By default, all guest options and sessions are shown on one card on the page. If the event is set up with Session Groups, each group of guest options and sessions is shown on a separate card in the set order. Those guest options and sessions not in a group are shown on a card at the top of the page.
If a group is set up to require users to select at least one session, the description on the card lets them know that they need to make a selection. If users try to proceed without choosing a session from a group requiring a selection, they are shown a message asking them to make a selection. If all the sessions in the group are full, users can continue without making a selection.
If the event is set up with guest options, users can select the option and enter how many guests they would like to bring.
Users see the names and prices for all event sessions, and can choose any sessions they want to attend. For sessions with limited space, users can only choose the session if there is space available. Also, if the session has one, users can click to see the session description. Learn more about Inventories.
When users choose a session, all other sessions conflicting with that session are unavailable for selection and users sees a message identifying the conflict. In order to choose a conflicting session users must deselect the session with which it conflicts.
For those sessions allowing guests, users can select the number of guests they want to bring by updating the Quantity. Learn more about quantities.
Quantity on a session, Community Hub does not currently enforce this value as the maximum number users can choose. Instead, if staff set
1, users can choose to register for the session. If staff set
Quantity to 2 or more, users can choose to register for the session and bring as many guests to the session as they want. Additionally, if
Inventory On Hand on a session is
1 or more, users can choose to register for the session and bring as many guests to the session as they want, regardless of the remaining seats.
Cards on the Page
|SessionSelection||Product List Card Type|