While FooEvents works perfectly with the majority of third-party WordPress and WooCommerce plugins, there are certain plugins that we are aware of that unfortunately conflict with FooEvents or affect the proper running of your website.
If your site uses any of the plugins on this list, we recommend that you find an alternative solution if possible.
|Plugin Name||Version Tested||Date Last Tested||Symptoms/Issues|
|Checkout Manager for WooCommerce||5.3.5||12 March 2021||Causes unpredictable behavior in WooCommerce. Breaks drop-down functionality on the front-end (e.g. Bookings selection drop-downs).|
|Newsletter, SMTP, Email marketing and Subscribe forms by Sendinblue||3.1.6||19 March 2021||Causes FooEvents PDF tickets to not be sent and attached correctly to emails.|
|WooCommerce One Page Checkout||1.7.11||19 May 2021||Causes FooEvents custom attendee fields to not be captured or displayed correctly for “Variable Products”.|
|WooCommerce Blocks||5.5.0||12 July 2021||The attendee fields won’t show up if you replace the default WooCommerce checkout shortcode ([woocommerce_checkout]) with the WooCommerce Checkout Block provided by the plugin. Orders placed using the custom Checkout Block also won’t be able to generate FooEvents tickets.|
|Multiple Shipping Addresses for WooCommerce (Address Book) Pro||19 April 2022||The selected booking slot information is not displayed in the cart or carried over to the checkout page.|
|TranslatePress – Multilingual||2.3.7||2 September 2022||Causes FooEvents not to generate tickets correctly.|