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By default, events will be sorted by their start date. We have occasionally been asked about changing the sort order to be alphabetical by the event title. Good news! This is possible with the following snippet, which you can add to the functions.php file of your child theme: function tribe_change_event_order( $query ) { if (…

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Description The Events Calendar PRO includes a nifty option for you and your visitors to export the events on your calendar in a flash. Visit your calendar and you’ll notice a button at the bottom. (Refer to the Exporting Events article for details on the basic functionality.) By default clicking that button will give you…

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Sometimes ticket sellers using WooCommerce want orders to be marked “complete” automatically – without any manual intervention. The team over at WooThemes have helpfully provided a snippet to achieve exactly this: docs.woothemes.com/document/automatically-complete-orders If it’s something you want to do, check it out and see if it helps! (…and please note that we’re linking to this because we…

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Do you want to customize the iCal export options? We can help you export a unique range of events, even up to a whole year at once. With The Events Calendar, you have the ability to export events through an iCal feed. By default near the bottom of every calendar page, you can find a…

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We just released an update to our iCal Importer plugin. This is what we like to call a hotfix release. These releases arise when we want to address a specific issue without making customers wait for the “regularly-scheduled” releases that happen on a slower timetable. So what was fixed in this release? Well, when you…

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This post was updated on June 17, 2020. Attendee emails are a critical component of event marketing. Long before guests arrive and check-in for your event, they’ve already formed an impression of you based on your email communications. There’s an art to figuring out the right number of emails to send to your attendees. If…

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Howdy folks! A small update is available for the iCal Importer add-on for The Events Calendar. We made one minor tweak in iCal Importer 3.12.2: Tweak – Switch to the WordPress HTTP API when loading iCal data from an external source (with thanks to Bill on the forums for helping us with this issue) It…

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Hey there and happy Wednesday! We’re still hard at work on building the next new version of The Events Calendar and will have some exciting news to share with what to expect. In the meantime, we have a maintenance release ready for you that we suggest installing if you’ve already updated to version 3.12. And, if…

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Hey folks! Modern Tribe is looking for great, passionate support people to join our community team and help provide technical support for web developers. You’d be helping provide support for The Events Calendar, Events Calendar PRO and their suite of premium add-ons. We’re passionate about helping our users do cool things with WordPress. You’ll wear…

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Creating your own events marketplace doesn’t have to be a pipe dream.  It’s totally possible to build a revenue-generating hub for events on your WordPress site. All you need is a few plugins. How does a marketplace work? Think of Eventbrite or Etsy, for two examples. Both sites take a cut from each event organizer…

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There’s no way to look back at 2020 without acknowledging how difficult this year has been. The pandemic added an enormous amount of complexity, uncertainty, and heartbreak to the world. It took lives, and it put lives on hold. It also presented major challenges to anybody in the businesses of planning events. But the events…