What’s New

We’re constantly working to improve The Events Calendar. Check out what’s new and get the most from your online WordPress calendar.

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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We recently shipped version 5.0 of  The Events Calendar and Events Calendar Pro. These new versions feature calendar views that have been redesigned from the ground-up, including the premium views available in Events Calendar Pro. This is a big change, so we’ve made the upgrade to views opt-in only. This means, at this time you…

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Late last year, we announced an update to Event Tickets Plus that changed the way attendees register for events when purchasing tickets. To replace the old in-page method of collecting attendees’ registration information, we introduced a new page where attendees could add ticket details before adding them to their cart. We even hinted at more…

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It’s hard to believe, but The Events Calendar is coming up on its 10-year anniversary. That’s nearly a decade of building and maintaining WordPress event management plugins that are used the world over. In fact, our plugins now power more than 700,000 calendars around the globe. As the Product Owner for The Events Calendar, I…

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Did you know we launched our newest product, Promoter, earlier this year? In a nutshell, Promoter is a new communication solution for events and the people who run them (hey, that’s you!). With Promoter, you can connect with your community via email through every stage of your event, bolster event attendance, and manage notifications more…

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If you’re using Community Events and Community Tickets to manage your calendar’s user-submitted events, you already know that these plugins provide a one-two punch for your events calendar. Together, these tools allow users to seamlessly create events and sell tickets for their events, all without requiring access to your WordPress dashboard. Get the Bundle Today,…

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Meetup.com recently announced changes to their API that will impact anyone importing Meetup data. To make sure that you can continue importing events, we’ve updated Event Aggregator to work with Meetup’s new system. Previously, Event Aggregator users connected to Meetup.com via an API key. With the new system, that connection is made through OAuth 2.…

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We’ve been busy bees since we launched Promoter earlier this year. In case you’re catching up, Promoter is a new communication solution for events and the people who run them (hey, that’s you!). With Promoter, you can connect with your community via email through every stage of your event, bolster event attendance, and manage notifications…

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Promoter is a new communication solution for events and the people who run them (hey, that’s you!). With Promoter, you can connect with your community via email through every stage of your event, bolster event attendance, and manage notifications more efficiently than ever. With more than 10 years of experience building event management solutions for WordPress…

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New post status options for importing events from Eventbrite to WordPress

On Thursday, we released a new version of Eventbrite Tickets that includes a new default post status for imported events. The previous WordPress post statuses available when running Eventbrite imports were Published, Draft, or Pending Review. Going forward, Draft, Pending Review, and the new (do not override) statuses will be available in your Import Settings. Now about the Published setting–we’ll get to that…

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Snag Mad Discounts This Week Only Score one or all of our plugins on serious discount November 20-26th! 🤯 (That’s right! Get in on these events management favorites while the getting’s good.) Spend up to $149, save 10% with coupon CHEERS10 Spend $150 – $299, save 15% with coupon CHEERS15 Spend $300+ and save 30% with…

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