Eventbrite has today announced a new app for ticket organization for events: Eventbrite Neon, which is set to replace their At The Door and Entry Manager apps.
This new app allows event organizers and venue operators to act as their own box office, with the app able to monitor ticket sales and trends in real time, accept payments and issue tickets on the spot, and scan attendees tickets at the event itself. Furthermore, potential problems such as ticket reissues, cancellations, and refunds can also be dealt with from within the app.
The Eventbrite Neon app is available on the App Store now, for free.
eMailGanizer is an intelligent little app that learns your email filing behavior then provides you with the most logical choices. It enables you to file your emails quickly and efficient, ensuring everything is just how you want it to be.
As someone who, though untidy offline, loves to keep everything else neat and tidy – it’s a great little app, especially for those people who have hundreds of emails to arrange frequently.
The app already felt like it did plenty, offering not only organisational benefits but the ability to add emails and events directly to the iPhone calender and search emails offline too, amongst other things. Now it’s added email threading making it even simpler to keep everything in one place.
Take a look at the video of it in action to see just how potentially useful it could be for you.
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