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[New Plugin] Multiple Date Time Range Picker

Hey there Bubblers!

We created this free plugin as we were lacking a reliable way to select multiple date ranges from the current plugins. This plugin allows you to display a beautiful calendar to your users to choose a date range. If you require multiple date ranges, simply place more elements!

More info here: Multiple Date Time Range Picker Plugin | Bubble
Demo link:

Do let us know if you have any feedback or requests for more plugins!

Credits to Scott3 which this plugin is based on.

Happy nocoding,


Looks promising!

Is there a way to change the text in another language?

Hi Christophe_HK,

At this moment, we only offer English. We may offer other languages in the future. May i know what language you are looking for? :slight_smile:

French :blush::+1:t2:

Hey all!

We’ve added new range options for those who prefer to have more choices.

Simply choose the preferred date options in the element editor:

Thanks for the great plugin!

Whats the best way of just showing the date selected, rather than date and time.

Many thanks

You can use the ‘formatted as’ function in bubble to just display the date selected.


Would adding a date only selection in the calendar plugin be useful? If so, do share your use case so we can consider to add it as future improvements to the plugin :slight_smile:

It would be useful, but only in simplifying the data and data flows. Your suggested method up there will be fine.

Happy to announce that we have launched a new update to our plugin! You can now directly select the ‘date only’ option in the editor. :slight_smile:

Great plugin! Is it possible to change the background color of the selection for dates (currently blue) to any other color? Setting a style didn’t help.

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Hello! We do not currently support such a feature, but if there is more demand, we will put it on our roadmap. :slight_smile:

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Hi, is there a way to set the date on load (default start and end date)?