Tag: API

Does FooEvents work with Mailchimp?

FooEvents integrates seamlessly with Mailchimp which makes it possible to automatically add attendees to a Mailchimp audience list when tickets are generated. You can also specify default tags or event-specific tags that can be used to segment your Mailchimp list. Please visit the Mailchimp integration section for more information

Mailchimp Integration

FooEvents includes the ability to automatically add attendees to a Mailchimp audience list when tickets are generated (Requires FooEvents for WooCommerce plugin version 1.14.35+). You can also specify default tags or event-specific tags that can be used to segment your Mailchimp list. Quick Links Before you start Connecting FooEvents to Mailchimp Setting the default Mailchimp …

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Zoom Meetings and Webinars

FooEvents allows you to sell tickets on your own WordPress website to physical and/or virtual events by securely connecting to your Zoom account via the Zoom API and automatically pre-registering attendees for once-off or recurring Zoom meetings and webinars once the order is completed. A webinar is a virtual, live streaming video event where a …

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Google Maps

If you are using FooEvents to display a Google Map on your product page, please follow these steps to configure Google Maps for your site: Make sure that you have saved a valid Google Maps API key in FooEvents > Settings > Integration > Google Maps If you don’t have a Google Maps API key, you can generate one by following the instructions on …

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Global settings

FooEvents provides various global settings that can effect the behavior of your events and tickets. You can also customize the appearance of the FooEvents Check-ins app in the plugin settings. Navigate to FooEvents > Settings in the left sidebar of your WordPress admin area Select the relevant tab and change the settings as required Save …

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Hooks

Unfortunately, FooEvents does not currently have an API or any hooks available for third-party developers. This is something that we would like to offer in the future. Visit the Code Snippets section for useful customizations of FooEvents functionality