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If your association has an event which occurs on a regular basis, save time by setting it up as a recurring event. Most the details of the original event will be applied to the recurring instances. A notable exception is Fees, which must be set for each instance.<ref>'''Which event details DO NOT get copied from original event to recurring instances?'''
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*Reminder to attendees
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*Fees
    <span>[[Events-Maintaining_the_Events_calendar|Maintaining the Events calendar]]</span> : Create a recurring event</div>
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*Discounts
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*Attendees
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*Attendees List
  <div style="font-family: Tahoma; font-size: 11pt; margin-bottom: 12pt;"><span id="wwpID0E0LAB0HA">If an event occurs on a regular basis, it may be designated as a recurring event. Setting the recurrence of an event may be done when initially creating the event or at any time after the creation.</span></div>
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*Locations
  <div style="font-family: Tahoma; font-size: 11pt; margin-bottom: 12pt;"><span id="wwpID0E0KAB0HA">[[Image:Events-Create_a_recurring_event-image30.png|moviecamera]] </span><span style="color: #3366CC; text-decoration: underline;">[[http://www.chambermaster.com/directory/include/help/Videos/Events/recurring/recurring event.htm|Creating a Recurring Event]]</span>  </div>
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*Custom Fields
  <div style="font-family: Tahoma; font-size: 11pt; margin-bottom: 12pt;"><span id="wwpID0E0JAB0HA">Once an event is listed as a recurring event, each event instance will be displayed on the calendar at the appropriate date/time where the instance may be modified on an individual basis or ALL instances may be changed at once by editing the original occurrence. Note: After an instance has been edited individually, it will no longer accept the changes from the original occurrence.</span></div>
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:'''Important:''' Once an event is listed as a recurring event, each event instance will be displayed on the calendar at the appropriate date/time where the instance may be modified on an individual basis or '''ALL''' instances may be changed at once by editing the original occurrence.  
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:'''Note: '''After an instance has been edited individually, it will no longer accept the changes from the original occurrence.
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:'''Figure:''' ''Recurrence'' options in the "Create a New Event" screen.
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Latest revision as of 06:26, 27 December 2018

If your association has an event which occurs on a regular basis, save time by setting it up as a recurring event. Most the details of the original event will be applied to the recurring instances. A notable exception is Fees, which must be set for each instance.[1]

Important: Once an event is listed as a recurring event, each event instance will be displayed on the calendar at the appropriate date/time where the instance may be modified on an individual basis or ALL instances may be changed at once by editing the original occurrence.
Note: After an instance has been edited individually, it will no longer accept the changes from the original occurrence.


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Figure: Recurrence options in the "Create a New Event" screen.

 

  1. Which event details DO NOT get copied from original event to recurring instances?
    • Reminder to attendees
    • Fees
    • Discounts
    • Attendees
    • Attendees List
    • Locations
    • Custom Fields
    • Event Notes