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The entire Sugar Calendar team is thrilled to announce the immediate availability of Advanced Recurring, the most requested add-on since the very first version of Sugar Calendar was released in 2012.
Our customers love Sugar Calendar it for its simplicity and flexibility, and they often tell us it is the sole reason they enjoy using it more than all of the other WordPress event plugins out there.
Recurring events are the opposite of simple and flexible, and we knew from the start that it would take an immense amount of time and care to offer a solution that was as intuitive as it was powerful, and we’ve done it with Advanced Recurring.
By default, all versions of Sugar Calendar (other than Lite) come with “standard recurring” – the ability to create events that repeat every day, week, month, or year.
The Advanced Recurring Pro Add-on takes recurring events to the next level, allowing them to repeat in just about every custom combination imaginable. Some examples are:
- Every 4 days
- Every 2 years
- Every other Monday
- Every 3 weeks on Tuesday and Friday
- On the 5th and 25th of every month
- On the 2nd Monday of every other month
- On the 1st weekday, every 3 months
- On the last weekend day of each month
- On the 17th of June, July, and August
- Until a specific date
- Until the event has occurred a certain number of times
Here are a few glimpses at the new and beautifully designed interface for setting up recurring events:
The Advanced Recurring add-on is exactly what you need to create every kind of recurring event in WordPress, and it is available now for all of our Professional and higher license holders.
Download it from your account or purchase a license to get started right away!
For more details please visit our docs or contact us. We’re happy to answer any questions you might have.
Great news, but still not where it needs to be.
I see in the documents that Theme-side Event lists, widgets, shortcodes, Event archives and single Event pages are still in development.
I had hoped it would create individual instances of the recurring event, but hopefully once it’s fully developed that it will at least have dynamic data that updates accordingly with the actual event info such as the date.
I hear you.
I’ll be publishing a developer-focused post next that digs into all of these points.
We’ve laid the foundation to execute on all of the above. 👍