We are thrilled to announce the launch of our brand-new Affiliate Program here at AddEvent!
How does it work? It's simple:
Who can join?
Whether you are a tech blogger, event organizer, influencer, or simply a passionate advocate for innovative solutions, our Affiliate Program is open to anyone in the United States with a strong desire to help others streamline their event management processes!
Join our affiliate community today and embark on a rewarding journey with AddEvent!
Don't miss this opportunity to earn while spreading the word about our powerful event management tools. Together, we can make events unforgettable!
Visit the affiliate section of our website to learn more, and sign up now. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions. We can't wait to welcome you aboard
Over the years, we have transformed AddEvent from an add to calendar button to your one-stop shop for events and calendars, adding more value to empower our customers.
A lot has changed in AddEvent—and the world—since we launched. Since our last price increase in 2017, we’ve expanded our offerings, including flexible tools to increase your event attendance and ongoing subscriber base, built out an easier-to-use infrastructure, and added Zapier and Mailchimp integrations, customizable templates, RSVPs, reminder and follow-up emails, and so much more. What may have once been "just an add to calendar button" is now the indispensable calendar and event center for hundreds of thousands of users, connecting people through events worldwide.
To reflect the value we've added and ensure we can keep investing in innovation and providing the best-in-class support you've come to expect, we are announcing our first price increase to Small Business plans since 2017. These changes will come into effect on May 22, 2023, for all new users, and on June 21, 2023, for all existing users.
If you would like to read more about this change, you can continue reading here.
The AddEvent Team
Microsoft broke the direct method that we were using to add events to users calendars for Office 365. This is not the first time that this has happened, but we have a workaround for your users! We’ve updated the event-add process for Office 365 to use the API method instead of the direct method. Unfortunately, the API method requires that users give AddEvent permission to “Have full access to your calendars”, but there's nothing that we can do about that as long as the direct method is broken. You can find some help articles related to this issue here:
We fixed a couple of bugs with our amazing new image manager that we recently launched. You can find more information about that in a previous update note, or in this help doc.
We're excited to share lots of new features and functionality in this release that you have been asking for!
We've recently made a couple of updates to our system that may affect how you use your accounts on AddEvent and AppointmentThing. This update specifically impacts customers who use both services.
When the AddEvent team launched AppointmentThing over 2 years ago, we wanted it to be tightly integrated with our existing platform and so we made the decision that accounts would be "shared" across both services. What this essentially meant was that you could log into your AddEvent account with your AppointmentThing credentials and vice versa.
As both platforms have matured and evolved over the past couple of years, we think it no longer makes sense to do that and so we have made the decision to separate AddEvent accounts from AppointmentThing accounts.
On a day-to-day basis, this change should have little or no impact on how you use AddEvent or AppointmentThing. You'll still be able to log into each system with your existing credentials. However, you will notice the following changes:
There should be no further impact on your account on either service. We are still committed to building excellent products and providing brilliant customer support to our users.
Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or concerns!
It’s been a minute since we’ve shared an update with you, so, just like Rihanna at the Super Bowl Halftime Show, we are coming back with some mic-dropping news.
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IFstatement in custom landing page templates, you might have noticed a slight change. This shouldn’t impact any functionality, it simply works better than it did before now!
Believe it or not, when we fix things, sometimes unknown bugs will pop up as a result. So, here are some of the bug fixes that made it in this release:
%5cwas being added to the end of hyperlinks in event descriptions when events or calendars were duplicated.
Happy New Year to all of our AddEvent users both old and new!
You asked and we listened...we have updated our Hobby user limits for RSVP and Calendar Subscribers by 100%. Increasing this usage allows Hobby users up to 20 RSVPs per usage cycle and 20 ongoing Calendar Subscribers.
We hope this allows our Hobby users to host more types of RSVP events and grow their calendar subscribers as needed!
‘Tis the season for giving, and today we’re giving you: updates, bug fixes, and some legal stuff!
...unless you’re on the compliance team, then woo!
If you’re still reading this, then thanks for keeping up with the AddEventians, and we hope everyone has a happy holiday season and New Year!
AddEvent is pleased to announce our acquisition of Eventable, a leading provider of add-to-calendar services and online event solutions!
AddEvent has been involved in calendar and event management tools since our founding, and this acquisition will allow us to continue developing our tools and services while enabling us to reach a broader audience.
If you’d like to learn more about this acquisition, you can read our full article.
The AddEvent Team
November’s release updates are here and ready to be shared! This month we had a handful of bugs that needed some fixing before the holiday season fully takes off.
Take a peek at our bugfixes below: