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  • David,

    Have you found a solution for this? I in fact deleted the plugin but I still face this redirect loop, which is very weird.


    Thanks BladimirJavier. Both GV and WooCommerce have to shake hand to make this possible. It is open-source after all.

    For whatever reason, this did not work 🙁

    Thanks Hellonico,

    Appreciate your prompt response. I will give it a try and see.

    Thanks again,

    Thanks Roblagatta for your feedback.

    For WooCommerce integration, I have communicated the issue I have with the support and they gave me their response, and eventually added the feature to UserVoice community. I guess it is ranked 2nd now in that list.

    Basically, the standard use case for any ticketing system is that you add a product/ticket once, and you sell it many times; the only difference is the time/venue of the event. In our case, we sell training courses, hence, price/product is always the same. We shall be able to retrieve a ticket price every time we add a course, and link that course to that product/price. In the current integration, every time we add a new course schedule (time/venue), we add a new product. This will eventually make our products list unmanageable.

    On the price point, I agree with your point yet not completely. Before moving to Modern Tribe Events Calendar, we have used The Events Manager Pro (for $75) which is a complete, end-to-end, stable plugin. Their free version is almost hitting a million.

    In terms of features, we liked that plugin, and we used it for couple of years. Their support was great as well. The only reason we switched is we decided to use WooCommerce as the only payment processing cart. After talking to Marcus (plugin author), he indicated that WooCommerce integration is not in their horizon at all.

    I still see Events Calendar a great and nice product, and the support is awesome, but as a strategist for software companies in Canada myself, I think the price vs. features element is something you might wish to reconsider, if you plan to dominate this vertical market.

    Thanks again,

    Thanks indeed Michael.

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