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URGENT: Build EE3 Feature into EE4

Posted: June 1, 2021 at 7:24 am


thinkbiglearnsmart

June 1, 2021 at 7:24 am

Good Morning,

We are trying to make a decision regarding using your tool moving forward.

You can reference my previous conversation to see the functionality we are requesting. Specifically “Would you be able to strip the code from EE3 that provides us with the recurring event functionality in the backend (see previous screenshot I sent https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mj-KU3x_TdlqAzZbz-kETIaGOfjuuNUV/view?usp=sharing), and plug it right into EE4?”
https://eventespresso.com/topic/event-espresso-4-recurring-events/

Can you please urgently let me know before 2:00PM EST Today either way yes or no, if your team is able to custom build this feature? If so, can you please provide us with a price quote?

Thank you!
Amanda


Tony

  • Support Staff

June 2, 2021 at 5:27 am

Hi Amanda,

Apologies for missing your previous thread.

We can’t build that into EE4 as it already has that functionality but implemented in a different way. If we could add something that looked similar to EE4 it would be the front end output which I suspect wouldn’t work for you as EE4 uses events with multiple datetimes rather than individual events.

You could build a custom template/shortcode which loops over datetimes rather than events in a table that would look a little more like what you requesting on the front end, however again each of those would link back to the same event within EE for the user to select their ticket. With some additional custom development, you could filter the ticket selector based on the DateTime selected on the first table using specific details in the links used on that table output above.

We currently don’t have the capacity to take on custom development projects like this, most of the changes I’m recommending would be front end work changing how the EE4 events are displayed rather than switching over to an EE3 like system within EE4. That means a front end developer that is familiar with how EE4 events work should be able to implement something like for you, we have some developers that a familiar with Event Espresso listed here:

https://eventespresso.com/developers/event-espresso-pros/


thinkbiglearnsmart

June 2, 2021 at 7:47 am

Thank you for your reply, Tony. We are disappointed that EE4 won’t be an option for us. We hope that this becomes available in the future but will have to now consider other options.

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