The last couple weeks since launching PCO Registrations have been a flurry of activity. Our team has been busy at work adding some great new features and squashing bugs, and you've been busy setting up and accepting registrations for your events. Thousands of people have already signed up for events, and churches have collected thousands of dollars. Not bad for a few weeks!

Here's a couple highlights of what we've been working on. You can follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook if you'd like to get these updates a little more real time!

Register Your Entire Family

Many of our insightful users have noticed they could create group discounts for their events, but people couldn't actually register groups yet. Not anymore! Now anyone can bring anyone they want to your event. This works particularly well for registering family members because once PCO Registrations knows who is in your family, they can be added to any future registrations with a single click.

We've done a ton of work to keep this process as straight forward as possible for your attendees, prevent duplicates of people from appearing in your database, and of course protecting everyone's privacy in the process. I'm really happy with the end result and I'm sure you will be too!

Clean Up After Yourself

The first thing that everyone did after creating their first event was to test out the app by going to that event's public page and registering someone named John Doe. The second thing they did was realize that they now had a John Doe in their database that they couldn't delete. Perhaps I should have seen that coming, but hindsight is 20/20 and all that...

Our great developers added a little button that lets you delete a person while keeping any relevant payment and refund information intact so that your books will always balance.

More to Come!

We're just getting going. We maintain a list of ideas for new features and improvements that currently weighs in at over 100 items, and many of the ideas on that list have come from our users. If you've got your own questions, ideas, or feedback, we love to hear from you at

Until next time!
Daniel and the PCO Registrations Team