered and paid.
The automation for this involve adding a button or link to lodges stays (or lodge stay rosters) so that when canceled (and confirmed with a popup yes/no-style check) that the state of the lodge stay(s) is/are set to "canceled" and all…7 votes
In the "View Lodge Stay Rosters" "Summary" section add a "Hosts, Volunteers & Participants" column that is the sum of the "Hosts & Volunteers" + "Participants" columns.1 vote
As a logged in member i'd like to see my family members showing up when registering so i don't have to retype name/ages and this allows for better tracking in database of who is actually using the lodge.0 votes
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