One of the biggest changes to Event Wizard® that came along with the version 6 launch was the My Files page. In addition to the new look and feel, we also re-created it from the ground up, allowing us to add new features like ‘drag & drop’ functionality and the ability to create folders, (among other things). Now, with the help of feedback from our users, we have developed yet *more* useful features that help you get the most out of this page:
1. File Sorting
The tables in Event Wizard® allow you to sort the data how you like it, whether it be by First Name, Last Name, Email, etc. However, on the My Files page this was not an option … until now! When you first come into the My Files page, your files will be sorted by date created, (with the newest at the top) but simply click on one of the column headings to sort by that column, then click it again to reverse the order – easy!
2. Search/Filter Capabilities
Looking for a specific file, or maybe a certain type of file? No problem – use our new Search/Filter box to find what you’re looking for quickly and easily. Click in the box and start typing; you’ll see your file list transform real-time as it filters out all the files and folders that don’t match your search terms.
NOTE: Keep in mind that this will not find files that are tucked away in folders – in this case, you would need to open the folder before typing in your filter.
3. Additional 500MB of Storage Space
Let’s face it, 100MB isn’t a lot of space, especially if you have a lot of events on the go. Not to mention, this also includes any files uploaded by your registrants. So, we decided to give you a bit more, (500MB more, to be exact) to give you a total of 600MB storage space!
We are always looking for ways to improve Event Wizard® and these new features are just a few small examples of this. As always, if you have any feature requests, likes/dislikes about Event Wizard®, or just want to tell us how great we are doing, check out our Event Wizard® Feedback form. Also, for more information on the My Files page and how to use it, check out our original My Files blog post.