Depending on which Remo plan you're on, you can organize a certain number of Simultaneous Events. 


You can refer to our pricing page here to find out how many Simultaneous Events you can run!


If you don't know about Simultaneous Events... read more about them here!


But if you already know how to set these up, let's take a closer look at the specifics of Simultaneous Events' Timings...


1. Events can be totally simultaneous



2. Events can be partially simultaneous



3. Events with the same start and end time are considered simultaneous



So, in the example above, Event 1 ends at 5:00 AM whilst Event 2 starts at 5:00 AM - both Event 1 and Event 2 are considered Simultaneous Events.


Now that you know the basics, let's take a closer look at a specific example... Let's say your plan allows for 2 Simultaneous Events!


These are 2 Simultaneous Events with timings that partially overlap. This works fine!



These are still considered 2 Simultaneous Events as the end time of the first event and the start time of the second event overlap.



That means you can't create a third event with this timing (dark red) because it partially overlaps with the other two events:



You also can't create a third event with this timing (dark red) because the start time overlaps with the end time of the other two: