In Azavista, you can have unique reference numbers assigned to your events when an event process is triggered, e.g., when the status of your event is changed. The reference number is a useful way of identifying your events later on.
In order to set this up, you first need to have either a global or a local event field to store the reference number. To create a global event field, simply navigate to the Global Fields Manager module and create an event field with the type of Text called "Event reference number" or a similar name that's easy for you to identify later.
To create a local event field, navigate to your event, to the Fields Manager module, and create an event field with the same properties. For more information on how to create custom text fields, see this article.
Once you have your field, navigate to your event, the Workflows module, and to the Processes sub-module. With the Event Processes tab selected, click the Add button. Provide a recognizable name in the following popup and click Save.
Now click on the newly created process in the processes list to configure it. Turn on the edit mode and click the green add button to add an action block. Select the "Set reference number" action and click Add.
Now expand the action block and select the reference number field you created earlier from the Field dropdown menu. Click Save Changes and return to the processes list by clicking the Back to list button.
To set up this process to run when the status of your event is changed, click the action button and select the "Status changed trigger" option. From the Trigger dropdown menu in the revealed popup window, select the event status(es) you'd like to trigger this process. Then click Create.