News & Announcements

The short version Our team learned of and quickly patched a previously unknown security vulnerability in our Filter Bar product earlier this week. We take full responsibility for the situation, and we’re sorry it happened. Customers with active Filter Bar subscriptions should update to the latest version (4.7.0.1) ASAP; customers with expired subscriptions should go…

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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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Since the beginning of the year (and even a bit before that), our team has been hard at work preparing our plugins for the upcoming block editor release in WordPress 5.0. We’ve already released several event blocks in our Events Gutenberg extension and we’re proud to announce ticket blocks and RSVP blocks are now available!…

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TL;DR – Facebook added even more restrictions to their API and it sucks for everyone. Back in April, Facebook made abrupt, significant changes to their API that effectively halted the ability for services like Event Aggregator to import events from Facebook into other websites. Despite getting hit with this major surprise, Facebook gave developers hope…

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We have decided to change our minimum required PHP version from 5.2 to 5.6. This may sound like a big change for some, but don’t worry! We’ve got you covered, and can take you through the steps on how to make this change and quickly explain why this change is beneficial for all of us.…

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Eventbrite Tickets

The Eventbrite Tickets plugin you know and love just got a major update that includes a number of significant new features. Before we jump into all the features we added in version 4.5, there’s one super important thing to note: Eventbrite.com imports have moved from the old Legacy Imports section to the regular Imports section…

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Short on time? Click down to the Recap of this post for the essential bullet points of this important announcement. Google recently announced that as part of a number of other changes, they will no longer be supporting keyless access to their maps starting on June 11, 2018. Users will need to have a valid…

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We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of The Events Calendar 4.5.12.2, which resolves an issue impacting some Event Aggregator users whereby scheduled imports would not run manually, under some circumstances. This follows hot on the heels of our 4.5.12 and 4.5.12.1 releases and is part of our drive to improve the overall experience…

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We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of The Events Calendar 4.5.12.1, which resolves an issue impacting some Event Aggregator users whereby imported events could inadvertently be duplicated. No other changes were made to any other areas of the plugin and we apologize to anyone who might have been affected by this issue. If…

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