Import Events From Facebook.
It seems like everyone’s on Facebook. And if you’ve logged into your account lately, you know that someone is always promoting an event of some kind. Whether you’re hosting a party or attending an obligatory music recital, Facebook gives everyone an avenue to host a gathering.
With the Facebook Events add-on, you can tap into the growing number of events Facebook users are organizing by importing public events from a specific organization or page directly into your WordPress site.
Imported events are manually or automagically created as entries in The Events Calendar. Basic event data along with venue & organizer are populated appropriately. No more entering information in two places, or having to recreate someone else’s listing for a public event you want to include on your WordPress calendar.
Not a PRO user? No problem. The Facebook Events add-on works fine with The Events Calendar or as a supplement to PRO.
Don’t forget to check out our Facebook Events new user primer to get a broader picture of what the plugin can do. If you’re wondering about the features of this add-on or are unsure whether it will accomplish what you want it to, please review the new user primer before buying to make sure know what you’re purchasing. If you’ve got ideas for features or functionality that would make your life easier, share them with us…we’re always listening.
Special thanks to Mark Nelson for his inspiration with the Sync Facebook Events plugin.
Contributors: Shane Pearlman, Rob La Gatta: Rob La Gatta, Paul Hughes, Joey Kudish
- Import events from either a Facebook organization or a Facebook page. (Importing from personal profiles is not possible at this time).
- Sync with multiple organizations/pages and import the specific events you want, when you want them.
- Import individual events manually or auto-import all events from an organization/page at set intervals.
- Set imports to publish automatically or wait in draft/pending review format.
- MU compatible.
- Internationalized & ready for translation (if you’d be interested in translating to your native language in exchange for a free license, let us know).