Creating a pristine guest list

A few users have written to us over the last couple of months asking for a neat new feature on MyPunchbowl.com.

Cassy wrote: “I am using mypunchbowl for our wedding RSVPs. I thought it would be nice to be able to add a few names of people who don’t have emails and manually rsvp for them. Right now I have two lists: the mypunchbowl one and an excel document with only ten people who don’t have email. Maybe theres already a way to do this but I just haven’t figured it out yet. But, I just thought that would be a cool feature.”

Well Cassy– we agree. That’s why we recently added a neat new feature called “Add Guest” to the Manage Guests page. Here’s how it works: if you have a guest that you would like to add to your guest list but you don’t have their email address, simply click the green plus (+) button on the Manage Guests page (note: you will need to send out invites to some people before you see this button). Here’s what it looks like:

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Once you click that button, you can add guests to the guest list (without their email address).

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Now you can edit that guests RSVP response. You can even indicate how many friends they are bringing.

We love this feature because it provides the host a way to track their entire guest list, regardless of whether they have the guest’s email address.

Cassy– this one’s for you. Enjoy planning.

Start your next party at MyPunchbowl.com

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2 Responses to Creating a pristine guest list

  1. […] in Articles and Such at 11:41 am by cassjfree I actually received an email from mypunchbowl with this link in it. Their customer service is amazing. I thought good business was outdated, but some […]

  2. cassjfree says:

    Hey, thanks!
    Check it out –> http://lovemuffin.wordpress.com/2007/08/01/im-famous/
    -Cassy

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