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Tripit.com works for me - I haven't tried the Pro version, but the free version does quite nicely. The UI couldn't be simpler - you simply forward your confirmation emails to plans@tripit.com, and they parse the results & present them to you. I've used it with a number of different airlines, car reservations, and hotel reservations, and never had a ...


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We always use www.doodle.com to manage our meetings. It's specially helpful to find a time/date slot that fits everybody. Give it a try. I'm in their Outlook Connector Beta Program, with that, my outlook calendar is always in sync with it. And here the individual points: To be able to propagate invitations to friends through either email and/or social ...


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There's also amiando which I've used when registering for a few events. (This is also what they used for StackOverflow DevDays.) As a user (someone registering for the event) it was fine. Not sure on features but I've only seen it used for paid events.


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I use eventbrite for managing meetings/events (mostly user groups) and have been very happy with it. It does everything in your ideal requirements except allow leaving comments.


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Two services you look at are regonline and Certain. Certain may be overkill for what you want, but what I think both of these are worth a look.


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From what I know, Dacast could be a good option for you with a moderated chat room, streaming a screencast and webcam video. Regarding the first two, I am not sure. Try and see other solutions, like Ooyala or Brightcove as well. These are all similar platforms.


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Google+ Events were announced and launched at Google I/O on June 27, 2012. As you'd expect it allows you to create an event and invite people, even if they're not Google+ users. Among some of its neat features: Themes, featuring cinegraphs (animated GIFs with subtle movement to them) to personalize the event Integration with Google Calendar ...


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You should be able to do this with Doodle: http://doodle.com/ Create an event for your 3 dates, then restrict the selections for to limit the participant to one per event. You can look at a test here or here for the admin interface (I couldn't find how to add more description for each timeslot though)


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I think EventHoller does everything you're looking for, it lets you create different ticket types and you can set limits on how many of each type are sold. It has a couple other cool features as well. It also accepts a variety of payment options, which you mentioned you are looking for. It also makes it easy for organizers and attendees to contact eachother, ...


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I suggest you try Shastic, a free ticketing service that is super easy to use, you can set it up in 2 minutes and you can use Paypal to receive payment instantly as each ticket is sold.


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Another alternative is SignupMaster. You might be able to achieve the desired gender mix by using their "limited seats" and "waiting list" features.


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What about Pingg? They seem to cater for most if not all the features you are looking for. List of features (some are paid features) Invitation & eCard Designs pingg Gallery Designer Series Custom Design Your Image pingg Plus Designers pingg Vault Connecting with your Audience Online pinggs Postal pinggs Digital ...


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I've tried TripIt and TripCase. Both are good although I prefer the TripCase interface. Both have iPhone apps, and probably apps for other smartphones. I've just got back from a trip involving Australia, the US and Mexico, and TripCase worked seamlessly with updating airflight times and hotel reservations.


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I really like anyvite.com for invitations



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