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How do I set up a Waiver question?

If you need to have your registrants agree to some type of waiver prior to registering, then you can use the procedure below to set up a Waiver question.

Does your Admin Dashboard have Menus or Buttons?

rsvpBOOK has 2 versions of the Admin Dashboard.  Which one do you have?

Does your Admin Dashboard have Menus or Buttons?

If Menus, your Survey Questions tool is located here ...

If Menus, your Survey Questions tool is located here ...

If Buttons, your Survey Questions tool is located here ...

If Buttons, your Survey Questions tool is located here ...

The Questionnaire Wizard window opens

There are two places that you can use to add questions:

  1. In the Quick Nav panel on the left of the screen
  2. Click the Add Question button at the bottom of the screen

Click the Add Question button to create the Waiver question set

The Waiver question set consists of 4 questions:

  1. A category Question: the word Waiver
  2. The Question that asks the registrant to agree to the Waiver
  3. The Conditional Question for the registrant's Yes response
  4. The Conditional Question for the registrant's No response

What does this question look like on the registration page?

This is the Waiver Question BEFORE a selection has been made by the registrant.

What does this question look like on the registration page?

If the registrant DOES NOT AGREE to the Waiver, they see this ...

If the registrant does NOT agree to the Waiver (they choose No from the dropdown), a conditional question is used to inform them that they may not register for the event.

If you want to prevent this non-qualifying registrant from registering, install a "kill switch" for the No response.  How?  See this article: How do I install a "kill switch" to prevent an unqualified registrant from registering?

If the registrant DOES NOT AGREE to the Waiver, they see this ...

If the registrant DOES AGREE to the Waiver, they see this ...

If the registrant does agree to the Waiver (they choose Yes from the dropdown), a Conditional Question is used to inform them that they may continue registering. How do I set up Conditional Questions?

In addition, a Conditional Sessions Rule was used to make the Classes section visible ONLY if they answer Yes. How do I set up Conditional Sessions/Sales Items?

If the registrant DOES AGREE to the Waiver, they see this ...

Have a look at these articles ...

This article describes how to Add Questions: How do I add questions to my registration page?

This article describes how to Add Conditional Questions: How do I set up Conditional Questions?

This article describes how to Add Conditional Sessions and Sales Items: How do I set up Conditional Sessions/Sales Items?

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