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haywoodbor
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I know ths would be a premium option, just wondering if it is posible, and which option it would be. Thanks
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Yes. There is a button at the bottom of the calendar (if you have it set to allow visit to put events onto the calendar).
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Welllllllll, that might be a problem. We have purchased an upgraded account to Webmaster (several days ago), but, it doesn't seem to have been activated. Have sent a request in asking about this and have had no response.

That said, whenever it DOES get activated, can you tell me where in the settings to look for this?
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There seems to be a general problem with upgrades not being activated at present. Did you pay with Paypal? For some reason even though the money is taken and you get the Paypal receipt, this is not showing up at the Localendar end.

I assume they are trying to sort it.

When your webmaster upgrade is finally activated, under Options, General, scroll down you will see Allow Visitors to Add Calendar Events. You can choose between Not Allowed or Allowed (immediately visible) or Allowed but moderated.
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I am experiencing the same problem. After my 30 day free trial expired. I bought a 'webmaster'' one year membership from Localendar and paid $49.95 on Paypal. But, I still can not activate the account. This is very troubling as our club members depend on the web page calendar for vital information. I have written to localendar support twice but have received no response.
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BNNC, your premium subscription is active through 3/18/2019.
Sometimes, you may need to sign out and back in to see premium features, but subscriptions should be activated between 5-10 minutes after purchase (we've used Stripe and Paypal at different times - Stripe is generally right in that window but sometimes Paypal does suffer delays)

Features such as the "allow visitors to add events" option won't just turn themselves on however. You have to enable this setting under Options->General.

The easiest way to know your subscription is active is that your calendar won't display ads. Also, you can sign in and check your subscription expiration date on the left menu under the label "Premium Services".
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