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How to Add Results or Recap to a WordPress Event?

Quick Overview

  1. EventPrime Menus > Events
  2. Events > Events Settings
  3. Events Settings > Results Tab
  4. Under results tab, choose a result page and configure the display timeframe.


EventPrime provides a seamless solution for Event organizers looking to enhance their web pages with detailed Event results. Imagine you’ve created a WordPress page for a tech conference and want to showcase the Event’s success. This is where EventPrime’s Results feature comes into play.

Navigate to the Events Section in WordPress Dashboard

To start with, navigate to the Events section in your WordPress Dashboard to begin the process of adding results to your Event page.

EventPrime Menus
EventPrime Menu

Select the Specific Event

Once in the Events section, choose the specific Event for which you want to add results. Click on the Event to proceed to the next step.

EventPrime > Events
EventPrime > Events

Access Event Settings and Locate the Results Tab

In the Event Settings, you’ll find a dedicated Results tab. Click on it to open a range of options for configuring and customizing the display of Event results.

EventPrime > Events > Event Settings
Events > Event Settings

Choose a Result Page and Set Up the Display Timeframe

Within the Results tab, Select a Result Page. For instance, you can name it “Results – Tech Conference.” Configure the display timeframe by choosing a Custom Date, Event Date, or Relative Date.

You can choose a Custom Date where you can specify a date of your choice. Additionally, there is an option to select the Event Date, which allows you to choose from Event Start, Event Ends, or Gate Closure Timings.

Furthermore, you can opt for a Relative Date, where you can specify the number of days before or after the Event Start, Event Ends, or Gate Closure Timings.

Event Settings >Results
Event Settings > Results

Preview the Results on the Frontend of the Event Page

Before finalizing the setup, preview how the results will appear on the frontend of your Event page. EventPrime ensures that the presentation is visually appealing and aligns with your preferences.

Frontend Event Page

Advantages of Showcasing Results

Highlighting Event Success

By presenting detailed results, EventPrime enables organizers to highlight the success of their Events, creating a positive impression on visitors.

Encouraging Future Participation

Engaging content encourages future participation. EventPrime’s Results feature acts as a promotional tool, attracting potential attendees for upcoming Events.

Building Credibility and Trust

Transparent communication of Event outcomes builds credibility and trust among your audience. EventPrime ensures that your Event results are presented professionally, reinforcing your brand’s reliability.


In conclusion, EventPrime’s Results feature is a valuable for Event organizers seeking to elevate their web pages. The ability to seamlessly integrate and showcase Event results not only enhances user experience but also contributes to the credibility and success of future Events.

Have a question? Reachout to the EventPrime Community for help here.

2 thoughts on “How to Add Results or Recap to a WordPress Event?”

  1. You mention “Within the Results tab, Select a Result Page. For instance, you can name it “Results – Tech Conference.”” but what needs to go on that page to be able to display the results? Presumably a shortcode of some kind?

    1. Hello,

      Thank you for using EventPrime!

      We want to highlight that the “Results” feature serves as a supplementary tool, allowing you to showcase additional announcements or pertinent details to visitors. They can easily access this information by navigating to the designated custom page, providing you with the freedom (not confined to specific shortcodes) and an extra avenue for creativity in presenting success stories related to an event.

      For example, consider designing a results page aimed at displaying attendee satisfaction details during the event at the venue. This page could feature additional event images, event-related statistics, and other relevant details.

      I hope this sheds light on the feature.

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