Posted: May 21, 2018 at 7:22 am
The EE3 events plugin is a completely different platform and I’m afraid EE3 is not compatible with Event Espresso 4. While it’s possible to remove EE4 from your site and use EE3 instead, EE4 may be a better fit for your Yoga studio.
For example you can use the Multiple datetime feature to set up weekly recurring events and use the multiple ticketing feature to sell access for specific dates. Here’s a link to an example event from the demo site that shows one way to set up a recurring event:
Ok…a few more questions.
Also in the example you sent, https://demoee.org/barnwoodworkshop/events/monday-evening-workshops/ ,
That class would be a ‘datetime’ within the event so you set the limit (in this case 8) on the datetime and then the ticket sales for any tickets assigned to that datetime can only total that amount, regardless of the combination of tickets used.
So lets say you use 1 event to host 4 ‘Monday’ classes.
Each class can hold 8 people and you want the option to purchase a ticket for each day or use a pass each day?
For that you would have 4 datetimes, each with a limit set of 8.
Then you would need 2 tickets assigned to each of those datetimes, one being the paid ticket, the other being the ‘pass’ ticket.
So far you’ll have something like this – http://take.ms/I8Ysf
Each of those tickets can be set to a specific datetime within the event, so if you click the cog icon on the June 4th pass, we can set sales for that ticket to only apply to June 4th – http://take.ms/FxqeR
(The same applies to each ticket, I’ve selected the correct datetime for each ticket it thats tickets settings)
So now you have a ticket selector that lets up to 8 people per datetime.
Now if you want an ‘All class’ ticket, you add another ticket and set it to apply to all datetimes – http://take.ms/4W3Ww
If a user purchases that ticket a ‘sold’ value is added to EACH datetime that is assigned to that ticket, so if 8 people by only that ticket, all of your dates are sold out, if 6 people by that ticket, theres 2 spaces remaining for which ever of the 2 tickets other users want to use on that specific datetime.
Make sense? So then:
If using the above setup then yes.
I’m assuming that’s a typo? As it sounds like you DO want the system to take a space if the user purchases an ‘all classes’ pass.
If all 4 of your classes have 8 spaces, and someone purchases a ticket assigned to all 4 of those, you do want the number of remaining tickets to then be 7 on each of those dates, correct?
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