Support » Plugin: WP RSS Aggregator - Automatic and Powerful Content Aggregation and Curation » Future events are not = published date, help!

  • Resolved Luke Logan



    I am trying to retrieve a feed and it only shows events that will take place in the future. When importing the feed, those dates are being read as the “published” date, and therefore being pulled in with a status of “to be published”.

    There do not seem to be any ways to fix this in the settings.

    Help! A client is depending on it

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    Hi Renzms and Luke,

    I am having the same problem, and I am using the free WP RSS Aggregator core plugin.

    The instructions on this page are exactly what I need, but they are not working:

    When I use this :
    $args[‘post_status’] = array(‘future’, ‘publish’);

    I only see past events.

    But if i remove ‘publish’, like this:
    $args[‘post_status’] = array(‘future’);

    I only see the future “scheduled” events, which is great, because that is what my client is complaining is missing from the events page.

    Any idea of a tweak that would get both to show up as intended? Did you find a solution Luke?

    Thank you!

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