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What is the difference between Tags and Defined Fields, and in which scenario would it be ideal to use them?

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Wanting to identify three different groups of attendees, separating them, but they will all be going to the same event. Do we have to scan by group, or is there a way to organize them into the groups when we look at the data afterwards? (Besides manually looking them up one by one)
asked Jun 25, 2018 by anonymous

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Tags are used to group your attendees. By grouping your attendees using tags, you will have the option to print name badges by tag (allowing you to have different designs of badges by tag), you can filter by tag in the Attendee list screen and finally you can register attendees using tags (tag your event and everyone in that group will be automatically registered to that event.

User Defined Fields are used to add more meta data to your attendees. It is a way to capture data in string, drop down or check box. This is helpful for registration purposes where you can ask your attendees to provide more info about themselves. UDF are included in some reports.

I hope this helps and apologies for the late response. Please email us at support@dotenablers.com for more info.

Thank you,

Tom Crowley
answered Jul 14, 2018 by admin (2,770 points)