Managing Your Registrants

Managing Registrants: Want to ensure players don't miss out on registering for your event?  In the first step of creating your event utilize our three different ways of accepting your registrants: Waitlist, Capped Registration, or Acceptance list: 




Waitlist On: Select this, if you'd like your event to have a waitlist (Example: Maximum number of players is 16, once 16 players have registered, registration stays open). 

Capped Registration: Choose this option if you would like registration to end once the maximum number of registered players has been reached (Example: Maximum number of players is 16, once 16 players have registered, registration is closed).

Acceptance list: Select this option, to have an acceptance list. Make sure gender is chosen. This option doesn't work for CO-ED events. Your acceptance list will be displayed on the Event page.


How do I know who is on my waitlist? From your event page, you can export your player list as a sortable spreadsheet that includes the date/time a player registered to determine who is on your waitlist. To download your player list, click "Export Players":


Pro Tip: If you set the maximum registration to 16 and have 20 registered players, you can sort your exported players spreadsheet by date/time and see the last 4 players to register; they would be on the waitlist. 


How do I manage waitlisted players in my Draw? Once you know which players are on the waitlist using the Export Players feature, you can manage them in your Draws. After registration closes, click "Create Draws" on your event page:

Click the three grey dots next to the player who has not been placed in the Draw and click "Waitlist":


The player will then be moved to your waitlist:

If you'd like to remove the player from the waitlist, check the box next to the player's name and click "Move", you will be able to choose which Draw to move the player into:



Let's get started creating your event.








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