92 votes10 comments · Feature Ideas » The Events Calendar/Events Calendar PRO · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
We are planning to add this functionality when we have some open development resources to complete it. Thank you all for your patience!
This snippet changes the “iCal Export” buttons to be webcal:// links, which suggests to calendar applications that they should subscribe instead of downloading the .ics file.
It requires The Events Calendar version 4.6.5 or newer.
Please reference https://theeventscalendar.com/knowledgebase/implementing-custom-code-snippets/ for how to implement custom code snippets and let us know how this works for you.Bill Beale supported this idea ·
48 votes21 comments · Feature Ideas » Event Tickets/Events Tickets Plus · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →solution provided · AdminThe Events Calendar (Product Owner, The Events Calendar by Modern Tribe) responded
Hello all, this is a great idea.
For our WooCommerce users, the good news is that there are a few third-party plugins that should help with this in the meantime:
An error occurred while saving the commentBill Beale commented
I had the same issue with zero quantities. For Woo tickets, and for RSVPS. With tickets was sent straight to Cart, and with RSVPs a zero quantity would trigger the " Please fill in the RSVP confirmation name and email fields" (when the request for these is only shown after a quantity is entered).
Found this snippet from May 2016 by Brook, which solves it very nicely for both cases.