This message is intended for groups still using the Events Calendar plugin. Please check the usage list to find out if your site is impacted by this change. This is a reminder that Events Calendar …
If you’ve got questions about the Events Calendar migration, we’ve got answers! Here’s a list of some of our most frequently asked questions and our advice for how to move forward.
The WiscWeb team has been busy working on a couple of new features for our users, including new UW Events features and an improved option for preventing pages from being crawled by Google.
We’re excited to report that we’re already at 55% completion rate for the Events Calendar migration. Not using the plugin? Let us deactivate today! Need help with the transition? We can help.
If you are currently using the Events Calendar plugin and need to migrate your content over to the new UW Events plugin, these simple steps may help you with getting started.
We’re excited to report that we’re already at 33% completion rate for the Events Calendar migration. Not using the plugin? Let us deactivate today! Need help with the transition? We can help.
As a reminder, the WiscWeb service will be transitioning off of Events Calendar due to unforeseen issues with the latest versions of the plugin. The required migration deadline is October 31, 2023.
We would like to make all users aware of the latest information related to the Events Calendar plugin. This includes the addition of a new WiscWeb plugin built as an alternative to Events Calendar called “UW Events” (available in May 2023).
Gravity Forms 2.7.0 introduces the ability to use templates, which provides an easier path to creating new forms. However, we’ve chosen to hide most of these options as the advertised features and form fields aren’t allowed in WiscWeb.
The WiscWeb team wants to make all users aware of an important update related to events management within the service, particularly in relation to the Events Calendar plugin.