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  1. 35 votes
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    Thank you very much Alexander for sharing your usecase as well. These are super valuable to us in planning features.

    We appreciate everyone's feedback and will keep monitoring this request.

    Cheers!
    - Brook

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    Thank you for the feedback Denon.

    You make a valid point about the snippets. We are working on improving how these integrate with our plugin while keeping in mind that including all of the snippets in our core code would create a really high number of options available, which in turn might reduce clarity.

    So this is very much a balancing act.

    As for the design feedback, I'll make sure I forward your comment to Jony Ive. We do share your disappointment on how he failed to make our plugin look like it was designed by Apple ;-)

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    needs more votes  ·  7 comments  ·  Feature Ideas » Third Party Integration  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Hello all,

    As it stands, we currently do not support PolyLang as multi-language solution.
    That being said, we are in the process of increasing support for multiple languages.

    For now, our focus is on completing WPML support. Once that is done, we will absolutely take a look at the very popular PolyLang plugin.

    Thank you for your patience and understanding on this.
    Hang in there as we work our way to this and keep the votes coming!

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    Thank you @Denon for taking the time to provide us with some food for thought as well as some your find of a slider plugin that works great for you.

    As for the look of the calendar, you are right, we do aim at making it as customizable as can be. If you are experiencing issues with updates overwriting the changes you have made, you might want to use a Child theme and/or some template customization. You might want to read our Themer's guide to get a sense of how that works: https://theeventscalendar.com/knowledgebase/themers-guide/

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    Implementing a graphical solution, where you can click on a given seat and it will reserve it, is probably not possible due to the complexity and technological limitations.

    However, would the ability to upload an image of your seating map/chart work? From there you could specify a list of seating names in the backend and when a user purchases a ticket they can select from a drop down of available seats, and cross reference it with your seating chart image so they now which goes where. We realize this will not be as fancy as many people are picturing, but since it is actually possible to implement it is a compromise we would be interested in looking into if this will solve your needs.

    We have a KB article about this: https://theeventscalendar.com/knowledgebase/ticketing-using-seating-chart/

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    Implementing a graphical solution, where you can click on a given seat and it will reserve it, is probably not possible due to the complexity and technological limitations.

    However, would the ability to upload an image of your seating map/chart work? From there you could specify a list of seating names in the backend and when a user purchases a ticket they can select from a drop down of available seats, and cross reference it with your seating chart image so they now which goes where. We realize this will not be as fancy as many people are picturing, but since it is actually possible to implement it is a compromise we would be interested in looking into if this will solve your needs.

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    If you're looking for a seating chart option, you might want to consider using our Eventbrite Tickets plugin. Eventbrite recently added a seating chart feature.

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    This shortcode may help toward this feature request: https://gist.github.com/cliffordp/8ecb7022d92f9c989e2e72ecdcf25c60

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    That is very insightful feedback Thomas.

    Thank you for sharing and I will relay that idea along.

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    needs more votes  ·  3 comments  ·  Feature Ideas » Community Events  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Thank you for clarifying that.

    I can totally see how that would be super useful.
    Hopefully, this idea will gain some traction and get many votes.

    In the meantime, the only way to accomplish that would probably through some template customization, including with our recommended customizers.

  9. 182 votes
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    Thank you guys so much for this idea, and explaining the various use cases where it would be helpful. This has been some tremendous feedback, and helps us understand how best to address your needs.

    Some of you will benefit best from our upcoming templating feature, which would allow you to easily duplicate event details from one event to another while changing only the things that vary, such as a venue. Others will no doubt enjoy the ability to link arbitrary events together as one event series. This might be ideal for conventions and large events with multiple days and facilities. This too is an upcoming feature.

    The rest would clearly enjoy the ability to have just one event with multiple venues, as you can do with organizers. Thanks to all of your excellent feedback this too is now a feature on our roadmap. It will likely be implemented as…

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    Barbara, are you referring to specific occurrences within a series of recurring events?

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    Hey Sam,

    Thanks for commenting here! It sounds like you're wanting to have a recurring event with each instance having a single, different venue associated with the event?

    If so, there is currently a little bit of an existing work around that could help you out here. You can create the recurring event, assigning it to a single location. You can then go and remove each instance out of the recurrence by changing the associated venue. Does that sound like it would work for your current situation?

    Thanks!

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    Please direct Global Stock questions to https://theeventscalendar.com/support/ and keep the comments for discussion regarding Support WooCommerce Product Variations within Event Tickets Plus. Thank you for sharing all your use cases; they're always beneficial!

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    Thanks for your feedback. Keep the ideas coming!

  12. 201 votes
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    Howdy Spirit,

    It might take a little while for your vote to show up. A few months back UserVoice switched from allowing 3 votes per idea to only allowing individual people to support an idea, essentially making it so everyone can only vote once. That might have been part of the issue. Either way if you vote once it will eventually show up, we get about 70 new ones every week.

    Cheers!
    - Brook

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    @bruce I think you are right, this was probably achieved via the custom-field add-on

    As an alternative, at least for the WooCommerce tickets, the following third-party plugin could act as a solution for per product category new order notification: https://www.woothemes.com/products/advanced-notifications/

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    Some of our users have had success by using the following plugin: https://wordpress.org/plugins/bnfw/

    It might serve as a workaround in the meantime :-)

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    Hi WebSource,

    Thanks for sharing the coding! I have shared it with the team to see what we can do with it.

    Thanks

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    @Karen

    Thank you for your great suggestion.
    In short, based on my understanding, it looks like your needs would be met if there was a ressource reservation system included in our Calendar.

    That being said, it appears that this feature request was specifically intended for blocking users from submitting events via our Community Events add-on.

    If I am correct, you could cast your vote and add your comments here instead: https://tribe.uservoice.com/forums/195723-feature-ideas/suggestions/3695679-bookings-plugin-or-feature

    As such, I would hate for your great insight to not get the attention it deserves.

    Best regards

  15. 182 votes
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    @Terry I would recommend opening a separate User Voice request for this

    Cheers

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    Thanks for the suggestion Mike! We'll take it into consideration :)

  16. 49 votes
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    started  ·  6 comments  ·  Feature Ideas » Event Tickets/Events Tickets Plus  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    @Michelle, the extra ticket fields are now part of our features :-)

  17. 103 votes
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    That is a great idea! Please note this is already possible by adding a regular text widget to the calendar then putting an HTML form inside of it. Something like this works well:

    <form id="tribe-bar-form" name="tribe-bar-form" method="post" action="http://example.com/events/&quot; class="tribe-bar-full">
    <label class="label-tribe-bar-search" for="tribe-bar-search">Search</label>
    <input type="text" name="tribe-bar-search" id="tribe-bar-search" value="" placeholder="Search">
    <input type="submit" name="submit" value="Go">
    </form>

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    Hey @jack,

    Thank you for your interest and your question.
    As you might realize, we have tons of awesome feature requests by our customers.

    So it's not so much a question of cost as it is a question of prioritizing features based on popularity.

    If you are crunched for time, I would totally recommend hiring one of our recommended customizers to do the customization for you: https://theeventscalendar.com/knowledgebase/find-a-customizer/

    Cheers

  19. 96 votes
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    Thanks Bruce, that's awesome!

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    That's an interesting idea, thanks for sharing!

    It looks like we've actually considered doing something like this in the past but wound up passing on it. I've re-opened it in our system for reconsideration.

    Thanks again!

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    Also, please note that venues do now have venue fields built in :)

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    Hi Ken, thanks for the suggestion. We'll consider something like this for the future but for now you can always use something like http://www.advancedcustomfields.com/ to setup custom fields for any other post_type.

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    longterm roadmap  ·  17 comments  ·  Feature Ideas » Community Tickets  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    @Robert

    These are excellent points, thank you for sharing.

    As a clarification, you can currently use Stripe in combination with Community Tickets.

    However, doing that will not provide you with the ability for auto-split payments.

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    Thanks for that additional information. In reading about Stripe Connect, it seemed to be a pseudo "run your own payment processor" setup so what you're saying would make sense.

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