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If you run an ongoing event, the best place to post the event is in the Ongoing section. Select one of these choices under the When field: Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays or Other.
In the description field describe the specifics, such as "every Tuesday", or "last Friday of the month". If your event is on more than one day, select Other, and describe your event as on, for example, "every Monday and Thursday".
You can publish events on the public calendar, your organization's calendar or both. The Viewlevel field lets you choose where to publish your events.
To display your organization's calendar, use this link, substituting "xxxx" with your idorg:
You can use this link on your website, emailings or cut and paste the information.
If you are running a trip or other special event that people need to know about in advance, select Special in the When field. This displays the event in the Special section where people see only the special events. Since there are a limited number of special events, people will be able to see your event in a timely manner.
If you do not do this, your event will only appear in the Upcoming section. If there are a lot of events, and your event is not for a while, your event may be buried on a page far down the list. People may not see your event until the week the event takes place.
If you are running a trip, convention or other event that you want people all around the country or world to see, select Travel in the When field. This displays the event in the Travel section where people all over the world look. This also shows your event in the Special section in your local area. This is free.
If you do not do this, only people in your area are likely to see your event.
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