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    Is there any way to have location come up without having to choose "Show More Options"?  Whenever someone puts something onto our calendar, I would like them to select their location so that we don't have rooms double booked.  In fact, it would be great if they could receive a message if they tried to add something without a location.


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    Hey Marlene,

    I assume you're referring to when you're initially adding the event or editing the event, not when trying to view the event after the location has been added, correct? 

    If so, unfortunately the way the module is set up is hard-coded and can't be altered. But, if they do try to enter a location for a room that is already booked they'll get a warning saying that the room is already in use for that time.

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    Here's another vote for including Location on the Add Events screen.  Or maybe a configuration setting to always open that screen with the "Show More Options" clicked.  I understand that this would require a code change, but we would like to see it in a future update.  


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    Add one more vote for making it mandatory for folks to select/input a location in order to create an event. 

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    Is it possible to add a geo-location pin that would show up with the event?  We integrate the event calendar on our webpage and a pin showing the location would be great -.  An example would be if it was an OFFSITE Bible Study /Group. They could click it and get direction from Google Maps.

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    Emily W.

    Hey there!

    Adding a geo-location would be great however, you can only type in an address location as that is not a current functionality within the customization of the event settings. We always love hearing great ideas so please feel free to submit a feature request here: 





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