Participant records have a status field, and one of the standard statuses is Attended, so yes. And you can search for participants with a certain status and reports can include the status.
See also https://docs.civicrm.org/user/en/latest/events/keeping-track-of-events-and-participants/#changing-event-registration-selections-for-an-existing-participant
Oops, in clicking around, the message suddenly disappeared. This is what I did:
admin > civicontribute > payment methods (probably; the entry after accounts and before accepted creditcards)
I edited the molly entry
there I filled in the valueless select box with the account
After that, I was able to save the screen that caused the message. I am a bit ...
The fullcalendar is the plugin called "WP Calendar", if you have WordPress you install and activate it in the WordPress plugin area.
For the other issue, you may want to either disable/reinstall the civicrm extension, (works for some people), or take a look at answer to How to use event calendar extension with civievents
Also there is another step that you ...
It looks like either 'Asset Account is' account relationship is deleted or disabled. You can check by navigation to CiviCRM >> Administer >> System Settings >> Option Groups. Find for 'Account Relationship' option, click 'edit option' link besides it. Find for 'Asset Account is' if its disabled or deleted.
If disabled then enable it using api or ...
I guess the custom field is configured to use for Participants entity with Event name/event type/role set to any.
Solution for fix:
Upgrade CiviCRM to 5.15 or 5.16 because i can't replicate the bug anymore on latest version of CiviCRM.
Change the custom field config to use only Participants as entity instead Participants(Event Name), Participants(Event ...
Make two different Message Templates yourself and use CiviRules (also requires Email API extension) to send out the correct one based on the Event someone registers for.
If you need payment details as well then make your default CiviCRM Event Registration template just contain the default bits like profile and payment/receipt details.
The second Email via ...
You could use CiviRules for this.
Consider setting a small delay (when you configure your CiviRule) to ensure all CiviCRM data are saved before you Email your message out.
PS in additional to CivRules - you will also need to add the Extension: https://civicrm.org/extensions/e-mail-api
Thanks for everyone taking a look at this.. I contacted the development team and they responded with some good news..
Oh, thanks for your feedback!!! Yes, you are right, the message you
saw – incorrect. I’ll ask our developers to change the message. The
main thing you (and other users of CiviCRM/Events + QR code) need to
know that you can activate ...
Unfortunately you can't delete the event if it has participant. If you delete them the its participants will be deleted automatically. Even its not advisable to delete price set if it was ever used to record participant ticket, contribution or membership. If you delete them you will loose all financial data associated with it or the system might behave ...
This is a known issue for a quiet a long time and has been no progress on it. Alternate way of doing this would be to use global text (or use the event title field) and rewrite the output as a link and generate the link as civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=[id].
This option is not related to CiviMobile. Rather becomes available once you install QR code check in extension https://github.com/progressivetech/net.ourpowerbase.qrcodecheckin
And yes, you are reading it correctly, only a single qr can be available at a time. This is limitation of this extension, unless someone codes it in a different way. But please see a ...
The behaviour has changed in more recent versions of CiviCRM to not save the start date in event templates. However, since this does not fix older templates, I submitted a change request to always ignore the start/end date from templates. Unless it gets blocked, the change should be integrated in CiviCRM 5.17 or 5.18.