If you're unable to locate your event on the desired website, the first step is to log in to your account and check if it has been successfully posted. When your event submission is successful, you should receive an email notification containing details about your account or your new event's report. By accessing that email, you can navigate to your dashboard where you will be able to view and make edits to your event.
If you still don't see your event, then you may have left your event as a draft. If so, you can login at app.evvnt.com, click on "My Events" (#1), and then find the Drafts tab (#2). When you find the draft event, you can look for the "Continue" button to finish your submission.
The event is posted, but where can people see it?
To identify the site(s) where your event has been posted, you can locate your event and click on the "Report" option associated with it. This will provide you with the necessary information regarding the platforms where your event has been published. See here how to "View your Event Report" to see where your event is posted.
If you have just submitted your event to your local calendar but it is not appearing there. There are a few potential reasons why:
- It usually takes a few seconds for the specific calendar to retrieve your event data. However, sometimes it can be delayed up to a few minutes. This is a cacheing issue and will resolve itself within an hour at most.
- The address used for the venue of the event (or the city for a virtual event) may be outside of the area set by this calendar for free events.
Each calendar site in our system has a defined area for events it will list. If the location of your event falls in the area set by the host site for the calendar, then it will belong to that calendar. If your event is not showing on a calendar then it is possible that the location entered for the event is not in the area for that calendar.
Uncommon, but possible causes
- The category used for the event does not match a list of approved categories for a category specific calendar
- Some calendars hold new events for a few hours or even days to allow an editor to moderate the submissions. If you think this may be the case, you can request confirmation of a calendar's moderation setting by contacting support
If you started on a calendar and clicked "Promote your event" then we will attempt to post the event to that calendar. Our system will look at the area set by the calendar's editors to see if the location you entered for your event is in that area. If your event does not fall within the area set by that calendar's editors then your event will instead go to our global evvnt.com/events calendar.
If you logged in as an Evvnt user before you submit your event, then our system will try to submit your event to the calendar that 'owns' your user. Our system will look at the area set by the calendar's editors to see if the location you entered for your event is in that area. The owner of your user is indicated by the logo in the top left of your dashboard. You can see this when you are logged in at app.evvnt.com. In the case, if your event is not within the area set by the site that owns your user, then the event will go to our global calendar.