A calendar system with many views, upcoming events widget, color-coded categories, recurrence, and import/export of facebook events and .ics feeds.
So far I have had very little issues with this plugin. My staging websites allow me to test if the plugin will have any issues and like any plugin there are times that bugs needs to be tested and fixed :). So far I have liked the Time.ly plugin the best for NWTA's events calendar.
I have been using this plugin for a while and think that it has good functionality and a great looking interface. It offers a large number of options, the developers are constantly evolving it, and it is versatile. I would recommend this as a professional events system which is worth sticking with. Good as a system which you can get numerous users inputing into and robust.
after the update I had abnormal cache growht with 200 MB/day apparantly the caching interval which is standard set to 3h did not work or something after saving it in the advanced settings again the problem was resolved...
Thank goodness for this calendar. After Ajax became incompatible, I didn't know what to do and was very unsure about starting a new plug-in. This is easy to use as it is very similar to the posts process. The end result is very concise after I upgraded to standard (after encountering a 505 bad gateway error-probably all the people needing to download crashed the server!). The only thing I notice as odd is that when you are choosing the date and time, it asks if you want to leave the page, when you aren't even attempting to leave the page. Hopefully, that can be resolved in a future update. Thanks...I like this much better than the Ajax calendar.
Definitely the best looking calendar plugin I've found. All the others look like rip-offs of Google calendars, but this one has some real style. The only problem I have with it is that every event has to be entered as a custom post. That would be great if we wanted posts to feed into a calendar, but what if we just want a simple, pretty calendar? In the poster view, images can be added, but not easily -- I would expect the featured image would do it, but no, it has to be entered in the post itself (not the event part), and they have to be specifically sized to show up correctly -- though there are no easy guidelines on that part.
amazing :) but add to Google calender not work !
This is the best and easiest calendar plugin I have found! I really like the widget.. most look plain and cheesy.. this one looks professional!
I like how it links to Facebook.. great add in!
This is a great plugin for organizations!
It's all OK for me, no problem.
The display is really good !
In October 2012 event times messed up by one hour, a problem with adjustment for DST. Jan, 2013 issued an update to fixed the DST problem, but times were offset by double our GMT correction (GMT-8 now displays as GMT-16).
Time-ly finally got it straightened out and the plug-in is working well, which is good since the various display types, esp. posterboard, are very good. Now trying to see if it can work globally in MultiSite.
I am hoping there will be an update or resolution to the issues this plugin has. I will even buy the plugin if it worked properly... it is a great concept it just has some serious bugs. have donr the update, now i am wondering how come all my events don't show up in the sidebar widget on the lower right? http://www.austincityliving.com/2012/12/austin-city-livings-lone-star-paralysis-foundation-benefithalloween-party-a-huge-success/
You must log in to submit a review. You can also log in or register using the form near the top of this page.