I suggest you ...

Allow for a recurring event like weekly.

It would be awesome if it was able to reset to no attendees in edit.
We wanted to use it on by setting online links on a calendar for weekly events, but there is no way to clear out the attendees.

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under review  ·  Adminrmm5t (Admin, Yarp.com) responded  · 

We’ll have to give this some thought considering our original premise of keeping things simple, but it’s a good idea.


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  • Adminrmm5t (Admin, Yarp.com) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Hi Lou,

    I'm really glad you find Yarp useful. Unfortunately, Yarp isn't under active development at the moment, so all functionality is frozen at the moment. We keep the server up for those that gain a benefit out of it, but unfortunately we never found a business model for the service.

    I know it's not ideal, but as a workaround to help you with recurring events, I suggest using a form-filling tool or snippet expansion tool like 1Password, aText, RoboForm, etc to help automate the creation of new yarplets. You'd still have to initiate these, but it should speed up the process for you.

  • Lou Kendrick commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This is the thing that would most greatly assist me and any other person using Yarplets to schedule recurring activities for a group of people, such as Pickleball or Tennis players. It would make my task so much easier were I able to reuse a Yarplet for each venue and only have to change the date and time via editing after clearing the responses from the previous event. How soon do you think the review will be complete.

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