9 Comments

  1. Sky4git

    This plugin is really seems to serve the purpose. I have seen many clients install event managers and than use wocommerce to sell that event as a product. I would like try openticket to do both in seamless manner.

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  2. Anh Tran

    Just marked the plugin favorite. I’m going to take a deep look into this plugin to see if I can integrate it with my music theme. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Temitayo Akeem

    The plugin is good, but I dont seem to get something, after completing an order, how does a customer get his ticket? I am using it right now and I feel I am not getting some things right, anyone with the idea.. I wonder why such a good plugin has no single documentation, not even a page, the one on this page is even better than the one on their official website

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  4. Jacob

    I found the documentation hard to locate as well, but they do have some docs posted at https://opentickets.zendesk.com/ with a tiny link at the top of the website labelled “Support”

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  5. Temitayo Akeem

    @jacob, unfortunately, the link you sent has empty content, there is nothing there not even a single post. Thanks anyway

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  6. Jacob

    Odd, it works for me and redirects. There’s also a list of all the articles here – https://opentickets.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/sections/200295150-Features-How-to-

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  7. eddie

    So what’s the consensus on this? Pros and cons? Hits and misses? I’ve used Event Manager Pro before but I’m fed up with the horrible UI/UX, clutter, documentation, … and will not be renewing my Pro subscription.

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  8. Mark Burgess

    It’s a miss for me. The tickets get hidden from the product catalog, so the display methods within Woocommerce can’t be used. The ticketing – even when a product is tagged as a ticket – is only available through the event calendar within the system. If you process a cart load and checkout directly with a ticketed product, you never get the link to the ticket.

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  9. Arabayarisi

    Just marked the plugin favorite. I’m going to take a deep look into this plugin to see if I can integrate it with my music theme.

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