August 18 @ 4:30 pm
Recurring events is a feature that lets you create an event once, then repeat it as many times as you need for as long as you want in any sort of pattern you like.
For example, let’s say you have an event that happens weekly every Monday. You fire up a new event in WordPress, fill in the content, then move to the recurring event settings.
Notice something else in there? That’s right! Not only can you set an event to repeat in a specific pattern, but you can create additional rules and even exclusions for extra control in determining which dates the event should repeat. Need the event to be on a Wednesday one week instead of a Monday? Sure thing! Need to skip Christmas? No problem! Recurring events make all of that a piece of cake.
Please note that recurring events currently not support the RSVP and ticketing features of our Event Tickets and Event Tickets Plus plugins. You can set an event to repeat, but if you have added an RSVP or ticket form to the event, then it will display the same RSVP and ticket ticket form on each event rather than a unique form for each one.