Maybe stupid comment on the form rather then the content
(will try to attend just can not promise much more),
but I like the use of explicit date in title [Aug 26 & 27] for event
so visually it is easy to immediately decide if one is able to attend
and read the event announcement.
Once the event passes maybe it make sense archive it or
change title by crossing the date part - no?
Thanks for the kind words! I’m always trying to convey the most useful information first for folks with busy inboxes. I like the idea of just archiving/striking through the dates to repost each month. Great tip!
IMHO follow the bold Wiki principle and just enable it even if just for few hours or days as experiment. Maybe a topic with FORUM Maintenance and Service Announcements should be announcing such posts, so people who wanna test (bleeding edge) plugins could follow and join in formal tech. experiments.
Estou tentado adicionar este evento no calendário, mas ainda não percebi como se faz isso.
Vou tentar aqui mais uma vez. Qualquer coisa, volto aqui para pedir socorro. Obrigada! Essa funcionalidade é incrível.
I’m learning myself as we speak. Only users who can edit the description can make this change. This means that this is either the author, moderatos/admins… or we can convert the post in a wiki post and then anyone can do it. I’ll do this for this post.
Then you need to edit the post, place the cursor at the top of the post, click the icon, and click “Create event”. A form will appear, fill it, and save changes. This should work.
Also, I have set a reminder for both topics 60 minutes before the event. I’m not sure what this will do. Maybe notify those who have expressed interest? Maybe the topic is bumped to the top of the timeline?
It is also possible to send bulk invites for a specific event. I guess the topic author and moderators/admins can do this. At the top right corner of the post, there are three dots. When clicking them, a dialog appears: