How to Use Virtual Visible Event End Time for Events with Limited Visibility but Extended Durations

April 19, 2024

In the world of event planning, using virtual end times can be a smart move. This article guides you on how to make the most of setting time limits for events, making them visible for a specific duration. By learning how to balance time constraints with lasting visibility, organizers can create a sense of urgency and exclusivity. The following guide explores how to use EventON to implement this strategy to boost engagement and capture audience interest in a time-sensitive yet enduring way.

This feature can be implemented on new and existing events and to get started you can edit an existing event or add a new one by going to Events > Add Event on your WordPress admin dashboard.

To get started, please go to the Time and Date and set the default Event Start and Event End times.

Next, toggle the option to Enable virtual visible event end time.

Once enabled, a new date and time picker will be displayed under the Time and Date section that allows you to set the virtual visible event end time.

To ensure that this strategy is effective, you can set the time to be earlier than the actual event end time( for this example, we’ll set the virtual end time to 2024/02/24) and this will be displayed on the front end as shown below:

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