show total and booked spaces in the "all events" view

WordPress Event Management, Calendars & Registration Forums General Question show total and booked spaces in the "all events" view

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    It would be great if one could activate another row in the “all events” view, showing the total and booked spaces for every listed event, for example:
    36 / 100

    Which means 36 of 100 are booked. Is it possible to do that with some extra code?

    Many thanks & cheers

    David Bühler

    Hi David,

    This isn’t provided for in the plug-in by default as it wouldn’t scale well for recurring events where you are selling tickets to individual occurrences.

    The following should work but assumes you are selling by series not occurrence:

    add_filter( 'manage_edit-event_columns', function($columns){
        $columns['_bookings'] = "Bookings";
        return $columns;
    } );
    add_action( 'manage_event_posts_custom_column', function($column, $event_id ) {
        global $post;
        if ($column !== '_bookings') {
        $confirmed = eventorganiser_get_bookings( array( 
            'status'        => eo_get_confirmed_booking_statuses(), 
            'fields'        =>'count_tickets', 
            'occurrence_id' => 0, 
            'event_id'      => $event_id 
        $capacity = eventorganiser_get_capacity( $event_id, 0 );
        echo "$confirmed / $capacity";
    }, 10, 2);
    Stephen Harris

    That’s great, many thanks for your quick answer! It works perfectly.

    Cheers, David

    David Bühler
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