When you're on your “Manage Website” page, you'll see a turquoise button on the top-right of the page called "Website Settings." Within "Website Settings," there are a bunch of different toggles that control your website’s privacy settings: general visibility to public, search engine visibility, visibility on Zola’s own search, password protection, and finally, ability of guests to request RSVP access to your events.
If you’re collecting RSVPs on your wedding website and want guests to have the ability to request RSVP access if they’re having difficulties (usually, this is because of a name misspelling or Definitely/Maybe List mix-up), switch the toggle to “Yes.” This is a great way to ensure that any small human errors can be fixed immediately by you two—plus, we’ll help quell guest’s stress with instant email notifications that let them know their RSVP issue is all sorted out.
Prefer to have guests reach out directly to you if they’re having trouble RSVPing? You can turn this feature off and set the toggle to “No.”