Release Notes

Our smallest maintenance release this month, the 1.0.3 build of Eventbrite Tickets is nonetheless an important update if you want to ensure you’re running the freshest code. It automatically displays the Eventbrite Tickets panel within individual events…which, if user feedback from the last build is any indication, should save users a solid chunk of time…

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Along with the core The Events Calendar/PRO, each of the add-ons got its own update today as well. You may recall that July’s maintenance release for Facebook Events was bare-bones; with this build, we’ve added some more substance: a few nice new features, German & Czech language files, and the elimination of a few pesky…

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September’s maintenance release cycle is in full swing…now that we’ve kicked Events 2.0.9 out the door, each of the add-ons is following suit. Next up comes Community Events (“for all your frontend event submission needs)”. This 1.0.3 release is fairly heavy on bug fixes and lighter on the feature/content tweak side. If you’ve reported a…

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You’ll notice there were no product releases last month. While we didn’t take a team-wide summer vacation, everyone on the crew had their own distractions — babies, weddings, moving and what have you — that kept us focused on dev and support, but not pushing any products live. But I’m excited to say that we’re…

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The response to our Facebook Events add-on has been positive since it’s launch last month, and we appreciate the support from those of you who have bought it. Since today marks release date, we’ve pushed out the 1.0.1 build with a couple of minor changes.  Release Notes for WordPress Facebook Events 1.0.1: Small features, UX…

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As was the case with Eventbrite Tickets 1.0.2, this month’s maintenance release for Community Events (1.0.2 as well) is also quite lightweight. Make sure you’ve installed & activated The Events Calendar 2.0.8 — and Events Calendar PRO 2.0.8, if you’re a PRO user — before updating Community.  Release Notes for WordPress Community Events 1.0.2: Small…

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Along with updates to the rest of our premium plugins, we released this month’s Eventbrite Tickets maintenance release — 1.0.2, for those keeping count — today. It is a very minor update that includes one new feature and one bug fix. Don’t forget…if you’re on The Events Calendar/Events Calendar PRO 2.0.7 or earlier, you’ll want to update…

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This release comes a bit later in the month than normal, and we’ve been putting the finishing touches on The Events Calendar 2.0.8 the past few days. As you’ll see there were a ton of translation files submitted this month and we’ve worked as many of them in as we received before codefreeze. We’ve also added a…

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We’ve just deployed a mid-month release of Community Events, version 1.0.1.1, which addresses a somewhat critical bug we found that emerged with the release of WordPress 3.4. Please update when able. This patch is being released after we received reports that the frontend “My Events” list — which users click to see their submitted events —…

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We’ve just put the finishing touches on our Facebook Events add-on for The Events Calendar/Events Calendar PRO, and of this evening it is officially live. The add-on serves a simple purpose: importing events from Facebook. Some specific highlights: Import events from either a Facebook organization or a Facebook page (importing from personal pages is not possible…

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Our first monthly maintenance release for Eventbrite Tickets was released today. If you’ve entered your license key on the backend of any site where the plugin is being used, you’ll be prompted to update automatically – if not, just log in and visit Account Central -> Downloads here at the tri.be site. It is worth noting…

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The response to Community Events 1.0 when it launched last month was awesome, and we appreciate everyone who bought it and shared their experiences so far. Today marks the release of our first maintenance update for that add-on,If you’ve entered your license key on the backend of any site where the plugin is being used,…

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Today marks quite a release day here at Modern Tribe: we’ve pushed out The Events Calendar/Events Calendar PRO 2.0.7, and updates to both our Community Events (1.0.1) and Eventbrite Tickets (1.0.1) add-ons. Even though it’s just a monthly maintenance release, 2.0.7 includes — along with the basic bug fixes — a few new translation files…

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Hi folks. Just a heads up that we’ve deployed some new code here on the tri.be website that should resolve the problem some users were facing with unlinking their license keys. As you may be aware, as of the 2.0.5 release we inadvertently removed the ability to unlink sites on the Account Central –> License…

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