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    Thanks for your votes! We have this on our longterm roadmap for Event Tickets Plus.

    Some folks have started using the free Event Tickets addon as a waitlist ( https://wordpress.org/plugins/event-tickets/ ). With that plugin installed a new type of ticket becomes available: RSVP. You can add RSVPs “tickets” to sold out events. This allows users to share their email address if they are interested in attending. You can then email the list of interested users when a ticket becomes available.

    With some minor wording modification you can even rename RSVP to “Waitlist” and change any other verbiage to help make this a decent wait list feature for your website.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    this is a much-needed feature. I have opened a ticket also in support and was redirected to feature request. this was my post.

    "[...] However it doesn't prevent someone with a QR code from an event in the past or in the future to be checked-in.

    I see the QR code is in the form of https://......&ticket_id=xxxx&event_id=yyyy&.....

    =>a full implementation to select the event would require to pull the current event from the calendar and select the event for which we are checking people in.
    =>a quick-hack would be to have a text field to key-in the "event_id" on the App when you open the gate for an event.
    At the time of decrypting the QRcode, if the event_id on the QR_code is not matching what was key'ed in, display a warning ( not sure if it should block or not . I think it should BLOCK & beep with error. others may want to bypass that warning)

    ( taking this to the next level some may want to check WHICH type of tickets were purchased for that event.
    you wouldn't want to let people in at the VIP gate if they carry a monkey-class ticket.
    that's a "nice to have" )
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