Creating a campaign allowing invitees to RSVP to an event

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I'm creating an e-vite for a grand opening event. I'd like to allow the invitee to be able to RSVP to the event via a link on the e-vite. Is that something I can do with Emma or do I need to use an outside source for collecting the RSVPs?
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Hi! Yep, you can use a survey to achieve this. Think of your mailing as the invitation and your survey as the RSVP card.

You can link to the survey from your mailing, and the responses are collected on your Response page in the survey section. Here’s help with creating your survey. Let me know if you have any questions!
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Invites and RSVP Management.


I'd like to create an invitation and manage RSVPs along the way. This would include sending the invite and then resending the invite to those who have not yet responded. Is there an easy way to do this using the Emma survey tool or sign ups form?
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The best way would be to export or original database in Audience, then download the Responses for your survey/RSVP. Then in excel do a vlookup and remove all the people who have responded. Upload this into Audiences and resend your invite. 

Otherwise you can try make use of the Segment section to also achieve this. 
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Is there a way to include the evite in the email itself rather than having to click on a link?
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Hi! It sounds like you're looking to embed the survey options into the email; is that right? You aren't able to embed a form like that for a couple reasons; check out this conversation for more information!