The Events Cal Blog

Many people know Santa Monica-based KCRW as a mecca for music from around the globe, with the Morning Becomes Eclectic show and livestreamed performances. But today, we’re going to take a closer look at the radio station’s awesome events calendar, which provides a great example of how you can customize templates in The Events Calendar.…

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If your business is centered around offering classes, it might be hard to imagine what they would look like online. After all, how do you recreate the experience of a cooking class on a webinar or bring the energy of a studio workout to someone’s phone screen?  Virtual events may not have the same je…

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Hey folks! We just shipped Events Aggregator 1.1.0. This is a minor maintenance release that includes bug fixes and improvements. And, hey, there’s no need to install anything because the update is applied automatically. Here’s what’s new: Fix – Improved importing events from Outlook calendars. Fix – Enhanced geolocation and venue address parsing for Google…

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By now you’ve probably made a decision about whether to cancel your event, postpone it, or host it online in response to COVID-19. For those of you moving toward online or virtual events, there are some things you can do with your calendar to make the most of streaming online. In fact, we’ve received a…

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Howdy friends! We’re releasing another brief update today. This update features an improvement to sites that had SCRIPT_DEBUG set to true, which would previously break the CSS and Javascript on pages related to The Events Calendar pages. This issue has now been resolved! This is a minor release that should be smooth sailing when updating.…

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Howdy friends! Today’s Filter Bar release includes updates to the way Filer Bar handles additional fields and improves the functionality and appearance of Filter Bar on mobile devices. This is a minor release that should be smooth sailing when updating. That said, it’s always a good idea to backup your site and test changes in a development environment before…

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Howdy friends! Today’s Events Calendar Pro release features updates to recurring event instances, specifically where they’re displayed in the calendar settings and when viewing all instances of a recurring event in the calendar’s list view. This is a minor release that should be smooth sailing when updating. That said, it’s always a good idea to backup your…

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Howdy friends! Today’s release of The Events Calendar focuses on fixes for fatal errors caused by plugin updates, improved compatibility between Filter Bar and the new calendar views design, and some improvements for the Event Aggregator service. This is a minor release that should be smooth sailing when updating. That said, it’s always a good…

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After you’ve made the difficult decision to cancel your in-person event and the dust starts to settle, you might be wondering how to switch your get-together to a virtual event. These days, we’re lucky to have a plethora of tools and technology to help facilitate virtual gatherings, from Google Hangouts to Zoom to livestreaming on…

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Hey folks, Promoter 1.13.0 has been released. Most of these changes have been applied automatically to your Promoter account. You will, however, need to upgrade your Event Tickets and Event Tickets Plus plugins to the latest version. This is a maintenance release that includes minor updates, bug fixes, and improvements. The most noticeable changes you’ll…

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Howdy friends! Today’s Event Tickets release focuses on Shared Capacity as well as an enhanced integration with our email notification platform, Promoter. This is a minor release that should be smooth sailing when updating. That said, it’s always a good idea to backup your site and test changes in a development environment before installing this on your live site,…

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We are focusing on Shared Capacity settings in today’s Event Tickets release. Here’s the key update you need to know: Users are now limited to 100 tickets (and RSVPs) in a single purchase. We put this in place both to protect you from ticket re-sales and your customers from making inadvertently high orders. Still need…

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Hey folks! Like many of you, we’re keenly aware of everything that’s going on with COVID-19 and the uncertainty it’s causing. We’re also aware that it’s going to impact a lot of events, including many that are published to The Events Calendar on your website, as well as those that sell tickets with our Event…

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