Have some things changed from the time you first created your event? Do you need to move around some of your dates & times? Maybe you need to make a new ticket type available to your customers as an option?

No problem, you can make these changes quickly! Our bulk editing feature is how you can update all (or a group) of your timeslots at one time. Bulk editing allows you to move the start and end times for the event forward or backward, move the ticket sale start and end times forward or backward, and reassign ticket types to any number of your timeslots with just a few clicks.

The bulk editor is available under the "Dates & Times" section of your event editor. Click the "Edit" button on your event to go into the editor and scroll down until you see your list of time slots, or click the "Timeslots" link in the left-hand sidebar to jump down there. Next, click the "Bulk Edit" button at the top of the section. From the list select the the checkboxes for the timeslots you need to adjust individually, or click "All" to select an entire page (note: times will remain selected as you navigate through the pages), then click the Edit button to display the options to change times and tickets.

To move dates / times further into the future set your hours and minutes with the "Forward" option selected. To make dates / times earlier set your hours and minutes with the "Backward" option selected.

To add a ticket type simply select the checkbox next to its name under the "Add Ticket Types" section. Similarly, to remove a ticket type select the checkbox next to its name under the "Remove Ticket Types" section.

The Ticket Limit can be reset for all or a selected number of your times by clicking the "Ticket Limit" link, then entering a number and saving. [Note: Adjusting the limit for an individual time-slot can also be quickly changed from the Upcoming Events page.] Similarly, you can switch on or off the option to Display Tickets Remaining by clicking that link, and toggling between the Yes and No options.

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