allow the organizer to edit the RSVP comment in addition to the Y/N/Maybe so we don't have to email
Users get upset when their RSVPs are changed w/o an explanation. They often get the notification before we can follow up with an explanatory email. We could sow two plants with one seed if we could put the explanatory comment in the RSVP comment. We could also edit derogatory/inappropriate comments.
If someone is spamming an RSVP there is no way to moderate this. Please add this feature for Admins.
If we can't reply with a "maybe" I'm forced to reply wit ha "no". However, there needs to be an option so that when you click no you are asked "would you like to be reminded of this event?" And you can say YES. Because you think you PROBABLY won't make it, but its obviously something of interest to you,so you want to keep up with it in case you change your mind.
Had someone say what they thought middle eastern food was, couldn't delete it as it was TOTALLY WRONG and I had to refute their comment in my page.
Having lost the ability to delete inappropriate comments from RSVPs seems a significant step backwards. I currently have a user who has posted an inappropriate and unfounded comment against a venue which may discourage other users from attending, and we're powerless to remedy the situation.
This is not generally a frequent occurrence, the occasional spammer, or user with a personal grudge against a venue, but it is a simple and reasonable level of functionality to expect as a paying organizer.
Please return reasonable control to your paying organizers.
RJ's Meetups commented
Perhaps to prevent abuse by Organizers editing the comments, it would make more sense to simply restrict this to just allowing the Organizer to delete any RSVP comments.
Gypsy Rogers commented
Conversely, you could also plant derogatory/inappropriate comments as if the user them-self had put them there... the ability to send a message inside the email that notifies them that their rsvp has been changed is good..... the ability to delete the comment on an rsvp is good... but the ability to put words in someone's mouth.... not good.