GuestDay guest list template (File → Download)
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#SalutationName PrefixNameName SuffixParty Size AffiliationTableNicknameRemarksOther InfoUser-DefinedUser-DefinedQR IDQR Key
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0e.g. Dre.g. Jonathane.g. Tane.g. Eng Hocke.g. 1e.g. Bride Familye.g. VIP Tablee.g. Second Uncle
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0e.g. Mr & Mrse.g. Fadhline.g. bin Akmale.g. 2e.g. Groom NS Friende.g. Bridal Tablee.g. Wife - Violete.g. 1 baby chair
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0e.g. Mse.g. Mariae.g. Cosuliche.g. and Partnere.g. 1e.g. Groom Ex-colleaguee.g. 27
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e.g. 孙e.g. 启睿e.g. 2e.g. Bride Colleaguee.g. 3e.g. Sun Qi Ruie.g. Vegetarian
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0e.g. Mre.g. Ivane.g. Fyodoroviche.g. 1
e.g. Bride Secondary Classmate
e.g. 55
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General Notes
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Download this file for editing by selecting "Download" from the "File" menu.
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Only the column headers in bold (D - name, F - party size, and H - Table, if your event has seating) are required. You can leave the rest blank.
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If you have an existing spreadsheet with columns laid out in a different order, simply rename your headers to match ours.
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Note on name columns (B, C, D, and E):
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We split names into four parts — salutation, prefix, name, and suffix. This is to allow sorting by name parts.
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If you want to be able sort by surname on the iPad, put the surname under "Name" (column D) and put the other name parts in the other columns,
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depending on whether they appear before or after the surname. The examples from above are repeated below:
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DrJonathanTanEng Hock
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Mr & MrsFadhlinbin Akmal
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MsMariaCosulichand Partner
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启睿
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MrIvanFyodorovich
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If you don't need to sort by parts of a name, you can just enter the whole name into "Name" (column D) and leave the rest of the columns (B, C, E) blank:
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Dr Jonathan Tan Eng Hock
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孙启睿
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Note on affiliation (column G):
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This column can be displayed under the guest's name, or it can be hidden and just be searchable.
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For example, you can enter "Bride's Family", and any search for the word "family" will show these guests.
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Note on user-defined columns (columns I to M):
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These columns can include any data here that your receptionists might search for. We can optionally display this information under each guest's name as well.
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For example, under "nicknames", enter names of guests that they might use which you might not display. E.g. "Ah Ma", or names of spouses, or pinyin translations of Chinese names
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You can change the column headers to anything of your choosing, to help in your planning.
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Note on QR columns (N and O):
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These will be automatically generated. No need to fill anything in here.
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