To enable your artists, who are initially referred to as members but can be customised to terms like artists, performers, or acts in your settings, to access gig information, you must include them in your account. You can find guidance on how to onboard your members on this page.
Before you continue, in your event settings, make sure you have the Display other members option turned off. This will prevent your artists being able to see who else has been assigned to the event.
Let's say you manage three bands within your agency:
You should add Jess, John, and Caterina as your members in Band Pencil.
Suppose a client inquires about hiring either the Moonlight Function Band or The Wedding Band. In this scenario, you should:
It's important to note that the client won't be able to see which specific member is performing at the event. To address this, you can add "Moonlight Function Band" as a service in Band Pencil, making it clear for the client.
If you work on a first come first serve basis, take a look at this help article where we explain how this can be done using Band Pencil.