This article will help you get started with recurring time slots.
We will use a specific scenario to help give a setup example: we will be doing a walking tour event that runs three times a day for a week:
1st time slot at 10 AM to 12 PM
2nd time slot at 12 PM to 2 PM
3rd time slot at 2 PM to 4 PM
Step 1: Create a new event and select relevant details for the event with time slots
Date & Time - because the event is happening across multiple dates and times, the option for Multiple Dates/Times should be toggled on.
Event Setup - when creating an event with time slots, under event setup select multiple sessions, dates or times
Step 2: In the Form Builder, go to the settings drawer of your ticket block
In your event's left navigation menu locate Setup and from there select Form Builder. Click on the cog icon of the ticketing block and enable the Recurring Time Slots option. Click Manage Time Slots.
Step 3: Add Time Slots
In the Manage Time Slots screen click Add Time Slots
Set the start date - this is the date of your first time slot.
Set the end date - this is the date of your last available time slot.
Set the start time - this is the start time of your first available time slot.
Set the end time - this is the time when your last available time slot will end.
Set the days - select the days of the week that you will be offering available time slots.
Set the increment - this is the duration of each available time slot.
Selectable ticket types & limited availability
If having multiple ticket tiers and products, you can dictate which of those products are available for certain time slots and you can cap the number of attendees that can register for a certain time slot.
When the time slot is full you can choose to disable or completely hide a time slot.
When a ticket tier or product is sold out, you can choose to completely hide it or disable and show a message that will indicate the product has been sold out.
Step 4: Save