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    How my users can have right to add they event to calendar ?
    • Allow users to create new events in configurable 'calendars'. Custom permissions allow you greater control over who can see a event.
      • Calendars can be customised so different calendars can have different coloured events, for example.
      • Optional agenda-based layouts.
      • Style properties available to fine-tune Calendar appearance.
      • Support for featured events that display above the calendar.
    • Event creation that fully controlled by the permission system.
      • Support for all-day events and multiple day ones too.
      • Support for recurring events and a number of options to fine tune how often they recur.
      • Support for RSVP with limited and unlimited number of attendees.
        • Users are then able to view a guest list of who is attending, might be attending and not attending.
        • Users that RSVP or watch events will be notified when key event details change.
        • Attendees can be reminded when an event start date is approaching.
      • Ability to view a list of attendees and non-attendees.
      • Users are able to invite others to RSVP to events.
      • Users are able to add events to their own personal calendar apps via .ICS files.
      • Events can generate associated discussion threads on creation.
    • Locations can be attached to events, letting you pull in mapping information from Google's APIs.
      • If enabled, locations can be auto-completed using Google's Places API.
      • Events can be filtered based on location and how far away they are.
    • Custom fields are fully integrated within the add-on letting you capture custom data for different Calendars and display the data in a variety of locations.
    • Integration with XenForo core functionality.
      • End users receive alerts and emails when others RSVP to their events with appropriate opt-outs.
      • Support for content tagging.
      • Support for content watching.
      • Support for attachments.
      • Support for inline moderation.
      • Supprt for moderation queue and moderated events.
      • Ability to search for events based on criteria.
    like that:

    Last edited by NIKU-DR; Thu 9 Jul '20, 12:52am.

  • #2
    Thats why we have to left Vbulletin...


    • #3
      Sorry for the delay. This channel isn't monitored as much since it is for general feedback, not support.

      The calendar in vBulletin 5 is simply a search view. Users create Events in any channel (Forum, Blogs, Social Groups, and Articles) with the "Can Create Event" permission for their usergroup. This allows events to be indexed if the search engine can view them plus they are searchable within vBulletin. Any Event created will automatically appear on the single calendar page provided by the system. The events the user sees will be based on their specific permissions. The default Calendar page provides two views, a month view and a list view. In addition to this, you can place a Calendar module on any page and configure which events it will show.

      As the Administrator, you can create "Event Highlights" in the AdminCP to create different types of events and colorization on the Calendar.

      Events also support Google Maps as long as you have provided a proper API key under Settings -> Options -> Search Engine Tools.

      You can create events on this site in the "A Place to Test Things Out" channel.
      Translations provided by Google.

      Wayne Luke
      The Rabid Badger - a vBulletin Cloud demonstration site.
      vBulletin 5 API


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