Support » Plugin: The Events Calendar » One calendar distributing to multiple sites

  • Resolved oklascott

    (@oklascott)


    I have events calendar running here:
    http://downtownokc.com/events/

    It’s the downtown site for Oklahoma City. Each district has it’s own site with events listed also. We’d like to enter all events on the downtown OKC site and specific categories distribute to the other site calendars.

    For example the category “bricktown” would load on the DOKC site but also on the Bricktown site on it’s calendar located here:
    http://welcometobricktown.com/events

    Is there any way to accomplish this?

    Thanks!

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  • Hey OKC neighbor! We’ve used a paid plugin called Event Aggregator to send events to multiple calendars. It is pretty straightforward to set up and was quick to integrate. Once it’s set up, it runs on a schedule so you don’t have to mess with it too much.

    On a recent project, we used it to pull events from sites into a single aggregator site. It doesn’t have push capability to go from the main to the other calendars, but you can also set it up on the receiving end and pull from the main site.

    Hope this helps get you going!

    https://theeventscalendar.com/product/event-aggregator/

    Hi Morgan!

    If I were to use this plugin what would the flow of entering events look like?

    THANK YOU

    Plugin Support Ed

    (@erishel)

    Hi @oklascott,

    Thanks for your interest in our products.

    Yes, Event Aggregator would be a perfect tool for the job. Each event is entered into your WordPress backend just like a normal WordPress post. Each other site that is licensed would automatically import the events.

    If you would like to know more, you are welcome to head over to our Help Desk!

    Take care,
    Ed 🙂

    oklascott

    (@oklascott)

    Perfect thanks!

    Plugin Support Ed

    (@erishel)

    Awesome!

    I’m going to go ahead and close out this thread — don’t hesitate to create a new one any time you need help!

    Take care,
    Ed 🙂

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