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What's better than throwing a party? Having someone else throw a party for you! Let your users make new events on your calendar. User generated content, social interactions, blah blah blah. Awesome.
We know that not every event is a kumbaya free hippie singalong around the campfire. Sometimes you need to make some coin - so we built an add on that will let you sell tickets with Eventbrite. "Mo' Money..."
No third-party websites, no ticket fees…just you, your attendees and one kick ass event.
Our plugin pricing model has remained unchanged for the duration of the 2.x lifecycle. Once 3.0 comes out, though, prices will be going up. We wanted to put this post out in the interest of transparency: so the community is aware of what we’re planning and why, and so they have time to buy at current prices before the cost increase kicks in. Don’t forget, if you have a valid license, as 3.0 comes comes … Continue reading
This morning I sat down with Jessica Yazbek, a member of the core development team working on The Events Calendar/Events Calendar PRO 3.0, to review the new templates that are coming in the 3.0 release. Jessica has spent a good chunk of the past couple weeks working on rewriting the templates — based on feedback we’d received from support requests and beta testers alike — to make them more flexible. In our talk this morning, … Continue reading
We’re finding that there’s a lot to be learned from talking to your users. As we take the final steps towards launching The Events Calendar / Events Calendar PRO 3.0, it’s more important than ever to find out who our users are, why events are important to them and how we could better help them succeed — financially or, if there’s some other metric by which they gauge success, through whatever avenue is important to … Continue reading
I hope you’ve been enjoying my The Events Calendar/Events Calendar PRO 3.0 preview posts. If you haven’t checked out our 3.0 preview page or the preview videos so far, they’re listed below and should give you a nice feel of what to expect in terms of new views and settings: I. Week View (April 1, 2013) II. Map View (April 2, 2013) III. Photo View (April 4, 2013) IV. List, Calendar & Day Views (April 8, 2013) … Continue reading
The only solution I’ve found that covered everything you would expect in a full calendar and events list.
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