Elementor is the biggest thing to hit Wordpress and is growing in popularity and ability on day by day basis.
It's time that Tribe should make Elementor a priority for easy integration and allow the non-intermediate users the ability to adapt their websites.
I am sure a simple widget plugin to bring in the relevant meta data would suffice to start30 votes
Add a way to edit a single item in a recurring event, so that you can edit one date instead of changing all of them201 votes
We are working on changes to Events Calendar PRO that would allow this kind of independent editing. Thanks for your patience!
When someone clicks to 3 RSVPs attending - I want to have them add each individual attendee name. Right now RSVPs are only allowed to enter one name.60 votes
Right now, if you look at the number of ticket sold in the participant list, it include tickets that were sold then cancelled, or completely deleted orders. I suggest that this number only includes existing participant or that another item is created to see the number of expected attendees and active tickets sold.105 votes
Thank you all for your continued feedback here. This is very much something we are interested in refining. We are going to rope in a strategist to properly account for the various workflows of as many people as we can, and try to find a slick method and improved method for reporting this info to everyone. Until then please keep voting, it helps us prioritize.
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When developing a website in one language that sells courses, tickets and other virtual products wootickets works just fine. But when you work on a website with more than one language there is no possiblity of having a single translation of the tickets for the ones that don't understand the main language. I would be interesting if translated events could share the same stock, because some times tickets are limited.
WPML support has been a long and difficult road for us, but we are currently working with the team at WPML in the hopes of a more sustainable level of support.
The ticket emailed to customers is one of the major issues concerning the relationship with customers.
The ticket design must be consistent with the design of the site to give the customer, the image of a professional product.
But with the current system it is difficult to change the default design of the ticket: no preview no system to make it.So the idea would be to create the ticket in an editor ... a bit like gravity form or visual composer.48 votes
I have had users asking for a year view -- for planning purposes. They are able to go from month to month, but occasionally events run over month lines they lose concentration clicking from month to month. Plus, it does give an over-all view when making assessments and yearly time considerations.
Plus, it seems like it might be a fairly easy addition -- just a screen shot of all the months together.43 votes
Thank you guys so much for your feedback. Work on this is about 50% complete.
However, when we reanalyzed our priorities we realized that some of our new features, like year view, should be put on hold for now to make time for some higher impact endeavors. We are currently focused on bug fixes, architecture improvements, and polishing our current UI. While these improvements are not as “flashy” as new features like year view, they are helping a significantly greater portion of our users than this sort of new feature. Thus, we have to focus on these for a while longer. Once those tasks are complete we will have some extra time for exciting things like finishing year view.
- The Modern Tribe Support Team
I would love to see a simple or summary view of events. Just a list showing each event on one line with date, event name, organiser, and venue (and maybe a category): Eg:
06 - Tuesday Track at DISC - Brunswick Cycling Club - DISC
07 - The Loop Criterium - Eastern Veterans Cycling Club - Yarra Boulevard
We’ve started design and strategy around this, but requires some backend development changes before we’ll be able to implement it. We’ll keep you posted!
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