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The HubSpot integration with The Events Calendar is a powerful plugin that syncs all of your information about attendees with your HubSpot account. What does this mean for you? You’ll be able to slice and dice your customer segments based on the attendee info you collect.

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You may have noticed a new look around here, and we’re not just talking about our updated calendar views. In addition to rolling out a makeover for The Events Calendar, we’re excited to present a new look for our brand altogether, complete with a new logo, an expanded color palette, and a fresh new style…

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Hey folks! Today’s update fixes the Attendee Information radio buttons and improves calculations around shared ticket capacity. This is a minor release that should be smooth sailing when updating. That said, it’s always a good idea to backup your site and test changes in a development environment before installing this on your live site, as…

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Hey folks! Today’s update focuses on how the tickets are styled on your sites, displaying the Attendee Registration Modal, and preventing conflicts within premium plugin updates. This is an important release. It’s always a good idea to backup your site and test changes in a development environment before installing this on your live site, as…

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This simple extension will allow the v2 Events Calendar views to override the default event and event view fonts by inheriting the fonts from the theme. Changelog Version 1.0.0 (February 26, 2020) – Initial release.

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Hey folks! We’re releasing a quick update for you that’s available now. When users updated premium plugins without matching updates of our other plugins — such as updating Events Calendar Pro 5.0.2 before updating Filter Bar to 4.9.2 — all of the premium plugins would fail to load without any visual warnings. We have fixed…

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Hello, today’s update improves finding events created with The Events Calendar on Eventbrite. Specifically, it appeared that some of the events created in WordPress weren’t able to be found on Eventbrite.com when they were synced there. We definitely want to make sure events can be found both on your site and on Eventbrite, so we…

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Howdy folks! We made a few tweaks to Events Calendar Pro in this latest update. Specifically, you can now use multiple categories within the [tribe_events]shortcode. 🤩 ⚠️Heads up: if you are using The Events Calendar or Filter Bar, you’ll need to match versions. The Events Calendar 5.0.2, Events Calendar Pro 5.0.2, and Filter Bar 4.9.2…

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Howdy all! We’ve improved the Customizer experience in the WordPress Appearance settings, cleaned up permalinks, and corrected a datepicker issue. ⚠️Heads up: if you are using Events Calendar Pro and Filter Bar, you’ll need to match versions. The Events Calendar 5.0.2, Events Calendar Pro 5.0.2, and Filter Bar 4.9.2 work together. This is a minor…

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Hey friends! Today’s Filter Bar update clarifies the live refresh behavior and respects style settings. ⚠️Heads up: if you are using The Events Calendar or Events Calendar Pro, you’ll need to match versions. The Events Calendar 5.0.2, Events Calendar Pro 5.0.2, and Filter Bar 4.9.2 work together. This is a minor release that should be…

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Howdy all! We’re releasing a quick update here that removes Filter Bar from venue and organizer pages when using the new views. We also tweaks Filter’s Bar’s marginsso that it doesn’t overlap with your site header. This is a minor release that should be smooth sailing when updating. That said, it’s always a good idea…

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Howdy all! We’re releasing a quick update here that improves the appearance of maps and map view, and adds a recurrence rule for multi-day events. This is a minor release that should be smooth sailing when updating. That said, it’s always a good idea to backup your site and test changes in a development environment…