Adding multiple dates to an entry is a great way to save time when setting up your schedule if you have a recurring schedule, an entry that runs across different dates/times, or you offer courses.
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You can create a recurring schedule by selecting the Dates & Times tab from within your entry, then start to tailor the date/time/duration. If your entry has multiple dates that occur at the same time, you have the option to set up a Repeating event.
Once selected, you can tailor how often that particular time repeats:
How often does it repeat?
Use this drop-down menu to select if the event repeats in minutes, hours, daily, weekly, monthly or yearly.
Every x minutes/hours/days/weeks/months/years
Use the text box to input how often it repeats (depending on the selection made under How often does it repeat?).
Repeat on days of week
This option only appears if you select Repeat weekly from the How often does it repeat? drop-down. Select the days which this time repeats.
Use this option to set an end date for your recurring time. You can choose between Forever (no end date), Until a set date (and select the specific date) or For a number of events (and enter many repeats)
Once completed, remember select Save to save your changes.
💡 To note: If your duration is less than 1 hour, please add a '0' in the Hour box.
Schedule with varying dates/times
You can add varying dates and times to the same entry by selecting Add another date/time in the top right-hand corner of the Dates & Times setup:
You can tailor each new time/date you add, whether it's a single date/time or another repeating event. This is particularly useful if you have an event that, for example, runs on a Monday and Tuesday at the same time or you would like to offer a one-off date.
💡 To note: Any dates you add sit under the same entry information. If you'd like to set up a special, one-off event (with different information/pricing), you'll need to set up a new entry. Alternatively, you can duplicate your entry and edit the new, duplicated entry separately from the original. You can read more about duplicating here.
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