Please watch the following animation for an essential step by step on adding events using the top selling WooCommerce plugin for event management, EventOn.

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This powerful plugin has many complex features and sub-addons.  We will break down the most essential features to add for a typical paid ticket event:

Event Title and Description

The first two boxes you see.  Keep this simple, as there will be chances to add pictures and calendars and many other things later.  Hopefully this is self explanatory.

Ticket SKU, Price, Quantity

Ticket SKU should be a UNIQUE ID for the event.  Let’s say Event A happens 4 times a year, then you might want Ticket SKU to look like “0234-Sept”.  Just a idea of how and why Ticket’s need a sku. This is a required field and needs a rational strategy to come up with an easy to understand SKU.  For yearly events, we recommend just making the SKU same as the EVENT Subtitle!

Ticket Price is the base price.  There are also options to set sale prices.

Ticket Quantity = # of seats your classroom or venue can hold

Event Subtitle

The event Subtitle appears UNDER the main event title.  It’s a great place to put something like the “course sub-category” or even the course ID.  For example, Intro to Economics is a title.  Then “Econ 101” is the subtitle/course ID.  There is no need to make it overly complicated and separate the two terms.

Event Time

Many options here.  You can set courses for 1 time a year, repeat weekly, repeat yearly, etc.

Event Location & How to Setup A New Location

Important: PICK FROM A DROP DOWN MENU of pre-approved locations.   This can have a physical address or even a VIRTUAL location for online class rooms. This will ensure your system is clean and easy to organize.

To set your pre-approved locations, see this animation:

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Event Category

The prime category for your course.  Make sure to set this or your course might not show up.

Event Level

The sub category for your course.  This is something we built in as a custom attribute, so that users can filter it up.  Think of it as “Econ 101” vs “Econ 102”.  Users can take a course difficult to suit their needs.

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