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Logging into the calendar

  1. Go to http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/calendar/ or click “Calendar” from the Baruch homepage
  2. Click “Submit Events”
  3. Click “Administrative login”
  4. The username/password is the same as the one you use to login to the computer (Active Directory)

Adding an event to the private calendar (Private calendar users only)

  1. In the calendar service, click the "Events" tab
  2. Click "Events: Add".
  3. Fill out the event name.
  4. Select "Private" for "Publish on Selected Calendar(s)
  5. Select the private category/subcategory that is available to you under "Category(s)/Subcategory(s)"

  6. Fill out the event description
  7. For the event date, start time, and duration, you can opt to fill it out here or in the next screen under "Scheduling & Facilities". 
  8. Click the next tab "Scheduling & Facilities" to proceed to the next screen.

  9. If you filled out the event date, start time, and duration, you will find it populated on the screen here. If you opted not to, fill it out the Start Date / End Date fields and the Start and End times under "Event Time(s)".
  10. If you have multiple occurrences of the event (for instance, five open houses with identical event titles/descriptions), click "Custom Schedule" and select the dates.
  11. When you are done with steps 9 and/or 10, click "Generate Schedule". This will update the screen and allow you to select a location for the event.

    If you have multiple occurences (event dates), you can select a different location for each event by checking off each event that will be using the same room and proceeding with the steps (12-13) below.

    The example image below would allow me to select a location for the 1/19/2013 event.

     
     
  12. Midway through the page, you should see a Location/Building/Room(s) checkbox list. Only check off the room that the event is on. If there is no specific room for the event, then check off the building. If the room the event is in is not listed, please submit a request to the BCTC Help Desk to add it.



  13. Once you've selected the location. Click "Save". Upon saving, the location should be reflected similar to the image below.

  14. Click on the next tab "Details & Registration"
  15. For the private calendar, you will only need to fill out the contact information and select "No" for the "Promoted in CUNY Calendar" field.

  16. Click "Preview"
  17. On the preview screen you can opt to save the event or release the event. If you save the event, it will not be published to the calendar and will only be viewable in your account. If you release the event, it will go into the calendar. The event details area shows a preview of what your event looks like in the calendar.
  18. Select save or release event and then click "Finish".

Modify/cancel/delete an existing event

  1. In the calendar service, click the "Events" tab
  2. Click "Events: Modify/Cancel/Delete".
  3. Select the event from the left-hand list and click "Submit". If you do not see the event, use the search on the right.

  4. If you have more than one occurrence in your event, you will see the screen below. You can modify the series or an individual occurrence of the event. When you've selected which set you'd like to modify, click "Submit".

  5. Modifying the event is similar to adding an event. You can proceed through the tabs and make edits where needed. If you wish to delete or cancel an event, you can select these options on the first tab shown in the image below. When you're done with your edits, just click "Preview" and you can save or release the event.



Add Registration to an Event

If you would like to add a registration form to the event, please follow the steps below.

  1. On the "Details & Registration" tab when adding/modifying an event, you should see an "Enable Registration" checkbox. If you do not see this, make sure that your event date is set correctly. If it is in the past or day of, it will not allow you to set registration. Check off "Enable Registration" and the options below should appear.

  2. For "Registration Form Template", it is advised to set up your own template as this allows you to control the different options of the form. If you wish to do this, please see the section below. The standard form has a set of options that cannot be changed. The options are noted in the list below. If these options are satisfactory, then select "Use Standard Form" as the registration form template.
    • The standard form sets all registrants to "pending" which means you will have to go into the system and manually approve people who have registered for the event.
    • The standard form emails the user who created the event with a notification every time someone registers for the event
    • The standard form only asks for the user's first name, last name, and email address.
  3. For "Registration Rules", this only applies to an event with multiple occurrences (for example, an open house event that occurs every two weeks with registration). The following options are available:
    • Single Occurrence Level Registration Only Enforced - a registrant can only register for one occurrence (can only attend one open house)
    • Multiple Occurrence Registration Allowed - a registrant can register for all open house events 
  4. Make sure to set the following fields as they are required
    • Maximum Registrants - Check unlimited if you do not want a limit
    • Registration Deadline
    • Cancellation Deadline - When the user registers for an event, they also receive a link to cancel their registration. This will set a deadline for allowing cancellations
  5. You can also set the event to display if registration spaces are still available. Setting it to yes will show how many spaces are still available. 
  6. You can ignore the "Additional Registrant Information" as this is not normally used.
  7. The registration portion is done, you can proceed with other event changes or click "Preview" and finalize the event.

Create a Registration Form Template

  1. To create a customized registration form, in the calendar service click the "Registration" tab.
  2. Click "Forms: Add". You will see the screen below.

  3. Type in the Form Name
  4. Select "Registration Form without Payment" for Form Type.
  5. For "Send Confirmation Email", you can opt to send a confirmation email to the user when they register. If you do not wish for them to receive a confirmation email, select "Do Not Send Confirmation to Registrants".
  6. You will see four boxes with a list of users. To add a user, select the user in the box and then click "Add". Here's what each box does.
    • Users/Groups to Assign Form to Events - These are users who can use this form for their events. 
    • Users/Groups to Receive Registration Emails - Users selected here will receive an email every time someone registers for an event using this form. If you do not wish to receive any emails, it is recommended you add "Admin, ActiveData" to this section with no one else. If you leave this section blank, a registration email will be sent to the user who created the event using this form.
    • Users/Groups to Process Form Registrants - Users added here will be able to add/delete/approve/reject users who register.
    • Users/Groups who can Modify/Delete Registration Form - Users added here can modify this form template or delete it.
  7. After you are done with this section, click "Next". You will see the screen below.

  8. "Set New Registrants" allows you to set users to either approved or pending. If you set users to pending, you will have to approve them in the system when users register for an event. 
  9. You can send an email reminder to people who have registered for your event with a time you specify.
  10. The form text area allows you to change the wording on the registration form for the event.
  11. The email text area allows you to change the wording on the various emails sent out to registrants. The different types of emails are as follows
    • Registration Confirmation - This email is sent to users when the form is configured to set new registrants as pending (requiring approval). This email does not get sent out if you have the form configured to automatically approve users.
    • Registration Approved - This email goes out as the first email if the form is set to automatically approve registrants otherwise it is sent out after you've manually approved a registrant.
    • Registration Denied - Sent out when you deny a registrant in the system
    • Registration Deleted - Sent out when you delete a registrant in the system
    • Registration Cancelled - Sent out when a user cancels their registration or when you cancel the event which automatically sends out a cancellation email to all registrants
    • Registration Reminder - Sent out if you have the email reminder function checked off
  12. You can set a "From" email address by filling out the "Send emails from" field. If this is blank, the from email address is *** COME BACK TO THIS AND CONFIRM COME BACK TO THIS AND CONFIRM
  13. Click "Next" when you're done. You will see the screen below. This is where you can specify the fields the user sees when registering for the event.
  14. As a default, the first name, last name, and email address will always be requested in the form. If you only want these three fields then you do not need to select anything on the screen and can proceed by clicking "Next".
  15. Selecting "All Standard Contact Fields (Domestic)" or "All Standard Contact Fields (International)" will include all fields displayed on the screen. This includes the following fields: Company, Job Title, Address (Domestic/International format depending upon what you selected for "All Standard Contact Fields"), Phone, and Fax.
  16. If you only want some fields from this screen, check them off. If you wish for "Job Title" to be required, then check off the required checkbox next to the field. If you do not wish to add a custom field, just click "Next" to proceed.
  17. If you want to add a field (custom) that is not shown on this screen, click the drop-down menu next to "Field Type" in the "Additional Fields" section. Select the field type that works best for your field.
    • Checkbox - A field where multiple values can be selected/are true. For example, the field "Which CUNY Schools have you visited?" could have multiple choices that would be applicable. 
    • Comma Separated Text Field - Allows users to enter different values separated by comma into a text field (rarely used)
    • Dropdown - Similar to radio button, but the interface is a drop-down menu. This is useful for fields with a large amount of choice but only allows the user to pick one (such as what state the registrant is from).
    • Radio Button - Similar to dropdown, but all of the answers are displayed on the screen instead of in a drop-down menu. This is preferred for questions with a small amount of choices such as gender of the registrant where the user can only pick one choice.
    • Text Area - Similar to text field, but allows for more text. This should be used when the user is expected to type more than one line of text.
    • Text Field - Similar to text area, but should be used for one line text. This could be a field where a phone number is requested or how many guests the user is bringing to the event.
    • Date Selector - This is a text field, but with a button that displays a calendar with dates to select from. This should be used for anything using a date such as birth date of the registrant.
  18. Once you've selected a custom field type, there are some parameters to fill in. We'll go over them below. Some of the field types have very similar parameters so they are lumped together below.
    1. Checkbox, Dropdown, and Radio Button Field Types


      • Field Label - This is the text that will show up on the form itself and be visible to the registrant. You can check off "Required" here to make this whole field required for submission.
      • Field Identifier - This is an arbitrary identifier for the form and is only handled on the back-end. It is recommended you put something that describes what this field is (for instance, gender).
      • Checkbox/Dropdown/Radio Selection Options - These are the choices provided to the user for this field. Please enter every new value on a new line.
      • Allow Write-In Response - Allows user to put in a response not shown in the list
      • Selection Display (Checkbox / Radio only) - Controls whether the answers are shown vertically or horizontally. 
      • # Per Column - How many answers to show per column
    2. CS Text Field, Text Area, Text Field


      • Field Label - This is the text that will show up on the form itself and be visible to the registrant. You can check off "Required" here to make this whole field required for submission.
      • Field Identifier - This is an arbitrary identifier for the form and is only handled on the back-end. It is recommended you put something that describes what this field is (for instance, gender).
      • Max Characters - It is not necessary to fill this out, but this is the amount of characters the user can put in. 
      • Field Data Type - This allows you to restrict the input to either alphabet/numbers/alpha-numeric
      • Width - You can specify how wide you want the field to be, but it is not required
      • Height (Text Area only) - You can specify how long you want the field to be, but it is not required
    3. Date Selector 


      • Field Label - This is the text that will show up on the form itself and be visible to the registrant. You can check off "Required" here to make this whole field required for submission.
      • Field Identifier - This is an arbitrary identifier for the form and is only handled on the back-end. It is recommended you put something that describes what this field is (for instance, gender).
      • Start Date - Allows you to set the earliest date on the calendar popup button
      • End Date - Allows you to set the latest date on the calendar popup button
  19. Once you are done setting these parameters, you can click "Preview" to see a preview of your newly created custom field or click "Add" to add it to the form. It will not be displayed on this screen when you add it, but will be shown on the preview screen. Click "Next" to proceed to that screen.
  20. After you've clicked next, you're now shown a preview of the form itself. 

  21. You don't have to do anything on this screen, but do verify all the fields you selected/added are shown, and then you can click "Finish". You're now done and should be able to add/modify an existing event and use this form for registration. 

Managing Registrants

  1. In the calendar service, click the "Registration" tab
  2. Click "Registrants: Active". You will see the screen below.

     
  3. If you wish to get a CSV export with the registrants, click "Download" on the right side of the screen for the event.
  4. If you click the link with the number of maximum registrants, this will allow you to increase registrants for this event.
  5. If you click the link with the number of pending, approved, denied, or cancelled registrants, this will show you a list of registrants with the specified status for that event. This screen is shown below.



  6. To change the status of only one registrant, click the drop-down menu under "Action" for the individual's row and select an action (approve/deny/delete/cancel). After selecting the action, the calendar service will automatically perform the given action.
  7. To change the status for multiple individuals, but not all, check the "Change Status" checkbox next to their name. Then click the action (approve/deny/delete/cancel) next to "SELECTED:". Click "Submit".
  8. To change the status for all listed, click the action (approve/deny/delete/cancel) next to "ALL:". Click "Submit".
  9. To email registrants, either click "Select all" if you wish to email all registrants or click the individual's checkbox under "Email". Click "Submit". The email screen is shown below.

  10. You should see the registrants' emails in the textbox labeled "Third Party Recipients". You may add additional email addresses if you wish.
  11. Fill out the "Message Subject" and the body labeled "Create Custom Email Message". When you're ready to send the email to your registrants, click "Submit". The next screen will show you a preview of your message. You can click "Submit" again to send the email.


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