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    Hans commented  · 

    limit argument would be nice to control the number of events shown as a result of the shortcode. You can then show the next x events in an easy manner, without having to know the dates

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    Hans commented  · 

    What I would like is some functionality to publicize the cancellation of an event. I'm thinking about some sort of status-indication thats marks an event as cancelled after it was publicized (and I could imagine ther being more statusses than live or cancelled too). If a event is marked as cancelled than it should show as such in the lists and calendars and may give some sort of message or a reason for cancellation in the top of the single event page. In that way the event isn't removed, but it is clear for visitors of the single event page that the is cancelled (due to...). When people have allready bought a ticket, it may be that they can be informed by e-mail, but if an event is free or allows entrance without ticket or rsvp or the person just hasn't bought a ticket yet or just wants to check the event details and status before going,

    it would be nice to keep the event page alive and just have clear visible presentation of the cancellation. The plugin could support a status in the admin with an message option, and standard presentation rather than having to edit the event content.

    Off course this status should have consequences for the ticket plugins too, and should disable new ticket offerings. Adding an event status seems to make sense to me.

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    I would really like to have a filter in the WooCommerce Product list (admin) to hide the tickets Event Ticket Plus generates there. I find the number of ticket products build up quickly and mostly I want to manage the (much smaller number of) non-event products in my store and don't want to have to plough through the entire list of events products to find those products.

    Since I tend to access WooCommerce Ticket-products via the event admin page, I don't really need them in the product list, although I can Imagine it would be more flexible if a filter above the list would hide them than a setting that generally hides that products.

    Both a setting to hide them structurally or a filter WooCommerce product list in the admin would do it for me, but I imagine that the latter would probably be the most flexible. Mostly I just want to see the non-ticket products.

    Since I run a business that sells services, online courses and physical products next to tickets for small workshops and live courses, it would be really helpfull if the large number of event tickets wouldn't cloud the list.

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    Hans commented  · 

    I have tried the duplicate tec event plugin you advice here as a sollution, but I have found it to contain an annoying error. Since I found no sollution and the autor hasn't reacted on the support thread I have checked the code myself and writen the error as I understand it down in a support thread in wordpress.org.

    https://wordpress.org/support/topic/plugin-changes-url-of-source-event-to-the-same-as-the-duplicate/

    Even if it worked allright I found that it isn't as robust as I would like, for instance not checking if a user is autorised to duplicate, When I looked into the duplicate post plugin I tried also, I found such checkes where indeed in place and it seemed both a more generic and a more robust solution.

    https://nl.wordpress.org/plugins/duplicate-post/

    As far as I have tried it copies all settings and content of an event and it is used by many so probably better tested anyways. So perhaps you should rather recommend that one, than a less solid and error containing plugin that has tex in the name.

    Hope it helps.

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