My Calendar is a powerful, flexible events calendar plug-in, used by over 30,000 websites. With the Pro add-on for My Calendar, you will increase the power of your calendar by creating opportunities for events submitted by your users, importing events from external calendars, or posting to your blog for every new event.
My Calendar puts a special emphasis on accessibility, and My Calendar Pro continues that effort, ensuring that all aspects added in My Calendar Pro are also accessible to everybody!
Buy a license for My Calendar Pro and expand your calendar’s capabilities!
Need some help with My Calendar, but not the additional functionality? Buy the User’s Guide.
What will My Calendar Pro do for you?
- Let your visitors submit events from the front-end. Access to the form can be open, restricted to logged-in users, or allowed only to some users.
- Sell access for visitors to publish events. Use your calendar as an event listing service – let visitors purchase access keys they’ll use to submit events.
- Prevent users from submitting events which conflict with existing events. Need to ensure that events don’t overlap? The public form can check for that. If you’re using multiple locations, it can ensure that only events in the same location are prevented.
- Allow logged-in users to edit their events on the front-end. Sometimes events change! Provide your users with front-end access to change their event details after they’re published.
- Create your event while writing a new post or page. Writing about an upcoming event? Add it to your calendar right from the post editor!
- Create blog posts automatically when publishing an event. Want to publish a blog post about your event? Post the event directly from the event editor.
- Import events from CSV or iCal sources, either via file upload or URL (Uniform Resource Locator). Managing events outside of My Calendar? Import them when you’re ready!
- Schedule imports of events on a schedule from any importable URL. Using an external calendar, such as Google Calendar to manage events? Subscribe to your calendar data for regular imports.
- Advanced search filtered by keyword, date range, category, location, or author. A better search makes it easier for visitors to find the type of event they’re looking for.
- Use the WordPress REST (Representational State Transfer) API (Application Programming Interface) to share events between sites. Managing sites where events are shared in complex ways? My Calendar can handle that! Turn on the REST API and you can configure multiple sites using My Calendar to share events between them.
Publicly Submitted Events
Want to give your visitors an easy way to submit events? While My Calendar provides a lot of tools for managing and displaying events, you’ll want to upgrade to My Calendar Pro to add support for user submission of events. This extension adds that option directly into My Calendar and many more great features!
Test the submissions form before you buy! This is a simple example of the submissions form, with most fields disabled; but it should give you some idea of what you can do.
After installing, you can create a My Calendar submissions form using the built-in Submissions widget or by using the submit events form shortcode – to make this as easy as possible for you, use the Submissions shortcode generator, found on the My Calendar Help screen. The shortcode generator makes building complex shortcodes easy and quick.
Create Events from Posts
Create a lot of blog posts that are associated with your events? Why not make this a bit more efficient? My Calendar Pro allows you to create new events when you post to your blog. It doesn’t have to be a blog post – you can set this up to be available from any type of page or post.
Create Posts from Events
If it makes more sense in your workflow to add blog posts when you publish a new event, that’s also an option! You can specify a variety of custom options and write custom content for the blog post when you create your event.
Advanced Event Search
Create a search form where you can search your events, narrowing the search by category, location, author, or between specific custom dates. The advanced event search can be used as a widget or as an independent page.
Tables aren’t natively responsive, so if you’re using My Calendar in it’s grid view, then that doesn’t translate very well to mobile. In My Calendar Pro, you can enable responsive mode and select from a new variety of custom stylesheets built for My Calendar or create your own!
Using My Calendar Pro, you can import events from iCal formatted files or by creating custom CSV files formatted specifically for My Calendar. You can also import events from remote sources just by providing the URL for the CSV or iCal data.
- An active installation of the latest version of My Calendar
- That’s it!
What you get with the Standard License
- A license entitling you to one year of updates and support for My Calendar Pro, applicable to any number of sites
- The 25-page User’s Guide to the My Calendar Pro add-on.
- Access to my private plug-in support forums
Support. I provide prompt, personal support. You should submit a support request through the form built-in to your My Calendar Help page, and I’ll respond as quickly as I can. I’m just one guy; so I can’t promise 24×7 immediate responses — but I can promise you that your support will come from the person who knows the plug-in better than anybody else!
With the Permanent License
All the above, but you’ll get updates and support for as long as My Calendar Pro exists.
All sales have a no-hassle, no-questions asked 30-day refund policy. Doesn’t do what you need? Hey, that’s fine. Need support? Drop me a line.