Connecting form to events

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Chad:
I've been using C5 for about three years, and I'm not a developer, but I think I can fight my way through this. I've been working on this for several hours, and I'm stuck on a few things.

The basics: We give tours of a historic house beginning every 15 minutes. People can pick a time in the Event calendar. Up to 35 people (qty) can go on each tour.

Questions:
1. First of all, how do you add questions to the form when you're in the Edit screen?
2. When they pick a time in the schedule, how do you connect that to the form they need to fill out?
3. How do you show the availability for that time? When they submit the form, that number of people should be subtracted from the availability.
4. The price is per GROUP, regardless of number of people. Is there a way to handle that?

Thanks for any help you can give. Once I get the hang of this, I'm going to help you write some instructions that designers like me can understand!

Type: Pre-Sale
Status: In Progress
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RadiantWeb replied on at Permalink Reply
RadiantWeb
hi, have you read through this article?

http://archive.goradiantweb.com/blog/design/bookings-reservations-p...

ChadStrat
allcomm21 replied on at Permalink Reply
Several times. It says you can connect a form to an event but doesn't say
how.
On Mar 11, 2015 9:34 PM, "concrete5 Community" <[email protected]>
wrote:
RadiantWeb replied on at Permalink Reply
RadiantWeb
you edit a form and add the "Event Dates" question type. Look at the screen shot of the event booking form in that article. Does your form look something like that?

ChadStrat

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