It's an events manager. Not a calendar. Don't name a plugin "calendar" unless it displays events on the frontend in calendar format.
Edit: Other than that, the plugin did display the events on the frontend very cleanly, and the backend was easy to use. The dashboard for adding events could flow a bit better, but then again it's insanely lightweight and straightforward.
Does what it says on the tin, simple to use and implement.
I was searching for a simple management of events and this plugin is exactly what I want. I've modificated it heavily and used this for a radio station scheduler. The code is written in a very clear and clean way. Very nice job.
Simple and easy to use - just what my client needs.
The only thing I would add is an option not to have an end date/ time. This would be useful as most of my events are gigs that just last one evening and don't have a definite end time.
Great plugin with the correct name: No training needed, my clients just get it. I do always give my clients a print out of all the shortcodes so if I could make one tiny little suggestion: could you add this list to the plugin so they can quickly check the options without leaving their dashboard?
Allows me to quickly add any workshops I'm giving. Used to do this by hand but when you forget to take it offline it just looks sloppy. This plugin solves that issue as the events disappear when they're in the past. Love it! 5 stars!
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