Release: Facebook Events 1.0.1

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 and Content Tweaks:

Bug Fixes:

  • Removed unclear/confusing message warning message regarding the need for plugin consistency and added clearer warnings with appropriate links when plugins or add-ons are out date.

There are a few bugs that have been reported since launch that we’re still trying to track down, and will hopefully have squashed in 1.0.2 when that releases in August. We’ve also had a few translation files provided that we’ll work in there too (and are always looking for more…let us know if you want to contribute). 

Comments (4)
  1. Could you please guide me through this add-on. I don’t know where can I find, install, and test this add-on on my WordPress website.

    Thank you,

    1. Hi Amirali. Thanks for reaching out on this, and for your purchase of the Facebook Events add-on. The best place to start would definitely be our new user primer: If you had further questions beyond that, we can help resolve them for you over at the Facebook Events forum, right here on the site:

      Hope that helps. If you still have questions or remain stuck at that point, let us know and we’ll do what we can to assist.

  2. We are currently thinking about a events / facebook integration the other way around i.e. events that have been created in the WordPress system should be exported / displayed as facebook events. Do have any plans for this type of synchronization / export for this plugin ?

    1. Cres,
      We don’t currently have any plans for the integration that you’re describing, but we’ll definitely post something here if we implement this feature. Thanks for reaching out!

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