First, we'll need to head to Settings > Events
This is the area where you manage your Event Settings which is relating to Tax, payments and invoicing.
This is where you can say yes or no to enable whether Tax is charged for any event registration payments within your account. Although Tax can be overwritten on a per-event basis if necessary.
This is where you can configure what payment methods you can received relating to event registration. Examples may be: Bank Transfer, Check, Credit Card, Cash.
Once set up, you can go back and edit each Payment Method if necessary, by clicking on the pencil icon.
This allows a church to accept part payments for event registration. This allows people to pay an initial deposit for an event, and you can collect the rest of the money later.
This is relating to the formatting of an invoice that Elvanto generates.
You can add a logo that appears on the top of the invoice.
You can change the length of the invoice number. Eg. by default it’s 6 digits longer but you can make it longer, as well as giving it a prefix or suffix if necessary. All invoices will then follow this format.
You can also give the invoice a header and footer,
If you want the payment instructions that we discussed to show on the invoice you would need to include the placeholder shown here:
Ticket is a barcode or QR code that you can display on a ticket. Currently the codes don't yet let you check people in, but it's a feature we are working on so stay tuned for future updates.