Guest List Organizer, developed by Denys Yevenko, is a simple and easy to use guest list manager for organizing events. The application is perfect for managing a wedding guest list, birthday party, or any other even where you need an accurate head count of confirmed guests.
Guest List Organizers allows you to import your Facebook friends, Address book contacts, guests from other events, and the ability to create new guest right on the fly. Once you have your guest list in place you can select on an individual person and see a ton of information about them. If you have information filled in like their phone number, email, address, and picture, you can easily view and edit that info. You also have the ability to manage +1 guests that they are bringing.
Some other really great features include the ability to create reports. There are a ton of different reports that you can run. They will save via iCloud and you can share them via e-mail, Dropbox, or Evernote. The application also has the ability to print using Apple’s AirPrint service.
No longer will greeters have to hold pen and paper. Just give them and iPad and they can quickly check of guests who attend. Overall Guest List Organizer is a very well done application. I wish we would have used this application to manage our wedding guest list. It would of made it so much easier. I will definitely recommend this app to anyone who needs to manage of list of guests. It would be nice if the developers created a universal app so you do not have to buy twice if you want it on your iPhone and iPad. Right now Guest List Organizer is on sale for 66% off to celebrate the iPhone release of the app. Check it out on the App Store today.
The iPhone version is currently price at $0.99:
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In Ubuntu 11.10, setting up AirPrint is easy.
1. Have a Standard install of Ubuntu Desktop 11.10 32-bit. I my case it was running under Windows 7 using Virtualbox.
2. Go into the CUPS interface and make sure “Share published printers connected to this system” is enabled on the server settings. Use Firefox for this browser as shown below:
3. The Print Server is the Ubuntu computer that is directly connected to the printers.
4. On the server machine (the one the printer is attached to), open System -> Administration -> Printing. This will open the Printer Configuration window. OR you can open the following URL in your browser: http://localhost:631
5. Select Server in the menu bar, and then Settings. This will open the Basic Server Settings window.
6. Check the second box:
- Publish shared printers connected to this server
7. If this computer acts as both a Print Server and a client (it does need access to a printer connected to another computer), select also the first box, “Show printers shared by other systems”.
9. Right click the printer and check the Shared option, if not checked yet.
10. On the Printer Properties, make sure the Shared checkbox is check on the Policies tab.
11. If you have a firewall running, make sure you allow the needed ports (one of the is port 631). I didn’t need to do this on my default install.
12. Restart CUPS “/etc/init.d/cups restart” or reboot the computer, this is done automatically when you save changes in the GUI admin for CUPS that you use Firefox to Access.
13. Make sure your iPhone/iPad is on the same network.
14. On your iPhone/iPad, go into Safari or email and, print, and search for printers. Your new printer should be in there.
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