RSVP form, Email Address Optional
Eliminate "email address" from the RSVP form OR state (optional) in the slot. Some guests do not have email addresses and it appears this info has to be filled out in order to find invite.
Also, guests may want to opt out of what may be an annoying email 'reminder' of a wedding.
Hi and thank you so much for your idea!
We will definitely take this into consideration. We’re always trying to improve the Wedding Website experience for couples so we welcome all of your great ideas.
We will keep this forum updated as we make improvements!
Enjoy your planning!
I already collected people's mailing addresses to mail Save the Dates with a link to our Knot website. I don't have everyone's email addresses and really wish the RSVP form would allow us to collect people's emails and have it save with their other information. I don't know why it has to be done through a separate link (which I'd have to email to them)...
How do I RSVP No on the knot??
Has this been resolved?
I'm very disappointed that this has still not been resolved. It is causing much confusion and I will definitely not be recommending the knot to my friends mainly for this reason. Otherwise the site has been so helpful, but the guest list and rsvping is such a major part of the process, and this is such a huge pain. And being a graphic designer with web experience, I know that this is not a difficult solution to fix. It's just a lack of them doing it.
Why is this so difficult for theknot to fix?
Please allow us to remove the email address field if we wish to do so. In an effort to try and resolve the issue before it arises with my guests, I've created another page on my website and named it "RSVP notes". I've included the following text:
FYI for our guests:
Please note, when submitting your RSVP do not enter your email address as it is not a required field. Your first and last names are all that are required in order to complete the RSVP process. We apologize for any confusion. Thank you!!
Pretty sad I had to do this, but hopefully it helps.
I HAD THE SAME ISSUE!
JUST IMPORT YOUR GUEST LIST WITHOUT EMAIL ADDRESS.
GUESTS CAN ENTER THEIR FIRST AND LAST NAME AND PROCEED TO RSVP!
@the knot, let me know if you want a copy of my resume for admin support.
This really should be noted when you sign up and start using The Knot. I had no idea this was going to be an issue and I am embarrassed to have to go back to my guests and now ask for their email addresses. After putting in a lot of effort already I am really disappointed and am now wondering if i need to start all over again with another site.
Yes, please remove or state optional. Thank you
I ordered my invitations, have my wedding website on there to RSVP. There are two major issues here. The open RSVP allows anyone to RSVP. So then, I decided to type in all the names and add the plus on feature. Only to find out the guest can't even add the name of the guest they are bringing. Clearly this is imperative for seating charts. Then come to find out that you also have this email at the bottom of the RSVP. I don't have to repeat what everyone has mentioned below. I find this super frustrating considering all the comments below. It is a simple fix and makes me regret using the knot.
Gregg Scrudders commented
5 months later and no correction or even a response. This is ridiculous and The Knot should be embarrassed. I immediately regret my decision to use this site.
This function being on here will more than likely have me using a different company for my wedding website.
Was there any update on this function being removed?? Thank you
Any updates on this?
What does the email reminder even say?
Hi The option to RSVP has been difficult for my guests as I do not have everyones Email address. How do I delete email address from RSVP?
Hello - has this feature been addressed yet? If not, we won't be able to use the knot for RSVPs. Thanks!
Lauren M. commented
Yes I am getting messages daily of people asking me why I am not on their RSVP list! Some of my family is really taking offense to it for a couple of days because they think I forgot about them. Please either include (optional) next to this feature or make it optional for Brides to remove it altogether! Is such a hassle, I am wishing I had used another website!
Bonni Romer commented
Has this been fixed yet? We have RSVP's coming in and people aren't figuring out that they don't need an email address - help!!!