Arlo administrators frequently asked questions – March

March 16, 2016 10:42 am, Published by

Below are some of Arlo administrators most frequently asked questions for March! To view the full list please visit our Community Questions and Answers section. support





How can I open additional items within Arlo without losing my place?

If you find you often lose your place in a list within Arlo, we recommend opening items in a new tab in your browser so that you can close them as you have finished with them and you can go back to your list page in the same place.

To open an item from a list in a new browser window or tab, hold the Ctrl key when clicking an icon, or Right click on the item and select ‘Open in a new tab’.

How can I choose to display the number of places available on an event on my website?

Arlo supports the ability to display the number of places left on an event. We have full instructions on how to display places left on an event for you to check out!

Can I store my documents in Arlo?

Arlo allows you to store documents against events, contacts, orders, venues, leads, and certifications. Where you can add a note, you can also attach a document to the note.

Note: This feature is available on the Arlo Professional and Enterprise service plans. All common file types are supported e.g doc, docx, xls, xlsx, ppt, pptx, zip, txt, jpg, gif, png, msg, pdf.

How can I remind my registrants about their event?

Arlo can send out up to three email reminders for an event and you can specify when these are sent. For full details you can read up about email reminders here.

Is there a way I can stop accepting registrations on an event before it begins?

You can stop registrations before an event is due to begin if you want to avoid last minute registrations. To do this, simply edit the event you would like to stop registrations on and select the ‘Registrations’ tab. Then change the ‘Registration method’ to ‘Custom message’ – this will allow you to specify a message that your registrants will see in place of the register button. E.g. “Registrations are no longer open for this event.”