+ Add Copy is located under My Calendar > Add Event > + Add Copy. In the following screenshot we can see the original event and two copies.
When clicking the + Add Copy a new copy of the event will automatically be added containing the same Start and End time as in the original event. Make the needed adjustments. Click the bottom + Add Copy to add additional copies of the event.
Above we can see that I have added two copies (duplicates). Using the same time but changing the dates.
Clicking to Cancel an Event Copy will give the option to “Restore” (keeping the event copy) or “Remove” (deleting the copy).
This is a multi-day event.
Will show multiple events as one event overview on the frontend. If used in relation with Events widget/shortcode or Today’s Events widget/shortcode.
When the rest of the event information has been filled out and you decide to Save Draft or Publish. Here is an example of saving the above original event and the additional two copies. A total of three events are now published.
Here we can choose to View Event (frontend) or Edit Event. Or we might click the Events link seen in the left WordPress menu.
Calendar Add Event is located under My Calendar > Add Event.
When you create a new event in My Calendar, you are creating one primary record in the database, with one start date and time and one set of event details.
The Add Event screen is fairly long so that I will be splitting up the sections into smaller parts.
Event title Event description
Description is the main event content area where you can add text, video, image information about the event.
You are able to select to show an excerpt in the event popup or other places. The excerpt is meant to give a short overview of the event.
Select the General category or create new category/categories for your event by clicking the + Add Categories button.
Insert the name and click Add Category.
Defining a Primary Category.
Choosing a primary category sets which icon or category color will be used for an event when multiple categories are assigned.
In the above example, I have added three categories Travel, Spain and Summer. I have to update the event to have these newly created categories show up in the Primary Category drop down.
I can now select Travel category as the Primary Category for this event. The other categories become secondary.
Date and Time
Start Time and End Time of the event. Date and End Date (optional) if needed.
Instead of adding a Start and End Time you can click the All day event. Here you can rename the Time label and Hide end time if you choose to do so.
Date and Time + Add Copy
By clicking + Add Copy the add copy screen is seen and one copy of the event is added. Here one can add additional copies of the event, adjusting the date and time as is needed. The result is that all the events are added to an Event Group and connected to each other.
With Repetition Pattern one can create a pattern of how often the single event is repeated. Starting from the first event and ending at the date “Repeat Until” field. I have included a separate documentation page for Repetition Pattern, where you can learn more about getting the most out of this feature.
The featured image is available in the pop-up card and in the single event card. If your theme supports featured images, your theme’s images will take precedence over the My Calendar single event template.
Host – The frontend will show an avatar if available and the words: “Hosted by (username)” More Information – The frontend will show a “More information” link. The text can be changed under Settings > Text.
Select an event location from the location drop down. (None are seen in the following screenshot, as I have not yet made a location.)
For sites with many locations (more than 90), the drop down is replaced with an autocomplete search form.
Event Location – Add a new location
Click the “+ Add a new location” button to open up the fields to add a new location. The checkbox Copy new location will add the location to the Locations screen.
Fill in the information you need for your event.
Click the check boxes to select accessible options for your event. These will also be seen on the frontend events screen.
Add a link to an URL where users can get tickets for your events. The frontend will by default show a “Buy Tickets” link. Add additional text information related to tickets.
Check out my plugin My Tickets if you need additional registration or need to sell tickets. It integrates with My Calendar to handle ticket sales.
Next: Events -> My Events -> Click the title of an event to Edit Event.