WPMU DEV BuddyPress Group Calendar
enhances the functionality of event calendars for BuddyPress Groups. It enables the management and updating of upcoming group events through a user-friendly calendar interface.
Easily manage and update upcoming group events using the intuitive calendar feature. With BuddyPress Group Calendar, you can effectively plan and maintain your team’s activities.
Empower team members and moderators to create and oversee group calendars. Showcase events on group-specific calendars or display them globally throughout the website. Whether you’re running a BuddyPress site with vibrant communities or facilitating virtual meetups and sharing event dates, this plugin transforms your website into a successful hub with integrated group calendar capabilities.
Efficiently organize team activities and events with the BuddyPress Group Calendar plugin. Its versatility suits various purposes such as practices, festivals, performances, promotions, networking, educational programs, markets, and corporate gatherings. Users can easily schedule upcoming events for specific groups, whether it’s a month or a year in advance. Additionally, past events can be retained or removed from the calendar to prevent scheduling conflicts.
Extend event promotion across the network by utilizing the Single Group widget. This feature not only offers a calendar but also extends event planning services. Non-group members can view scheduled events and express interest in becoming part of the promoted event.
Administrators have control over who can create and modify events within the group. These permissions can be adjusted using the Group Calendar Settings within the Group Settings admin page.
Stay informed with email notifications. Group administrators can enable or disable email notifications for new events through the Group Calendar Settings.
Simplified event creation process:
- Navigate to the desired Group for event creation.
- Access the Calendar tab.
- Fill in event details within the Create Event form.
- Click “Create Event” to finalize the event creation process.