How to create order record for recurring payments automatically?

To create order for every recurring payment do the following :

Go to webhooks in account settings of your stripe account.

Click on ‘add webhook endpoint’ and add the link provided below.

Select ‘Select Event’ option and check ‘charge.succeeded’ and ‘charge.failed’ and click on Create Endpoint.

Stripe Webhook Endpoint URL : http://yourevent.dryfta.com/recurringpayment.php – Replace ‘yourevent’ with the name of your event.

How to set up an Invite-only Event Registration and Ticketing website?

Note: If it’s a free event, simply let users create account from the account creation page (https://youreventname.dryfta.com/en/attendees-authors-registration) and enable option to automatically assign “attendee” role to all users who create their accounts.

Go to Contacts Settings to enable Invite-only registrations. Under Enable Invite-only registrations, generate a code and share that with your prospects. They would need to enter that code when registering for the event. See screenshots.

That’s all you need to do to set up your invite-only event registration form.

To customize the account creation form with your own questions including event dates on which they would be available, go to Forms & Data > Form builder and click on Add New Field button in the top right corner.

Why Dryfta asks for my event title, date and venue?

Everything on Dryfta is about event. So to use it, one has to add the very core of the event i.e. event name, date and venue. Based on that, Dryfta processes every other systems including ticketing, program schedule and other apps. It is mandatory to add these details.

 

Dryfta does not need ticketing details when you’re only using the platform for abstract submissions and peer reviews. But you still have to add the event details to make the website display Your event’s name and date, and not the default ones.

How do I accept payments for approved abstracts?

 

To accept payments for approved abstracts, you need to create a ticket under Basics (Not necessary if you want to choose an existing ticket) in your event dashboard.

Then go to abstract settings

Enable Accept payments for approved abstracts setting and Save.

You will now need to select a ticket type which will be used to accept payments for approved abstracts. The ‘Select a Ticket type’ drop down comes after you enable the above-mentioned payments button and save the settings.

The Abstract payment ticket will now be displayed in the list of tickets on your event website. Please note that this ticket will be hidden from general users and shall only display to authors who have one or more than one approved abstracts and are logged in.

Authors can now purchase this ticket type from the Buy tickets page (they also have to select the approved abstract from the drop down which is displayed when ticket quantity is selected).

Once the payment is confirmed,the associated abstract is displayed along side the purchased ticket.

Event admins can see these purchases under Orders in the event dashboard.

How to provide access to premium content to members?

 

Go to Roles & Access Control. Create a new role for contact usertype. Select content which would be accessible to
members only, and Save.

Go to Basics > Tickets and click on Settings icon of the membership ticket for which you’re setting up the content access. From the Role dropdown, select the Role which you just created, and Save.