Duplicate or Copy an Event

The powerful Duplicate event feature helps you to save a lot of time when creating new events. You can create a new event by copying or duplicating an existing event with all the same information as the original event.

Once you duplicate your event, you can simply update review and update the newly created event with new dates and information as necessary. All that takes just a moment to create the new event.

When duplicating an event, the following fields are copied from the existing event to a new event:

  • Event Name/Title
  • Permalink/url
  • Description
  • Datetime(s)
  • Ticket(s)
  • Venue Selection
  • Excerpt
  • Discussion Settings
  • Message Notification Settings
  • Event Registration Option/Settings
  • Registration Form Questions
  • Featured Image
  • Tags
  • Categories
  • Featured Image
  • Page Template Selection
  • WP User Integration add-on Settings

Create new events in moments by using the Duplicate event feature today.

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Accept bank transfers for event payments

Event organizers like you prefer Event Espresso for planning seminars, conferences, nonprofit events, workshops, and more! Make an event registration system with Event Espresso and use the Check payment method to let your attendees know how they can pay offline for their event registrations by transferring funds to your bank account.

 

Why the Bank Transfer Payment Method?

 

Your attendees can start their event registrations on your WordPress website using an event registration form through Event Espresso and you can use the Bank Transfer payment method to provide information on how an attendee can transfers funds to your bank account.

 

Event organizers choose Event Espresso so they can get started with their event registrations without needing to be experts with technology.

 

Online payments are recommended for your events

Are you thinking about using the Bank Transfer payment method for your events? We recommend collecting online payments instead so you can:

– Receive your funds as your attendees register without any delay
– Know who is attending your event so you can plan ahead
– Avoid the hassle of handling offline payments and needing to follow up with attendees who registered but haven’t paid

Check out what an event organizer shared about online payments:

Online payments for event registrations

Our member favorites for accepting online payments are PayPal or Stripe. If you would like to accept checks online and you are located in the United States, then consider Authorize.net eCheck. If you are hosting events in Europe, then go with Mollie where you can accept bank transfers.

 

How do I get started with the Bank Transfer payment method for my event registrations?

 

Are you currently using Event Espresso for your event registrations on your WordPress website? The Bank Transfer payment method is included with Event Espresso! You can find the Bank Transfer payment method in your WordPress dashboard (WP-admin)Event EspressoPayment MethodsBank.

Need a support license for Event Espresso?

Here are the steps to get started with Event Espresso and the Bank Transfer payment method right now.

1) Join other event organizers who prefer Event Espresso for their event registrations and purchase a support license for Event Espresso today

2) Afterward, you’ll be logged into your new account on EventEspresso.com and, a welcome email will be sent to your email address

3) Follow the quick start guide for Event Espresso to get up and running quickly with your events through Event Espresso and the Bank Transfer payment method

Remember that the Bank Transfer payment method does not transfer or move any funds. After an attendee starts a registration from your website, they’ll see instructions on how they can transfer funds from their bank account to your bank account.

 

Frequently asked questions about the Bank Transfer payment method

 

Is a WordPress website required?
Event Espresso includes the Bank Transfer payment method and its a plugin for WordPress so you’ll need a website running WordPress to use them. If you don’t currently have a website, then check out Event Smart where you can create an event registration website and use it with the Bank Transfer payment method so you can receive registrations for your events.

How can I set up a recurring payment, payment plan, or a subscription through the Bank Transfer payment method?
Recurring payments, payment plans, or subscriptions are not currently supported in Event Espresso.

When I refund a payment, does it also refund through the Bank Transfer payment method?
Refunds in Event Espresso 4 are currently a two-step process. First, apply the refund through the transaction details screen of Event Espresso in your WP-admin (WP dashboard). Then return the funds to the attendee.

 

You are covered by our 30-day money back guarantee!

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Get offline payments for events with a pay by check option

Event organizers like you prefer Event Espresso for planning seminars, conferences, nonprofit events, workshops, and more! Make an event registration system with Event Espresso and use the Check payment method to let your attendees know how they can pay offline for their event registrations by giving you a check.

 

Why the Check Payment Method?

 

Your attendees can start their event registrations on your WordPress website using an event registration form through Event Espresso and you can use the Check payment method to provide information on how to they can pay offline by writing a check.

 

Event organizers choose Event Espresso so they can get started with their event registrations without needing to be an expert with computers.

Online payments are recommended for your events

Are you thinking about using the Check payment method for your events? We recommend receiving online payments instead so you can:

– Receive your funds as your attendees register without any delay
– Know who is attending your event so you can plan ahead
– Avoid the hassle of handling offline payments and needing to follow up with attendees who registered but haven’t paid

Check out what an event organizer shared about online payments:

Online payments for event registrations

PayPal or Stripe are popular choices for online payments with our members. If you would like to accept checks online and you are located in the United States, then consider Authorize.net eCheck. If you are hosting events in Europe, then go with Mollie where you can accept bank transfers.

 

How do I get started with the Check payment method for my event registrations?

 

Are you currently using Event Espresso for your event registrations on your WordPress website? The Check payment method is included with Event Espresso! You can find the Check payment method in your WordPress dashboard (WP-admin)Event EspressoPayment MethodsCheck.

Need a support license for Event Espresso?

Here are the steps to get started with Event Espresso and the Check payment method right now.

1) Join other event organizers who prefer Event Espresso for their event registrations and purchase a support license for Event Espresso today

2) Afterward, you’ll be logged into your new account on EventEspresso.com and, a welcome email will be sent to your email address

3) Follow the quick start guide for Event Espresso to get up and running quickly with your events through Event Espresso and the Check payment method

As a reminder, the Check payment method does not transfer or move any funds. After an attendee starts a registration from your website, they’ll see information on where to send a check (e.g. mail a check to an address, pay in person with a check).

 

Frequently asked questions about the Check payment method

 

Is a WordPress website required?
Event Espresso includes the Check payment method and its a plugin for WordPress so you’ll need a website running WordPress to use them. If you don’t currently have a website, then check out Event Smart where you can receive online event registrations and use the Check payment method to get checks from your attendees for your events.

How can I set up a recurring payment, payment plan, or a subscription through the Check payment method?
Recurring payments, payment plans, or subscriptions are not currently supported in Event Espresso.

When I refund a payment, does it also refund through the Check payment method?
Refunds in Event Espresso 4 are currently a two-step process. First, apply the refund through the transaction details screen of Event Espresso in your WP-admin (WP dashboard). Then return the funds to the attendee.

 

You are covered by our 30-day money back guarantee!

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Email attendees invoices for events to receive payments offline

Event organizers like you prefer Event Espresso for planning courses, conferences, nonprofit events, workshops, and more! Use an event registration plugin for WordPress like Event Espresso along with the Invoice payment method to let your attendees know how they can pay for their event registrations offline.

 

Why the Invoice Payment Method?

 

Your attendees can begin their event registrations on your WordPress website using an event registration form through Event Espresso and you can use the Invoice Payment Method to provide information on how to they can pay offline.

 

Event organizers choose Event Espresso so they can get started with their event registrations without needing to be a computer expert.

Online payments are recommended for your events

 

Are you thinking about using the Invoice payment method for your events? We recommend taking online payments instead so you can:

– Receive your funds as your attendees register without any delay
– Know who is attending your event so you can plan ahead
– Avoid the hassle of handling offline payments and needing to follow up with attendees who registered but haven’t paid

Check out what an event organizer shared about online payments:

Online payments for event registrations

PayPal or Stripe are popular choices for online payments with our members. We also support additional payment services so you can receive online payments for your event registrations.

 

How do I get started with the Invoice payment method for my event registrations?

 

Are you currently using Event Espresso for your event registrations on your WordPress website? The Invoice payment method is included with Event Espresso! You can find the Invoice payment method in your WordPress dashboard (WP-admin)Event EspressoPayment MethodsInvoice.

Need a support license for Event Espresso?

Here are the steps to get started with Event Espresso and the Invoice payment method right now.

1) Join other event organizers who prefer Event Espresso for their event registrations and purchase a support license for Event Espresso today

2) Afterward, you’ll be logged into your new account on EventEspresso.com and, a welcome email will be sent to your email address

3) Follow the quick start guide for Event Espresso to get up and running quickly with your events through Event Espresso and the Invoice payment method

As a reminder, the Invoice payment method does not transfer or move any funds. It creates an invoice after an attendee starts a registration online and on the invoice, you can include information on how they can pay (e.g. mail a check, pay in person).

 

Frequently asked questions about the Invoice payment method

 

Is a WordPress website required?
Event Espresso includes the Invoice payment method and its a plugin for WordPress so you’ll need a website running WordPress to use them. If you don’t currently have a website, then check out Event Smart where you can use event registration software with the Invoice payment method to receive registrations for your events from your attendees.

How can I set up a recurring payment, payment plan, or a subscription through the Invoice payment method?
Recurring payments, payment plans, or subscriptions are not currently supported in Event Espresso.

When I refund a payment, does it also refund through the Invoice payment method?
Refunds in Event Espresso 4 are currently a two-step process. First, apply the refund through the transaction details screen of Event Espresso in your WP-admin (WP dashboard). Then return the funds to the attendee.

 

You are covered by our 30-day money back guarantee!

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Integrate with PayPal Payments Pro for your events

Event organizers like you trust Event Espresso for planning art classes, conferences, nonprofit events, workshops, and more! Combine PayPal Website Payments Pro with an event registration form through Event Espresso so you can receive debit card and credit card payments from your attendees for their event registrations.

 

Why PayPal Website Payments Pro?

PayPal Website Payments Pro is available to event organizers in Canada, United States, and United Kingdom. With Event Espresso’s event registration plugin, you can create an event registration form with PayPal Website Payments Pro and Event Espresso and you’ll receive your payments up front as attendees register and pay online for their event registrations through PayPal Website Payments Pro.

 

Our members in the United Kingdom, United States, and Canada choose PayPal Website Payments Pro so they can accept payments for their event registrations through major credit cards like Mastercard, Discover, American Express, and VISA.

With a merchant account from PayPal, you can start accepting online payments securely for your event registrations using PayPal Website Payments Pro. Sign up for a new merchant account on PayPal.com. You can also call PayPal to get a new account here: 1-855-456-1338.

 

How do I get started with PayPal Website Payments Pro for my event registrations?

 

Are you currently using Event Espresso for your event registrations on your WordPress website? PayPal Website Payments Pro is included with Event Espresso! You can find PayPal Pro in your WordPress dashboard (WP-admin)Event EspressoPayment MethodsPayPal Pro.

PayPal Website Payments Pro is a premium service with PayPal and it has a monthly fee. If you are not paying a monthly fee to PayPal, then you may be looking for PayPal Express Checkout which is also included with Event Espresso.

Need a support license for Event Espresso?

Here are the steps to get started with Event Espresso and PayPal Website Payments Pro right now.

1) Join other event organizers who trust Event Espresso for their event registrations and purchase a support license for Event Espresso today

2) Afterward, you’ll be logged into your new account on EventEspresso.com and, a welcome email will be sent to your email address

3) Follow the quick start guide for Event Espresso to get up and running quickly with your events through Event Espresso and PayPal Website Payments Pro

If you need a merchant account with PayPal, then you can sign up for one right now on PayPal.com. You can also reach PayPal here for a new account: 1-855-456-1338.

 

Frequently asked questions about the PayPal Website Payments Pro payment gateway

 

Is a WordPress website required?
Event Espresso which includes PayPal Website Payments Pro is a plugin for WordPress so you’ll need a website running WordPress to use Event Espresso. If you don’t currently have a website, then check out Event Smart where you can get an event registration website with PayPal Website Payments Pro.

How can I set up a recurring payment, payment plan, or a subscription through PayPal Website Payments Pro?
Recurring payments, payment plans, or subscriptions are not currently supported in the PayPal Website Payments Pro payment gateway. When an attendee pays for their event registrations with PayPal Website Payments Pro, they pay up front so, you receive your funds right away.

When I refund a payment, does it also refund through PayPal Website Payments Pro?
Refunds in Event Espresso 4 are currently a two-step process. First, apply the refund through the transaction details screen of Event Espresso in your WP-admin (WP dashboard). Then log in to your PayPal merchant account and process the refund.

Is an SSL certificate needed for PayPal Website Payments Pro?
A dedicated SSL certificate is recommended if you are accepting payments on your website.

Do I need to be PCI compliant?
Compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) is required if you are processing, storing, or transmitting credit card data. Event Espresso recommends using a dedicated SSL certificate on your website.

View more information on PCI compliance from PayPal.

 

You are covered by our 30-day money back guarantee!

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Integrate with Authorize.net for credit card payments for your events

Event organizers like you trust Event Espresso for planning art classes, conferences, nonprofit events, workshops, and more! Create an event registration form through Event Espresso’s event registration plugin so you can receive event registrations and payments through Authorize.net.

 

Why Authorize.net?

Event registration plugin and Authorize.net
Authorize.net is available to event organizers in the United States, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Use Event Espresso’s event registration system with Authorize.net and you’ll receive your payments up front as attendees register and pay online for their event registrations through Authorize.net.

 

Our event organizers choose Authorize.net so they can securely accept major credit cards like VISA, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express for their event registrations.

With a merchant account from Authorize.net, you can start accepting online payments securely for your event registrations using Authorize.net. Sign up for a new merchant account on Authorize.net.

 

How do I get started with Authorize.net for my event registrations?

 

Are you currently using Event Espresso for your event registrations on your WordPress website? Authorize.net AIM is included with Event Espresso! You can find Authorize.net in your WordPress dashboard (WP-admin)Event EspressoPayment MethodsAuthorize.net AIM.

Need a support license for Event Espresso?

Here are the steps to get started with Event Espresso and Authorize.net AIM right now.

1) Join other event organizers who trust Event Espresso for their event registrations and purchase a support license for Event Espresso today

2) Afterward, you’ll be logged into your new account on EventEspresso.com and, a welcome email will be sent to your email address

3) Follow the quick start guide for Event Espresso to get up and running quickly with your events through Event Espresso and Authorize.net

If you need a merchant account with Authorize.net, then you can sign up for one right now on Authorize.net.

 

Frequently asked questions about the Authorize.net payment gateway

 

Is a WordPress website required?
Event Espresso which includes Authorize.net AIM is a plugin for WordPress so you’ll need a website running WordPress to use Event Espresso. If you don’t currently have a website, then check out Event Smart where you can create an event registration website with Authorize.net to receive event registrations from your attendees.

How can I set up a recurring payment, payment plan, or a subscription through Authorize.net?
Recurring payments, payment plans, or subscriptions are not currently supported in the Authorize.net payment gateway. When an attendee pays for their event registrations with Authorize.net, they pay up front so, you receive your funds right away.

When I refund a payment, does it also refund through Authorize.net?
Refunds in Event Espresso 4 are currently a two-step process. First, apply the refund through the transaction details screen of Event Espresso in your WP-admin (WP dashboard). Then log in to your Authorize.net merchant account and process the refund.

Is an SSL certificate needed for Authorize.net?
A dedicated SSL certificate is recommended if you are accepting payments on your website.

Do I need to be PCI compliant?
Compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) is required if you are processing, storing, or transmitting credit card data. Event Espresso recommends using a dedicated SSL certificate on your website.

View more information on PCI compliance from Authorize.net.

 

You are covered by our 30-day money back guarantee!

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Integrate with PayPal for credit card payments for your events

Event organizers like you trust Event Espresso for planning art classes, conferences, nonprofit events, workshops, and more! Use PayPal with Event Espresso’s event registration plugin so you can receive payments from your attendees for their event registrations.

 

Why PayPal?

Event registration form with PayPal
PayPal is available to event organizers in many countries. Create an event registration system with PayPal and Event Espresso and you’ll receive your payments up front as attendees register and pay online for their event registrations through PayPal.

 

Our event organizers like PayPal for its flexibility to receive credit cards, debit cards, and PayPal funds for their event registrations.

With a merchant account from PayPal, you can start accepting online payments securely for your event registrations using PayPal. Sign up for a new merchant account on PayPal.com and choose the business account. You can also call PayPal to get a new account here: 1-855-456-1338.

 

How do I get started with PayPal for my event registrations?

 

Are you currently using Event Espresso for your event registrations on your WordPress website? PayPal Express Checkout is included with Event Espresso! You can find PayPal Express in your WordPress dashboard (WP-admin)Event EspressoPayment MethodsPayPal Express.

Need a support license for Event Espresso?

Here are the steps to get started with Event Espresso and PayPal Express Checkout right now.

1) Join other event organizers who trust Event Espresso for their event registrations and purchase a support license for Event Espresso today

2) Afterward, you’ll be logged into your new account on EventEspresso.com and, a welcome email will be sent to your email address

3) Follow the quick start guide for Event Espresso to get up and running quickly with your events through Event Espresso and PayPal

If you need a merchant account with PayPal, then you can sign up for one right now on PayPal. Choose the business account. You can reach PayPal here for a new account: 1-855-456-1338.

 

Frequently asked questions about the PayPal Express Checkout payment gateway

 

Is a WordPress website required?
Event Espresso which includes PayPal Express Checkout is a plugin for WordPress so you’ll need a website running WordPress to use Event Espresso. If you don’t currently have a website, then then check out Event Smart where you can use event registration software with PayPal to get event registrations from your attendees.

How can I set up a recurring payment, payment plan, or a subscription through PayPal?
Recurring payments, payment plans, or subscriptions are not currently supported in the PayPal Express Checkout payment gateway. When an attendee pays for their event registrations with PayPal, they pay up front so, you receive your funds right away.

When I refund a payment, does it also refund through PayPal?
Refunds in Event Espresso 4 are currently a two-step process. First, apply the refund through the transaction details screen of Event Espresso in your WP-admin (WP dashboard). Then log in to your PayPal merchant account and process the refund.

Is an SSL certificate needed for PayPal?
A dedicated SSL certificate is recommended if you are accepting payments on your website.

Do I need to be PCI compliant?
Compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) is required if you are processing, storing, or transmitting credit card data. Event Espresso recommends using a dedicated SSL certificate on your website.

View more information on PCI compliance from PayPal.

 

You are covered by our 30-day money back guarantee!

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Event Posts

We let you take advantage of all the WordPress custom post type features such as custom fields, post meta data, taxonomies, etc. You can even customize the templates to display them in your own special way.

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Define Extra Meta Information

WordPress custom fields allow the post author to assign custom fields to a post (or in this case an event).

Meta-data is handled with key/value pairs. The key is the name of the meta-data element. The value is the information that will appear in the meta-data list on each individual post associated with the information.

There are advanced methods for referencing, displaying and using post meta-data functions.

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Download event attendee reports for your events

The Event Espresso Check-in feature allows event managers to:

  • Generate an Attendance List and export the list to a report in .CSV format
  • Check-in Attendees for Record Keeping

Attendance List

The Check-in list of attendees are of two registration status types: Approved or Pending Payment.

  • Approved – are registrations where a payment has been made (or is not required), or it has been manually approved by the admin.
  • Pending Payment – registrations that are still awaiting payment.

These are the logical list of attendees. We include registrations that are still pending payment in the case that you allow registrants to pay at the door.

Check-in List

The check-in feature can be accessed online to record attendance. There are three statuses per registration: checked-in, checked-out, or no check-in record available.

At-the-door Check-in Options
Looking for a faster check-in experience? Use our Mobile Event Apps OR Ticket Scanning add-on and a computer for at the door check-ins.

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