The Events Cal Blog

Hey Folks! Today’s speedy update restores publishing events with our Block Editor using WordPress 5.3. Users were reporting that events with tickets were not publishing. We’ve squashed those bugs. In most cases, you will be able to take advantage of automated updates directly in WordPress, but if that’s unavailable for some reason, you can download…

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Hey Folks! Today’s update brings some improvements to notifications in Event Tickets. We’re also enhancing how Event Tickets Plus integrates with our free plugin for filtering posts in WordPress, Advanced Post Manager. This will help administrators quickly see the correct ticket counts from the back end of the site. As a reminder, maintenance releases are smaller updates…

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You’ve got your WordPress site. You’ve got your events calendar. Now, it’s time to start selling event tickets. Of course, you could just sell tickets on a third-party site like Eventbrite or Ticketfly—no set-up required. But the benefits of selling your tickets on WordPress might outweigh the convenience of using an external event ticket platform.…

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Debating whether you really need to add a calendar to your website? We get it: When you run a business, creating and managing an events calendar might seem like just another chore on your long to-do list.  But for many business owners, a website calendar is a must-have, whether events are your bread and butter…

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Halò! We’ve polished up Attendee Information and Reports for your sites in this week’s release. Before we jump into the changelogs, it’s worth mentioning that this round of updates is a Maintenance Release. In other words, this is a smaller update between major updates and is mostly comprised of bug fixes, tweaks, and small but meaningful…

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It’s the ultimate disappointment: 500 people RSVP to your event, but only 30 people show up when the day arrives. What gives? How could so many people respond but so few bother to actually attend? There are a few possible reasons your attendees flaked: Maybe they thought your event sounded interesting three weeks ago, but…

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OK, so you were told that WordPress would be great for your website. You did your research, followed the famous five-minute installation instructions, and got a site spun up pretty darn fast. The problem is that you’re not in love with the way the default Twenty Nineteen theme looks. I mean, it’s pretty, but not…

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