FooEvents doesn’t support or necessarily endorse these plugins, but here is a list of third-party plugins which have been known to work with FooEvents and extend the functionality of your store or website.
User Role Editor is a free WordPress plugin which allows you to change user roles and capabilities easily. This can be used to manage access and permissions in a multi-user environment for various FooEvents features such as the Event Check-ins app.
WordPress and WooCommerce doesn’t have built-in functionality that lets you expire posts or products (i.e. events) automatically which can be a problem if you don’t want past events to be displayed in your calendar or on your site, but you can easily achieve this by using this free plugin.
WPML allows you to translate pages, posts, custom types, taxonomy, menus and even the themes. FooEvents is 100% compatible with WPML.
Product Add-Ons allow your customers to personalize products while they’re shopping on your online store. No more follow-up email requests—customers get what they want, before they’re done checking out.
The WooCommerce Customer / Order / Coupon Export plugin lets you export individual orders, customers, or coupons, bulk export records on-demand, and create multiple automated exports to transfer customer and order data via FTP, HTTP POST, or email.
The checkout field editor provides you with an interface to add, edit, and remove fields shown on your WooCommerce checkout page.
WP Mail SMTP is the most popular WordPress SMTP and PHP Mailer plugin which solves email deliverability issues. This plugin will ensure that your FooEvents tickets are delivered properly.
FooSales is a secure point of sale (POS) system for WooCommerce that turns any computer, iPad or Android tablet into a cash register and makes it easy to sell your products and run your business from anywhere in the world. FooSales integrates with FooEvents, allowing you to sell tickets at the door.
Set up a minimum, maximum and step quantity per product. Allows you to sell tickets in groups.
It will force the user to buy e.g. increments of 2 tickets at a time.
This plugin allows your customers to skip the “Cart” page and go directly to the “Checkout” page.
Split the checkout process over several steps. This is useful should you wish to separate the FooEvents Custom Attendee Fields and FooEvents Seating selection from the Billing, Order and Payment details.