Management mode – Registration > Registration dates
First, login into your administration portal, if you do not have access please request access from your parent organisation. Once you have logged in select 'Management'- mode which is located in the top-right hand corner of the portal.
Navigate your way to the registration date tab which is located under 'Registration'.Then select 'add New Reg Dates' or 'edit' any current reg dates.
Name your registration dates, this label will be used when setting dates with your registration type. Example names Community Football, Winter Football, Beach Football etc.
Football Australia will create NPL dates, Men & Women Pro dates which can be inherited by all Member Federations and attached to relevant registration types
Next, add your relevant dates in all of the mandatory fields.
From and To Dates; sets the boundaries for the registration period, the dates set the start (from date) and end date (to date) of validity for all registrations linked to this registration type. 'To Date' once reached will push the registrations into a lapsed status and cannot be edit or managed, this date should be left as open as possible.
Open Date; indicates when the registration window is open, participants will be able to place registrations once this date has been reached
Close Date; indicates when registrations are no longer being accepted
Lock Date; prevents participants from managing their registration(s), when this date is reached participants cannot request de-registrations or cancel their registration
Age Measurement Date; Date is listed as the end of the year (31st December 20XX)
Finally, assign your registration dates to your Registration Types; assign your reg dates when you are creating or editing a registration type. This is located within the pricing area.
[!] Error messages
When a registration date has been reached participants will receive error messages or are unable to perform an action.
If a registration type has reached the reg CLOSE DATE participants will receive the following message when attempting to register to a product linked to the registration type.
When a LOCK DATE has been reached participants will not be able to de-register from their club.
Here is what a participants portal looks like when the lock date has been reached:
- 'de-reg' option is removed
Here is what a participants portal looks like when the lock date has NOT been reached:
- 'de-reg' option is available