Below are recent updates from our development team. If you have questions about any of these, feel free to contact us at: email@example.com
Stripe as new PSP
In addition to Mollie, it is now also possible to add Stripe as a PSP. You need to add the API key (Secret key in Stripe) and Public API key (Publishable key in Stripe).
Credits: We made the first step
We are adding credits (working with credits) to the system. Once this has been rolled out, you can refund credits instead of money when canceling a ticket. With these credits an attendee can pay (part of) the order, as long as it is for an event within your organisation.
At the backend, the technology is already there. On May 7, 2021 we already had a large sale via GUTS, where credits were already used. We have canceled all tickets for the stadium concert Groots with a soft G 2020 and converted them to credits. Guus Meeuwis fans have been able to use the credits to purchase their tickets.
The first adjustments have already been made in the dashboard. If you use credits, you will be able to see in your overview how many credits are still circulating in your organisation:
Our development team will continue to work on this in the upcoming months, so that it will soon be fully usable by everyone!
You can now export the orders made for 1 or more events. Each order has 1 line in your export. You can read more about this export here.
Work faster in the dashboard
Lately we noticed that the dashboard became slower at big events, with many shops or a large floor plan. Last sprint, the team worked to resolve this. There is now a noticeable difference compared to a week ago when you start working on your event.
When copying an event or a shop, you will now see a status update:
Selling tickets trough the dashboard: First choose the shop
If you wanted to sell tickets trough the cashier function in dashboard, you needed to scroll through a long list of tickets. Well, not anymore!
An option has been added. First you choose the shop from which you want to sell, and then the ticket. This is a lot easier!