Right now we are manually assigning people to Instructor Training events and checking off their training as complete. Because we are using Eventbrite to register most trainees in our online events, we'd like to be able to export registration data from Eventbrite and import into AMY.
@pbanaszkiewicz If we had a csv with the following fields, would it be possible to set up a function to import into AMY? If not, what else might we need?
Person identifier (personal name, family name, email address)
Member affiliation (i.e. "Starfleet Academy <starfleet.edu> (March 1, 2019 - March 1, 2020) OR numeric ID for membership in database)
Event slug (i.e. 2020-01-31-ttt-gmt)
Completed Training (True/False)
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@pbanaszkiewicz A follow up to this -
Since we are pulling registration from Eventbrite, each event will have an Eventbrite key which can be stored in AMY. Can we match based on Eventbrite key, rather than slug? We are not currently storing this in AMY but we could if it could be used in this way.
Right now I'm looking at generating a csv file that has the following columns:
Eventbrite key (which will correspond to a slug in AMY)
@maneesha we can use the Eventbrite key, but it's not guaranteed to be unique (yet). Database schema would have to be changed for this to work. Changing the schema may result in some data loss since we're forcing uniqueness on non-unique field.