EventPrime – Event Calendar Management

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EventPrime is a unique WordPress Event Calendar Managment plugin that allows you to create and…

Author:EventPrime (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:4.8
WordPress version tested:5.8.1
Plugin version:2.0.8
Added to WordPress repository:28-02-2019
Last updated:16-09-2021
Rating, %:98
Rated by:14
Plugin URI:http://eventprime.net
Total downloads:31 143
Active installs:800+
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EventPrime is an easy to use, beginner-friendly WordPress Events Calendar plugin. Using the EventPrime events plugin, you can now create events with a single click. Just click on a date from the Events Calendar ???? in the WordPress backend and begin creating an event starting from that date. Create free as well as paid Events by enabling Bookings ???? from EventPrime’s Event Settings. Booking payments via PayPal, frontend event submission, and email customizations are some of the features also supported for free in our WordPress Events Calendar plugin.

The EventPrime events plugin also allows you to create and assign Event Types, Performer(s), and Event Site(s) to your Events.

EventPrime is the newest WordPress events plugin built by the RegistrationMagic plugin team and in active development since past 12 months. EventPrime provides WordPress users the same level of control over event management that RegistrationMagic provides over user registrations. We are eager to get as much feedback from you as possible on our new event booking plugin.

For any issues, bugs, feature requests and general help, contact our awesome support!

Cheers, EventPrime Team

With our WordPress events plugin, you now have an event management system to create an event list the way you always wanted. No more difference between the event calendar you create from the back-end and the calendar that is visible to users on the front-end. The Event Calendar on the front-end will appear exactly the way you configure it from the back-end. A WordPress Events Calendar plugin never worked so effortlessly as EventPrime does. Event management in WordPress is now as easy as it can ever be, thanks to the EventPrime events plugin.

EventPrime is a WordPress Events Calendar plugin that supports free event bookings, paid event bookings, single day events, multi-day events, event performers, event sites, event gallery, event registration, event calendar widget and a lot more. Check out our Starter Guide to get up and running with this awesome event manager tool.

If you want more of our new WordPress events plugin, do check out its Extensions. We have added Live Seating, Event Analytics, Event Sponsors, Stripe Payments, Offline Payments, Recurring Events and a lot more planned for the future!

EventPrime Backend

Events Calendar

  • Create or Edit Events directly from the Events Calendar.
  • Click on a date on the calendar to open the Add Event Popup form.
  • Set Event Start & End Dates, All Day Event, Enable Bookings, Booking Price, Event Type, Event Site, and Performer(s) from the Add Event Popup.
  • View events on the calendar as colored bars spanning from the start date to the end date of the event.
  • Hover cursor over an existing event in the calendar to view its details in a quick popup.
  • Drag and drop events from one date to another in the calendar to quickly change event dates.
  • Click on an exiting event in the calendar to open the Edit Event Popup. Allowing you to edit event details on the fly.
  • Click on the Dashboard link from the Event Details Pop-up to access Event Dashboard for complete event manager toolkit. You’ll find all settings associated with an event in the Event Dashboard for more detailed event configuration.
  • Change view of the Events Calendar to Monthly, Weekly, Daily, List, or Cards for better event visibility.

Event Settings

  • From event settings, you can further customize your events.
  • Set event type for event categorization.
  • Add a description to let your attendees know in detail what the event is about.
  • Upload a feature image for the event.
  • Upload a gallery of images for the event.
  • Enable custom link for the event. This will be required if the event on your event calendar is supposed to link to an external URL.
  • If bookings are enabled, you can set specific booking start date and end date.
  • Enable or disable display of event booking status on the frontend.
  • Allow or disallow booking cancellations.
  • Hide or show the event on the event calendar widget.
  • Hide or show the event on the frontend event calendar.
  • Write a custom note on the event page to display to event attendees.

Event Dashboard

  • From the event dashboard, you can access event settings, assign event site, assign performers and also access options provided by some of EventPrime’s extensions. All from one single page.
  • You can also see a brief list of all latest bookings for the event from the event dashboard.

Event Types Manager

  • Create or Edit Event Types that you can then assign to Events.
  • Set specific name, color, age group, image, and special instructions for your Event Types.
  • Events in the Events Calendar will appear in the color of their assigned Event Type.

Event Sites Manager

  • Create or Edit Event Sites that you can then assign to Events.
  • Event Sites have their own name, description, address, date of establishment, seating type, operator, Facebook page, and photo gallery.
  • Sort Event Sites Alphabetically or by their number of events.

Performers Manager

  • Create or Edit Performers that you can then assign to Events.
  • Performers have their own type (person or group), name, role, cover image, and description.
  • Sort Event Sites Alphabetically or by their number of events.
  • You can also create events that are a match between more than one Performers. Configurable from the Event Dashboard.

Attendees Manager

  • View a complete list of all Attendees for all your events.
  • Filter Attendees by their events, booking time, and booking status.
  • See a table of Attendee details containing their booking ID, username, email, and number of tickets per booking ID.
  • Edit Attendees’ individual booking details and also add note for an attendee which the attendee can see on his/her event booking.
  • Download booking details of Attendees in PDF format.
  • Send notification emails to Attendees.
  • Access the transaction log for an Attendee’s booking.
  • Add multiple notes to any booking.

Global Settings

  • Enable or disable email notifications and customize email content.
  • Configure PayPal payment processor and choose currency of payments.
  • Configure APIs for Google Map, Facebook, Google Calendar for external integrations.
  • Set default pages for EventPrime frontend.
  • Enable or disable display of past events on frontend.
  • Choose default event calendar view for the frontend.
  • Enable or disable event filter options on the frontend event calendar.
  • Hide or show bookings of past events on the backend Attendees list.
  • Set time format in which event time will display on the frontend event calendar. This option can be either 12-hour format or 24-hour format.
  • Add your own custom CSS code to customize the look of EventPrime’s frontend.
  • Change the notification messages that appear on the frontend event submission page.
  • Set the default status of events that are submitted from frontend.

EventPrime Frontend

The Event Calendar

On the Front-end, the EventPrime events plugin sports a beautiful yet convenient event calendar layout. The events can be displayed monthly, weekly, daily, event list, or as event cards. Hovering over any event in the calendar will display the event card in a pop-up. Viewers can see all information in brief about an event on this event card. Clicking on the event card will lead to the individual page for that event. Users can register as attendees for an event if event registration is enabled for it.

Directory Pages

In addition to the comprehensive Events Calendar view, the EventPrime events plugin offers complete directories for entities associated with events. The directory pages are created automatically on your site along with the installation and activation of our WordPress events plugin. These pages contain shortcodes for their respective directories. So you can use the shortcodes to add them onto any other pages you’d like. The directory pages are:

  • Event Types Directory
  • Event Sites Directory
  • Performers Directory

We are planning to add customizable parameters to these directory shortcodes in the future. So you can setup these directory lists in more than one ways.

Submit Event

From the Submit Event frontend page, any user can submit his/her own event. The admin can then review, edit and publish that event on the Event Calendar. The Submit Event page has the following options:

  • User submitting an event can submit its name, start date, end date, description, event type, venue, and performers.
  • Enable bookings, set booking start and end date, and also set the booking price.
  • Upon submitting the form, user will see a confirmation message that is customizable from the Global Settings.
  • Upon submitting event, EventPrime will send an email to site admin that a new event has been submitted with the event’s details.

Single Entities

The EventPrime events plugin also allows you to create individual entity pages using shortcodes with ID parameter. Shortcodes are availabe for the following pages:

  • Single Event
  • Single Event Type
  • Single Event Site & Location
  • Single Performer
  • Submit Event

User Account Area

The Directory and Single entity pages are for displaying Events and related entities. For a user to see his/her own activity with events, our event booking plugin offers a full-fledged User Account Area on the front-end. With this EventPrime page, users can login and manage their event booking. Users can also cancel their event booking and find directions to Event Sites where Events are booked.

Widgets

The EventPrime events plugin offers you 4 highly useful widgets to setup anywhere on your site. These are:

  • Countdown Event Widget- This is a reverse countdown to upcoming events which you can select from the Widget settings. The upcoming events countdown displays the Days, Hours, Minutes and Seconds left till the event goes live.
  • Slider Event Widget – This widget is a slideshow of the Featured Images from various Events on your site. Clicking on a Feature Image from the slideshow will lead to that Event’s individual page.
  • Calendar Event Widget – A smaller view of the Events Calendar that lists upcoming events underneath it.
  • Event Site Map – This widget contains Google Map with markers of all Event Sites & Locations.

3 more widgets can be added to our WordPress Events Calendar plugin using the “Event List Widgets” extensions.

What’s Next?

Our WordPress events plugin is in active development with a lot of features planned ahead. Here’s a quick glimpse of what we have in queue for the future…

  • Multiple Payment Gateways – It is always important for an event organiser to accept event booking payments with their choice of payment gateway. EventPrime event booking plugin is going to make it easier for event organiser by adding more payment gateways. In addition to the existing payment gateway support with PayPal.
  • Import/Export Events – No event organiser or event planner tool can work standalone. That is why EventPrime team is going to add Import/Export events feature to work with other popular event management tools.
  • More Event List Widgets – We plan to add more widgets to our event list plugin. Widgets such as Featured Events, Recommended Events, Most Popular Events etc. Our aim with these widgets is to propel EventPrime to become the best event list plugin for WordPress.
  • Save Events – Event attendees find it easier when they are able to save preferred events to their user accounts for future reference. The EventPrime event list plugin will soon give this power to such event attendees.

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