1. Why do you want them to RSVP? The goal should be to get them to RSVP by filling out the form. If they dont want to go, they won't click.
2. To do what you want, just create a new field called "RSVP Status". Add this to your form.
Every time you have a program cloned, the form goes with it.
Inside the program you have a flow action:
Fills Out Form IS "RSVP Form" on Page Y
If RSVP=TRUE, Change Status = Registered
If RSVP=FALSE, Change Status = Cannot Attend
Your use of this field is as a "most recent" field that gets overwritten each time. The Program status will record the history for you.
I agree with Josh. I use the form as the RSVP Yes, and will sometimes include a hyperlink below that is utilized as a decline; then all traffic to that link gets appended to a Decline List. I generally find that people won't submit a form to say no; they just won't fill out the form.
Thanks both. My original plan was to use the form as as a RSVP Yes, but due to the nature of our events and our leads, we often get people contacting us to let us know that they can't attend, so I was looking for a way to incorporate this into the form. I take the point that this could be done via a link.
You've helped me clarify my thinking on this - much appreciated!