Choosing the event category is mandatory in order to be able to save and publish the event web page. You might want to change the category at some point, though. You can do this from the menu on the right side of the event creation page by clicking on the “Event Options” icon.
On the “My Events” page you can see the summary of all the events you created, both ongoing events and past events that are still published. On the pages of past events, there will be a label informing your public that the event is over.
You can view the stats of your event directly from the event edit page, by choosing the “Stats” icon in the menu on the right.
7If you organize recurrent events with the same theme, you can find duplication of an existing event very useful, this way you avoid having to insert the same contents again every time you create a new event. Go to your “My events” dashboard. In each event window, you will see a contextual menu, on the […]
The web page you create for the event is automatically saved at each addition/edit of content. This way you don’t need to worry in case you need to interrupt the work for a while: you will find your page saved as a draft, ready to be completed and published.