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One of the biggest highlights of the upcoming Events Calendar Pro 2.0 has to be its inclusion of recurring events — hands down the most requested feature by our users, recurring events will save site administrators the effort of having to set repeat events up one at a time. After the jump, you’ll find a more detailed…

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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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Need Help? Check out the Events Calendar PRO FAQ. If that doesn’t do it, then head over to the support forum. Please don’t email via our contact form or comment below, it won’t get to the right people. On to The Latest Release Hi folks. I’m happy to report that Events Calendar Pro 1.3.2 is…

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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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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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Update: I am extremely excited by the initial feedback we received on our alpha build. Users were thrilled and had great ideas for changes. All in all, we are tightening up WordPress with Eventbrite. Simplification of the import process, two way syncing, credit card options and more. We also received a nice clear list of…

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Twitter Widget Pro for WordPress Events Calendar Pro for WordPress We’ve officially launched our first handful of Premium WordPress Plugins in partnership with Brandon Jones (EpicEra). Check out the “Events Calendar Pro” plugin for all of your event management needs – a robust calendar system built specifically for WordPress 3.0. Also be sure to find…

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Looking for news and tips about our open source plugin? Follow Shane on twitter @justlikeair. Update: Thank you so much for all the nice emails and interest we have received. If you are looking for technical support, please read through the support forum and if you don’t find your answer create a new thread. We…