Google Cal sync back not working
Should I add a Cronjob provided by my hoster?
Yes, you will need to add cronjob that will call wp cron. Here you can read this article https://www.inmotionhosting.com/support/website/wordpress/disabling-the-wp-cronphp-in-wordpress
Make sure that you run cron every 5 minutes.
Ran the Cronjob and got the following feedback.
Warning: DateTime::modify(): Failed to parse time string (+ days) at position 0 (+): Unexpected character in /www/htdocs/xxxxxxx/wp-content/plugins/easy-appointments-connect/src/google_event_helper.php on line 61
Warning: DateTime::modify(): Failed to parse time string (+ days) at position 0 (+): Unexpected character in /www/htdocs/xxxxxx/wp-content/plugins/easy-appointments-connect/src/cron/google_cron.php on line 185
Warning: DateTime::modify(): Failed to parse time string (+ days) at position 0 (+): Unexpected character in /www/htdocs/xxxxxxx/wp-content/plugins/easy-appointments-connect/src/cron/google_cron.php on line 276
ah ok, will check
working now, thanks!!!!!
Best regards, Ferdinand
P.S.: Love the tool, great work!!!!
You’re welcome. Default location and default service are there because Google Calendar event must be connected in EA with Service, Location and Worker. So for worker it will try to match email but Service and Location are different thing. 🙂
Hi that is very hard to implement. Maybe other users want to see location instead of service etc. My suggestion is to split calendars and create mapping so each service goes to it’s own calendar.
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Hi Nikola, thanks for quick reply. No, I have not connected WP Cron with system schedular as it was a bit too complicated for me 🙁 Is there a step by step guide anywhere available? Thanks and regards, Ferdinand