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.

It recently came to our attention that prior to releasing the 2.0.3 build, we inadvertently changed the webcal feed version number in the Events Calendar PRO plugin code. This in turn made it impossible for some users to import their events into external calendars (google calendar or iCal) without seeing an error message telling them…

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Jumping into 2012, there’s a lot we at Modern Tribe have in store on the WordPress plugin front that we’re extremely excited about. The first of those is out today: The Events Calendar / Events Calendar PRO 2.0.3, which patches a number of bugs (some critical, some minor) that were introduced in the 2.0.2 code…

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We’ve locked down our first pass at the new Eventbrite Ticketing code, and the beta is currently underway. We have a few solid participants sharing their feedback on what’s working and what isn’t. But since a few of our beta testers dropped out early and a few more slots never got filled to begin with, we’re looking for a few good men (and women) to jump in and help out.

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Events Calendar PRO 2.0 is just around the corner. During the final QA round, we exposed a few critical bugs that delayed us from pushing the plugin live on September 20 as initially planned; we’ve used the past few days to knock those out and are on track to take the plugin live later this…

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There are a number of smaller features in Events Calendar Pro 2.0 that, while not as glamorous or in-depth as recurring events or custom meta, are worth giving some air time to. After the jump check out a walkthrough covering a couple of these smaller — but no less worthwhile — features: using the new…

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Beyond recurring events, another feature we’ve added in Events Calendar Pro 2.0 that significantly alters the plugin’s functionality is the inclusion of custom meta data. While users of ECP were previously limited to just the few event settings we’d hardcoded in, those days are soon to be a thing of the past. Now, site administrators…

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Events Calendar Pro

As you may have seen last month, we’ve been ramping up production of Events Calendar Pro 2.0 this summer and today marks the end to our second round of beta testing. Big thanks to all the participants (truly making up a range of folks building completely different websites all around the world) who have given…

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Events Calendar Pro

Hi folks. As you may have seen over at the forum, we’re excited to announce that we’re currently inviting users to participate in our Events Calendar Pro 2.0 private beta. Right now the functionality is limited to recurring events — but since so many folks have listed this as their top request, we wanted to…

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Events Calendar Pro

I am extremely excited to announce that Events Calendar Pro 2.0 development is officially underway. Our first item of focus is reoccurring events. Once that is finished, we will take a look at the other features and decide where to focus our remaining energy. We should be ready for a private alpha in a couple…

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Events Calendar Pro

We have just released the 1.1 update to the WordPress premium Events Calendar plugin. For those of you who haven’t checked it out: The Events Calendar Premium plugin for WordPress enables you to rapidly create and manage events using the custom post editor. Features include Google Maps integration, iCal support as well as default templates…

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