After you click on the Assign tab you will see three sections. On the far left is a list of the Activities in the current Event. Clicking on any Activity will bring up assignments for that Activity. Please note that you must have both a People List and a Places List associated with an Activity to make assignments. If you do not have both, some elements of this process (such as Places or unassigned People) will not appear. In the middle of the Assign tab window are the Places. These are essentially buckets with a specific number of spots in them. You may assign People to these spots and those assignments will be shown to Event invitees via the Web Forms and Eventene mobile app.
Finally, the far left of the tab shows a list of unassigned People. You will move People from this list into one of the buckets in the center in order to make assignments. To move an unassigned person, simply click on the actions menu next to their name, click "Move" and then select the Place you wish to assign them to. Now let's look at the additional actions you have available.
Select All / Unselect
You may select all People with assignments by clicking the Actions dropdown and then pressing "Select All." Likewise, you may remove any current selection by pressing "Unselect" from this same dropdown. Please note that "Select All" and "Unselect" actions are also available within individual Places.
In order to quickly view and assign specific groups of People, you can use Filters. To create a Filter, simply click on the Filters dropdown. You will then see all of the currently created FIlter Sets and may turn them on and off by clicking the switch next to the respective Filter Set. To add or remove Filter Sets altogether, click "Edit Filters." This will bring up a side panel where you can create Filters for the filters.
Press the "New Filter Set" button to add a new group of FIlters. Filters can be grouped together in Filter Sets so that you can create conditions for a Filter to be applied. For example, you may want to create a Filter to include only people that are "Kids" and live in the neighborhood "Fairfax." By using a Filter Set, only people that meet both these conditions will be added to the Segmented List.
Adding a specific Filter is easy. First select the field you will use for the Filter. Next select the criteria for the Filter. This can be that the field "contains", "does not contain", "equals", etc. a specific value. You will enter this value in the "Value" field.
So, for example, the Filter "Type", "Equals", and "Kid" will filter for items where the "Type" field is exactly equal to "Kid."
To delete any Filter, simply click the trash can icon next to the Filter. After you have created your Filters and Filter Sets, press "Apply Filters" at the bottom of the side menu. You will immediately see the Assign tab update to display only the items that meet the criteria you have just created.