I’m sharing my knowledge of popular WordPress plugins in various categories. Today, I’m taking a look at calendar plugins for creating a calendar on your WordPress site.
I had a use case recently, that required a calendar to be added to a WordPress site, the calendar was going to be used to show dates for cycling rides. The Calendar would make it easy for visitors to find “cycling rides”. So I kicked off a research session, in which I collected information about the most popular from the WordPress Plugin Repository. I’m sharing that information with you know.
With any of these calendar plugins, you will be able to organize your life and show people your schedule.
The Event Calendar
The Events Calendar is one of the most full-featured calendar plugin and extensible plugin that lets you easily share your events. You can customize the calendar to fit your needs.
Features include event search, Google maps, upcoming events, widget, catching support, event search, caching support, to mention a few. Please have a look as it may fit your needs.
Start with a FREE version, to add more functionality and features, you will need to upgrade to the Pro version.
All-in-One Event Calendar
All-in-One Event Calendar features a month, week, day, and agenda views. It also allows you to schedule and list upcoming events through a widget. The core version of the plugin is completely free, perfect for small companies and event organizers.
My Calendar is a FREE feature-rich event management with customizable ways to display events on your website. This has a built-in feature that allows you to show events from multiple calendars on pages, in posts, or in widgets.
You can show the events via standard calendar grid and list view with an option to show them daily, weekly, or monthly. Though, you can limit the view by categories, location, author, or host.
Fully featured event registration management including recurring events, locations management, calendar, Google map integration, booking management. Events Manager not only displays your events but lets users register for upcoming ones. You will receive booking results and know exactly how many people are expected to show up.
Add Google Calendar events to your WordPress site in minutes. Beautiful calendar displays. Mobile responsive. Simple Calendar allows you to pull in any events you’ve already created right from Google. You can, of course, input your events directly into WordPress, but you can also choose any public calendar to pull from. Events can repeat or only show up once.
What are your favorite calendar plugins? Let me know by leaving a comment below. And check out our list of the 10 most popular plugins our customers use on our platform.