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Add support for recurring events with different times

It would be useful if with any of the recurring events, particularly the custom recurring where you can manually choose which days an event occurs, that you can also set different times for those days. Additionally this could be expanded to allow for multiple times on the same day. This would allow for more versatility from the Tourism industry having the same tour at different days/times to the entertainment industry providing the same show at different times on different days. 

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  • Oct 27 2016
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  • Jennifer Castor commented
    October 27, 2016 19:59

    Thank you for this post.  I work with a community arts/cultural calendar and also need an option to not put a specific time on the event.  Some of the activities we are covering are month-long and have multiple locations/times/venues.  Thank you!

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    Robert Whiteside commented
    October 28, 2016 17:09

    Jenniffer, form the description, looks like this idea doesn't refer to NOT adding a time (which you created separately), but adding different times for various occurrence of a recurrent event.

  • Kaitlin Kelly commented
    December 20, 2016 20:39

    I cant even believe this calendar doesn't offer this feature. The Events Calendar plugin offers it. This is pretty basic and it's really bad that All In One doesn't give this as a basic option.

  • Gabrielle B commented
    March 28, 2017 00:40

    I was coming here to request this feature.

    I use the calendar for TV schedule. So a TV show episode airs on Monday at 1pm, then there’s a rerun at 2am the next day, and another one at 9am on Saturday. Currently, I need to create 3 events for this same episode, and it’d be fantastic if I could have just one, since it’s exactly the same info on the page (channel, director, cast, synopsis, etc), but the day and time it airs.