How do I create discount codes to provide discounts to participants when purchasing tickets?

To create discount codes, go to Discounts Manager (Find it on the left sidebar). 

Discount Title : *

Give a title to your discount

Discount Code : *

This discount code is used by the users to apply for discount while purchasing tickets

Discount Amount : *

Enter the amount you want to provide as discount

Discount Type : *
Fixed Amount  Percentage

Fixed amount type will deduct the actual amount from the ticket.
Percentage will deduct the percentage of the total from the ticket

Quantity : *

This defines how many times the discount code can be used throughout the event

Start Date : *
Calendar The discount code can be used only after the start date you set here

End Date : *
Calendar The discount code can not be used after the end date you set here

Published :

Set to Yes to activate the discount code for usage

Select Tickets*

The discount code will be applied only for the selected tickets.
Discount will be applied on the tickets separately. If tax is enabled
then tax will be applied on the discounted amount of each ticket.

Apply this discount code for :

All users

Members of this Conference / Event

Group registration / Multiple Tickets Purchase

Users with selected Roles

User who Registered between given Period

User who selected option(s) of Field(s)

Where is attendees QR codes in the mobile app?

The QR code comes embedded in the badge that you need to generate for your attendees using the Badge builder tool. 

You can also go to each attendee’s detail page to print their respective badges.

Your attendees will wear this badge and using the scanner, the exhibitors can scan the QR code embedded on those badges. Attendees can also do the badge scanning to collect each other’s contact information.

All these data collected are saved under vCards & Meetings tab in attendee dashboard and also in the backend.

How to Create a LinkedIn Social Login App

To create a LinkedIn App, go and visit:

You need to be logged in to your LinkedIn account to be able to access their developer page. So first, log in to your LinkedIn account and then follow the link above to get to their developer page. This should look similar to the one shown in the image below:

LinkedIn Developer Page

On that page click on the “Create Application” link. Now the “Create Application” page does load. On that page enter all the information which do contain a star. They are required.

Add New LinkedIn App

Within the Application Info make sure, that you enter the correct URL of your website and that the URL you enter there does match 100% the one from your website. It’s important that the entered Website URL does match the one from your actual website, otherwise the App won’t work correctly and it will show an error message when you or your users try to connect with the App.

After you entered all the required information, check the box at the bottom of the page to agree to the LinkedIn API Terms of Use and click on the “Submit” button.

After you added the application you will see a app listing page which will contain all the needed information to integrate that App in to your website. See image below:

LinkedIn App Success 

Use the “OAuth 2.0 Redirect URLs” field same as the LinkedIn callback URL. If these entries do not completely match the URL of your website, the application won’t work and it will show an error message whe you try to connect to the App.

Copy the API Key and Secret Key in to the LinkedIn App settings within the settings page. Go to Contacts > Settings to set up LinkedIn application. See image below:

LinkedIn App Plugin Settings

Important: When you copy and paste all the needed IDs and Keys, make sure, that you don’t have any empty spaces, either at the beginning nor at the end of these entries. If you have any empty spaces, then the Application won’t work and will show an error message when you try to connect to the App.

After you entered the App ID and App Secret, click on the “Save” button within the settings page.

Automated email notifications workflow

Automated email notifications are sent out when user or admin performs the associated action.

Admin can create custom email notifications that can be triggered on specific activity being performed.

Email notification

For example, if you want to be notified when a user selects “Yes” for a question, you can create a custom email notification, select the form and the question which when answered would trigger the form. Everytime, a user submits the form and answered that question, the concerned admin would receive the notification.Email Triggers


Transaction declined by but payment deducted from my card


The payment was declined with the message: “The Transaction has been declined because of an AVS mismatch. The address provided does not match billing address of cardholder”.

The buyer, however, received the text message from their bank that the transaction has been completed but at the same Dryfta shows the payment for the Order as Declined.


If the card used is a debit/checking card and it fails the AVS checks, the bank will still deduct the funds since the bank approved the transaction. The payment gateway declines the transaction due to AVS failure but the bank does not know this.


The cardholder would have to wait for the authorization to expire (seems to vary bank to bank) before the funds are returned to their account.


Since the transaction never settles, the merchant has no way to “refund” or “void” the transaction.


When you get a decline due to AVS mismtach the customer is not charged. What they are seeing is a pending authorization which will eventually drop off.


Go to your Authorize.Net Merchant Interface (Fraud Detection Suite > Enhanced AVS Handling Filter) and turn off the fraud screening settings so it does not decline transactions when the address doesn’t match.