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25Live Pro allows you to add and edit custom attributes in the Master Definitions section of the System Settings area. 

How To Access Master Definitions

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See Working With Master Definitions for details on general navigation within the Master Definitions section and actions available to all types.

How To Add Custom Attributes

1. Open a Specific Custom Attributes View

List of custom attribute views organized by object type
Image: The Custom Attributes Master Definitions section is organized in submenus by object type.

The Custom Attributes view within the Master Definitions section has submenus organized by object type, Event, Location, Resource, Organization, and Contact. 

2. Select a Type

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Image: First use the Type dropdown selection to choose among the many available custom attribute types. 

Before using the button to create a new custom attribute, you must select a Type using the dropdown menu.

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Attribute TypeInput Type
BooleanYes/No condition
ContactA valid 25Live contact name
DateDate only
Date TimeDate and time
Floating PointA number which may have a decimal
ImagePath name to an image file
IntegerA whole number
LocationA valid 25Live location name
Long TextLong text or other alphanumeric characters
OrganizationA valid 25Live organization name
ResourceA valid 25Live resource name
TextText and/or other alphanumeric characters (maximum 80 characters)
TimeTime only
URLA URL
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3. Use the Create New Button

New custom attribute at top of list
Image: After choosing a Type and using the Create New button, the new attribute is listed at the top with a default name.

To add a new custom attribute, use the Create New button to add a new custom attribute. Your new attribute will appear at the top of the list.

4. Rename the New Custom Attribute

The new attribute will appear with a default name that includes its ID number. Use the edit icon () to rename the new custom attribute.

Editing Custom Attributes

Editing Actions for all Attribute Types

Every type of custom attribute allows you to edit the list or item with the following actions:

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  • Manually reorder items
    • Note: If you previously depended on the application to automatically sort required custom attributes to the top of the section, you must now manually set the order.
  • The Id number for each item is listed
  • Edit the Name of the item
  • Check or uncheck the Active status
  • The Abridged checkbox controls if the item is only visible on an abridged list for users with limited permissions
  • The Type column shows you if the attribute is a string, date, image, file reference, etc.
  • View the Usage of the item in events, searches, etc.
  • Delete the item (if it is not being used)
  • Force Delete the item (even if it's being used) and remove all references (available only to Administrators in the (-1) security group)

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titleTip: Manually Sorting Item Display Order


Animation demonstrating manually reordering items
Image: Drag the row to manually set the display order.

The default display order for master definition items is to show them in alphabetical order. You can set the order that items will display by clicking on the row and dragging up or down. Use the Save Sort button to save the order.

Discrete Options for Event Custom Attributes

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Text type event custom attributes have a special ability to add Discrete Options.

1. Open the Event Submenu Under Custom Attributes

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Image: Use the Event submenu to open the section. 

Go to the Custom Attributes > Event section. 

2. Use the Show Button to Reveal Options

Any custom attribute that is of the type to allow discrete options will have a Show button next to it. Use the button to reveal the option actions.

3. Name and Arrange Options

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Image: You can rearrange defined options using the Move Up and Move Down buttons.

Type a name for each option. Use the Add button again to add more. You can change the order of the options using the Move Up and Move Down buttons.

4. Save Your Changes

Use the Save button to save and return to the Events Custom Attributes list.

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To show custom attributes when users are creating events, they must be associated with either:

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