Hello, I asked a question to the client area and they told me what I ask would be a good suggestion to the nexus system so I am putting here.
My community has many smaller communities that use paypal to sell items. Our portal is used to display those items for sale. With that being said I would love the ability to divert commission money and money from the item sold to multiple paypal accounts. This would cut down on the time to go into one paypal account and send money to the developer of the product. So for example, you create a download file that cost $10 and the commission was 10% it would be cool to be able to set which paypal accounts the commission goes to as well where the remaining money go to. Makes things more automated in selling items on the site as well as giving the needed funds to developers
This is the needed change to the calendar and I posted somethinkg like this in the company feed back section. I would like to see the ability to be able to make thread for an event then post it to the calendar so you don't have to post the event twice. For example, when I do events I have a thread with details about the event. I would love to simnply be able to click on a button saying "Promote topics to Calendar as event". Something similar to how IP Content handles articles. Would save me some time like crazy and you don't have to post the event twice
What is really interesting about this new system is how it will work with my custom pre-reg system. Right now I require people to make an account then they have to log into our pre-reg and fill out all the information for what games they want to enter into. With the ability to RSVP on the event in the calendar I'm wondering now if this will give me the ability to allow existing users to simply use the calendar to RSVP but then if they want put enter in additional items then they simply go back into the pre-reg. So many ideas now....
So I guess there is no way around it. I would need some script to create a different code for each user that suppose to have the code. I want to insure that a user that does not suppose to have the code can't simply make an account then use the code.