Managing Your Calendars

This chapter introduces you to the Calendar application and its actions that allow you to schedule appointments and meetings, establish recurring activities, create multiple calendars and share calendars with others. With Calendar, it is easy to keep track of all important events/tasks and collaborate with other people, all in one place. This chapter is divided into the following topics:

  • Calendar interface

    Introduction to the Calendar interface and its main components.

  • Creating a calendar

    How to create a personal calendar, group calendar or remote calendars.

  • Editing a calendar

    Steps to edit details and properties of a calendar, to set the calendar color, and to delete a calendar.

  • Exporting/Importing a calendar

    How to import calendars or export calendars to a calendar application that supports the iCalendar format.

  • Sharing a personal calendar

    Information about setting permissions on your shared calendar and how to share your personal calendar with other users so that they can participate in all activities of the calendar.

  • Scheduling an event

    How to to perform common actions with events in Calendar: creating, editing, deleting, importing and exporting events.

  • Editing Calendar settings

    Steps to change the Calendar preferences.

  • Generating RSS

    Steps to publish your calendar as an RSS feed.

  • Managing categories

    Steps to add, edit and delete categories which are used to classify events and tasks.

Calendar interface

The Calendar interface has 5 basic components.

In which:

  • image0: The Toolbar contains most of actions in Calendar, such as adding an event, switching between view modes and more.
  • image1: The Search Pane where you can perform quick and advanced searches.
  • image2: The Mini calendar where you can go backward/forward months by clicking image3/ image4. Also, you can jump to your desired date by directly clicking that date.
  • image5: The Calendar View pane where you can create events quickly and view your own events.
  • image6: The Calendars pane which includes 3 groups:
    • Personal Calendars: Your private calendars.
    • Group Calendars: Calendars of groups in which you are a member.
    • Shared Calendars: Calendars which others share with you.

Note

If the Task Management application is installed by your administrator, you will see another Calendar group named “Task Calendars” below your Group Calendars. Each project from this application will have an individual calendar here but for view purpose only. Under the group, there will be also a Tasks calendar that displays all tasks assigned to you.

Creating a calendar

You may create a personal calendar or group calendar that can be shared with specific users or groups to your desires. You can also create a calendar which is synchronized with a remote calendar.

Creating a personal calendar

Note

All personal calendars will be put in the Personal Calendars pane.

  1. Click image7, then select Add Calendar from the drop-down menu.
  2. Fill in fields of the Details tab.

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Details:

Field Description
Display Name The calendar name which is displayed.
Description The brief description of the calendar.
Time Zone The display time zone for the calendar activities which cannot be edited. However, you can change the time zone in your calendar settings.
Color The display color of the calendar activities that can be personalized.

Note

If you select the Show in Groups tab, then click image9 to define specific groups and click image10, the calendar will be put in the Group Calendars category, not in the Personal Calendars category.

  1. Click Save to finish your creation.

Creating a group calendar

Note

All group calendars will be put in the Group Calendars pane.

  1. Follow steps as stated in Creating a personal calendar to give details for your new calendar.
  1. Select the Show in Groups tab.

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  1. Select groups that contain your created calendar. The users of the selected groups can only view this calendar.
i. Click image12 to open the Group Selector form. This form will
help you select a group that you want to share.

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ii. Click your desired group, then select image14 to add the
defined group.

iii. Click image15 or image16 to grant permissions to specific users or memberships respectively from the selected group.

Note

  • If you set the * membership in the User able to edit calendar column, all users of the selected group will be able to edit this calendar, regardless of their membership role.
  • You can select more users/memberships by repeating the above steps. The selected users/memberships will be updated in corresponding textboxes.
  • You can delete your selected users/memberships manually in the textboxes or click image17 to remove the permissions.
  1. Click Save to finish creating your new group calendar.

Creating a remote calendar

Note

To create a remote calendar in the Calendar application successfully, you need to learn about the calendar settings of the relevant provider. For more information about types of remote calendars, see here.

  1. Click image18, then select Remote Calendar from the drop-down menu. The Subscribe Calendar form appears.

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  1. Select the type of the remote calendar: iCalendar or CalDAV.
  2. Enter the URL linking to your calendar server in the URL field.
  3. Click Next to go to the Remote Calendar form.

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  1. Fill in the fields. The asterisk (*) indicates the field is mandatory.
  2. Tick the Use Authentication checkbox, then enter the username and password of your remote calendar server if the remote server requires verification.
  3. Click Save to accept your creation.

Note

After creating a remote calendar, you can ONLY VIEW all events and tasks which are created in the remote calendar server right in the Calendar application by clicking it. To get the updates, hover your cursor over the remote calendar, then click image21 to select Refresh from the drop-down menu.

More information about types of remote calendars

  • iCalendar:

iCalendar provides a link to an online .ics file from another calendar servers, such as Google Calendar, Yahoo Calendar, or eXo Calendar (including public URL or private URL).

An example of a Google Calendar URL (in iCal format):

https://calendar.google.com/calendar/ical/en.tn%23holiday%40group.v.calendar.google.com/public/basic.ics

  • CalDAV:

CalDAV is an open protocol that allows you to access calendars via WebDAV. With CalDAV, you can publish and subscribe to calendars, share them collaboratively, synchronize among multiple users or devices.

Google: https://apidata.googleusercontent.com/caldav/v2/calid/events where calid is the calendar id to be accessed.

Yahoo: https://caldav.calendar.yahoo.com/dav/your_yahoo_account@yahoo.com/Calendar/calendar_name/

How to import a Google calendar?

Below an example of how to import a Google calendar to eXo Platform:

  1. Go to your Google calender interface and select the calendar you wish to import to eXo Platform.

2. Click on options button image22 of the chosen calendar and then select Settings and sharing.

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  1. An interface Settings appears, scroll down to the section Integrate calendar and copy your calendar’s public link in iCal format.

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  1. Go to the calendar interface in eXo Platform and click on the image25 then on Remote calendar.
  2. Paste the iCal link to the field URL.
  3. Click on Next to move to the form in calendar settings. Fill in the needed fields.

Note

If the imported remote calendar is not public, you should input your google account credentials in the “Authentication” section to enable the import procedure.

Editing a calendar

Note

  • You can ONLY edit personal calendars and group calendars that you created.
  • For group calendars which are created by another users, you can ONLY edit them if you are granted the Edit permission. Meanwhile, for shared calendars, you cannot edit them. If you are granted the Edit permission on them by the calendar creators, you can ONLY have the right on their tasks or events (for example, adding/modifying/deleting, exporting/importing).

1. Hover your cursor over the calendar which you want to edit, then click image26 that appears.

  1. Click Edit from the drop-down menu. The form to edit the calendar will be different, depending on your selected calendar type. For example, if you select a personal calendar, the form only contains the Details tab.
  2. Make changes on the calendar, then click Save to accept your changes.

The Calendar application allows you to select different colors for all types of calendars to recognize them easily.

1. Hover your cursor over the calendar which you want to set the color, then click image27 that appears.

  1. Select one color from the available 24-color palette.

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This function allows you to remove any calendars and all their events.

Note

You cannot delete group calendars created by another users if you are not granted the Edit permission.

  1. Hover your cursor over the calendar which you want to delete, then click image29 that appears.
  2. Select Remove from the drop-down menu.
  3. Click Yes in the confirmation message.

Exporting/Importing a calendar

Note

You can only export the calendar which contains at least one event. Besides, for shared and group calendars, you can only export/import them if you have the Edit permission.

Exporting a calendar

This function allows you to export a calendar and its events into a separate file on your device.

  1. Hover your cursor over the calendar which you want to export, then click image30 that appears.
  2. Click Export from the drop-down menu to open the Export Calendar form.

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  1. Enter the exported file name in the File Name field. The export format is iCalendar by default.
  2. Click Save to finish your export.

Note

You can only open the exported file if you have an application installed on your device that supports its format.

Importing a calendar

This function allows you to import one calendar from your device to a selected calendar in Calendar.

  1. Hover your cursor over the calendar which you want to import, then click image32 that appears.
  2. Click Import from the drop-down menu to open the Calendar form.

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  1. Select a format type from the Format drop-down menu. At present, only the .ics and .csv formats are supported.
  2. Click Select File to open a window that allows you to browse your selected file.
  3. Select your desired file from your local device, then click Open to upload it.
  • Click image34 next to the name of your uploaded file if you want to remove it and upload again.
  1. Click the Import in field to select the calendar in which you want to import your uploaded file;

Or, create a new calendar where your uploaded file is imported by clicking image35 next to the Import in field.

  1. Click Save to finish your import.

Sharing a personal calendar

This function allows you to share your personal calendar with other users, so that they can participate in all activities of this calendar.

You can set permissions on your shared calendar based on 2 levels:

  • View permission allows shared users to view the shared calendar and its events/tasks, but cannot change any information. It means that the shared users cannot add/edit/delete events or tasks, or edit, import and export the shared calendar.
  • Edit permission allows shared users to view, import and export the shared calendar or add, edit, delete events/tasks inside the shared calendar. However, you cannot edit detailed information of a shared calendar, such as its display name.

Note

If other users share their calendars with you, you will see them in the Shared Calendars category even after the users are suspended.

Sharing a personal calendar

  1. Hover your cursor over the calendar which you want to share, then click image36 that appears.
  2. Click Share from the drop-down menu to open the Share Calendar form:

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  1. Select users, memberships or users that you want to share by clicking image38 respectively,

Or enter name of users, memberships or users into the text-box manually, separated by commas.

Note

If you set the * membership for a group, all users of the group will be able to access this calendar, regardless of their membership role.

  1. Click image39 to add your selected ones.
  2. Check the Edit Permission checkbox if you want to grant the Edit permission to the corresponding users/memberships/groups.
  3. Click Save to accept sharing your personal calendar.
  • If you select to share with any group, you will see a popup showing the sharing process:
  • You cannot abort your sharing till the process is finished.
  • The shared user/group can perform the following actions on the shared calendar:
    • Remove and Refresh, if the Read permission only is granted.
    • Add Event, Add Task, Remove, Import, Export and Refresh, if the Edit permission is granted.

Sharing a calendar using iCal

iCal provides a link that allows users to download a *.ics file which contains all events and tasks of a calendar. iCal is supported by many popular products, such as Microsoft Outlook, Google Calendar, Apple iCal.

  • Public URL: The Public URL link allows you to share your calendar with other users. They do not need to have Calendar accounts to download the file, but they must use a calendar application which supports the .ics to open and view it. By default, Public URL is empty and it is only accessible when public access is explicitly enabled.
  • Private URL: iCal is used for personal use. It means that as the creator of the calendar, you can download it to your computer and use any calendar applications which support the .ics format to open it. You can also import it into another calendar.

Scheduling an event

This section consists of the following topics:

Before learning to schedule an event, you should know how to view an event of a specific calendar with its details:

The first way

Hover your cursor over the event to see its detailed view.

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The second way

Right-click the event in the Calendar View pane, then select View from the drop-down menu.

The Preview form will appear.

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At the Preview form, if the event includes attachments, you can download them by directly clicking its title. If the attachment is an image, you can also click View to preview it.

Creating a new event

Quick adding an event

  1. Open the Quick Add Event form via either of 4 ways:

The first way

Click image45 on the toolbar.

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The second way

Right-click the Calendar View pane, then select Add New Event from the drop-down menu.

The third way

i. Hover your cursor over the calendar which you want to add new
events, then click image47 that appears.

ii. Click Add Event from the drop-down menu.

The forth way

Click the appropriate time slot in the calendar view pane. Drag your cursor to alter the length of the event. For more details, see here.

The Quick Add Event form will appear.

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Details:

Field Description
Title The event title which is required.
Description The detailed description of the event.
From The start date and time of the event.
To The end date and time of the event.
All Day If the event does not have a specific time, select the All Day option. This option allows setting the event duration to be all day or not. If you do not check this option, you have to define the start date/time and end date/time. By default, the start date and end date is the current date.
Calendar The calendar which contains the event.
Event Category The category which contains the event.
  1. Give information for your event.
  • When you right-click to add an event, the start date and time are where the click occurs and the default duration is 30 minutues. But, when you click Event on the top left corner of Calendar or Add Event by selecting image49, the start date is the current one with duration of 1 hour.
  • When you select a start date/time, an end date/time will be suggested. You can select another values to your desires.
  1. Click Save to finish creating your new event; or click image50 to add more details.

Adding a detailed event

With a detailed event, you can:

  1. Open the Quick Add Event form, then click image51 to open the Add/Edit Event form.

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  1. Give details of your event in fields of tabs.

i. In the Details tab, you can:

  • Follow similar steps as stated in Quick adding an event.
  • Also,
    • Enter the location name where the event will take place in the Location field.
    • Select the priority level of this event, including None, Normal, High and Low, in the Priority field.
    • Tick the Repeat checkbox if you want to create a recurring event. For more details, see here <CreatingRecurringEvent>.
    • Click image53 to attach any files, such as map, or invitation card, with your event.

Note

You can attach a maximum of 10 files to an event. Also, the size of each file must be less than 10 MB.

ii. In the Reminders tab, you can create a reminder for your event.
For more details, see the Creating a reminder for upcoming events section.
iii. In the Participants tab, you can add participants to your event
as stated in the Adding participants to an event section.
iv. In the Schedule tab, you can view the availability time of
users, or change date and time for your event and apply them into the Details tab. For more details, see the Viewing the availability time of participants section.
  1. Click Save to finish creating your detailed event.

A confirmation message will appear that allows you to save and send the invitation, or only save.

If you create an event in a space, you will see the event updated in the Activity Stream of your Space or Group Space.

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The event will be updated in your Activity Stream with its brief information, such as description, location, start time and end time. You can even deny or accept participating in this event directly in Activity Stream without going to the Calendar application.

Creating a recurring event

In the Details tab, tick the Repeat checkbox to open the Recurring Event form.

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Here, you can define the repeating time for your event as follows:

  1. Select the type for your repeating event from the Repeat option.

    • Daily: The event will be repeated every day.
    • Weekly: The event will be repeated every week that is set by default.
    • Monthly: The event will be repeated every month.
    • Yearly: The event will be repeated every year.
  2. Select frequency and date for repeating your event in the Repeat every and Repeat on fields respectively. The selected frequency will work on the Repeat value. For example, if you set Weekly in Repeat, 5 in Repeat every and WE in Repeat on, the event will be repeated every 5 weeks on Wednesday.

  3. Select the option for ending your repeating event by ticking the relevant checkbox.

    • Never: Your repeating event will never end.
    • After [X] occurrences: Your repeating event will end after a defined

    number of occurrences.

    • By this date: Your repeating event will end before your specified

    date. Point your cursor over the textbox and select the date from the drop-down calendar.

The recurring event will be shown as below:

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Creating a reminder for upcoming events

The Calendar application provides 2 options for reminding users who will take part in events. A reminder includes the summary information of the event, such as title, time and location. To use this feature, go to the Reminders tab.

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Details:

  • Remind by Email: This option is to remind users of upcoming events via emails. This option is set default. If you do not use this option, simply untick the checkbox.
Field Description
Remind by Email before the event starts The interval time that the reminder will be repeated before an event starts.
Repeat Tick the checkbox to set the frequency for sending the email reminder before the event takes place.
Also send reminders to The list of email addresses to which the reminder will be sent. The default value is the email address of the event creator. Click image59 to add more email addresses. To delete an email address, simply click image60 corresponding to it.
Display a notification pop-up Remind users of upcoming events via pop-up messages.

Adding more emails

  1. Click Add More to open the Select Users form. This form shows a list of users and their emails.

  2. Tick checkboxes corresponding to email addresses you want to select.

    Or, use the Search function to search for your expected email addresses.

  3. Click Add to add your selected emails.

  • A list of your selected email addresses is displayed right below the Also send reminders to field of the Reminders tab.
  • Click image58 to remove your selected email addresses from the list of emails receiving the reminder.

Adding participants to an event

If you want to invite people to attend at an event, go to the Participants tab. This tab contains options to add participants and to send invitation mails.

  1. Select the Private or Public checkbox in the Privacy field.

Note

This privacy information is designed for the only purpose of searching in Social Intranet, not for limiting access on users.

See the following table to learn about which combinations create searchable results. The image61 icon means that the events and tasks in the relevant combination will appear in the search results of Social Intranet:

  Public Private
Shared calendars with the Edit right OK1 OK5
Shared calendars without the Edit right OK2  
Group calendars with the Edit right OK3 OK6
Group calendars without the Edit right OK4  
  1. Set the status of participants during the time when your event takes place.
    • If Busy or Outside is ticked, the time when the participants take part in the event will be in red when viewing the event schedule.
    • If Available is ticked, the time when the participants take part in the event will be in white.
  2. Select participants who will take part in the event by clicking image62 to open the Invitations form.

Here, you can choose participants who have registered in the system to join the event:

i. Click image63 respectively.

ii. Choose people you want to invite by ticking the respective
checkboxes, or use the Search function to find users quickly. Then, click Add to add selected users as participants.

iii. Enter your invitation message into the Invitation Message pane.

iv. Click Save to add your selected users to the Participants table.
To remove the selected participant from the Participants list, simply click image64 in the Action bar.

Tick one checkbox corresponding to your desired option of sending invitations to participants in the Send Invitations field. This option is loaded by default with the value defined in the Calendar Settings.

  • Never: Never send the invitation to any participants.

  • Always: Automatically send the invitation to the participants.

  • Ask: There will be a confirmation message for you to decide.

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Participants will receive invitations via emails. Their statuses will be updated in the Status column after they have answered the invitations via emails.

  • If the participants agree to participate (by clicking Yes in their received invitation emails), their statuses will be yes.
  • If the participants do not agree to participate (by clicking No), their statuses will be no.
  • If the participants have not decided to take part in the event (by clicking Not sure), their statuses will be pending.

Also, participants can import the event directly into their calendars or jump to the calendar by clicking the relevant links in the invitation emails.

Viewing the availability time of participants

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Go to the Schedule tab to select the correct event’s start and end time, depending on participants’ availabilities. By default, it is the start and end time of the event which you define in the Details tab. Busy periods are displayed in red so you can easily detect the schedule conflicts to manage the alternate meeting time that works best for all participants.

You can schedule the event (its start/end time) by dragging and dropping, the selected period is displayed in green.

Adding participants

Click image67 in the left pane to select users from the Select Users form.

Deleting participants

Tick the checkboxes corresponding to users in the Participants list, then click image68. The deleted users will be removed from the participants list of both Schedule and Participants tabs.

Applying selected day

Note

It is required to have at least 1 user in the Participants list.

  1. Enter the time manually into the From and To fields;

    Or, tick the All Day checkbox if your event will be hold for all day;

    Or, hover your cursor over the time pane to visually select the available time of users. The selected period will become green and the corresponding time will be automatically updated into the From and To fields.

Note

If you do not see any available time for your selected date in the time pane, you can switch to another dates by clicking image69/image70 to check another time availability of users.

  1. Click the Apply Selected Day checkbox to accept applying your selected date and time into the Details tab.

Editing an event

  1. Open the Add/Edit Event form by doing one of two following ways:

The first way

Double-click the event you want to edit.

The second way

Right-click the event that you want to edit and select Edit from the drop-down menu.

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The Add/Edit Event form is displayed with information that is similar when adding your event.

  1. Edit information of the selected event to your desires, then click Save to complete.

    • When you are editing the start time, the end time will be selected

      with the same duration as previously defined. For example, you create an event that starts at 10:00 and ends at 12:00 (duration of 2 hours). When you edit the start time to 11:00, the suggested end time will be 13:00.

    • If you have made changes on a recurring event, the Edit recurring event pop-up will be displayed:

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    • Select Only this event. The changes will be applied into the selected event only. This event will be marked with the text: “Edited Recurring event”.

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    • Select Following events. The changes will be applied into the selected event and following events of the series.

    • Select All events. The changes will be applied into all events of the series.

Note

  • For shared and group calendars, you can only edit their events if you have the edit permission.
  • When editing an event, you can add/remove the attachment files or download them by directly clicking their titles.
  • If you only want to change the start date and time of the event, you can also use the drag-and-drop feature to edit the time for the event directly on the Calendar View pane.

In a space calendar:

If you set a repetition to an event or modify the event repetition, a new comment will be added to the event activity.

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While editing a recurring event:

  • If you select Only this event or change the duration with the mouse, a new activity will be created for this instance on the activity stream.

  • If you select Following events, a new activity will be created for the starting event of the new series. Also, a comment which informs the date of repetition stop is added to the previous series.

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  • If you select All Events, the main event activity is updated and a comment informing your changes is added to the activity.

Dragging and dropping an event

The drag-and-drop feature helps you change the start date and time of an event more conveniently. You only need to click the event, drag and drop it into another date or new time area in the Calendar View pane.

You also can hover your cursor over the Scroll button to alter the event period.

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According to the features of the Calendar pane view, the drag-and-drop feature can be applied to the date and time differently.

  • In the Day view, all events are shown in a day, so you can change the time of the event in one day only.
  • In the Week and Work Week views, all events are shown in a week, so you can change both the event time and the event date.
  • In the Month view, all events are shown in a month, so you can change the event date only. You can also change more events at the same time by ticking their checkboxes and using the drag-and-drop feature.

Note

For shared and group calendars, you can only drag and drop their events if you have the Edit permission on these calendars. If you drag and drop an event of one calendar on which you do not have the edit permission, you will get a warning message.

Exporting/Importing an event

Exporting an event

This function allows you to export one event into a file on your device. This file can be imported to use in another Calendar application.

  1. Right-click the event that you want to export, then select Export from the drop-down menu.

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The Export Calendar form will appear.

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  1. Enter a file name, the export format is iCalendar by default.
  2. Click Save to accept exporting the event.
  3. Click OK in the confirmation message to save the exported file into your device.

Note

In fact, exporting an event means exporting a calendar with one event only. Therefore, the exported file format and the way to export an event is similar to the way to export a calendar with multiple events.

Importing an event

You can import an event into a specific calendar. The process to import an event is similar to importing a calendar. For more details, see Importing a calendar.

Deleting an event

This function allows you to remove events from a calendar. To do this, simply right-click the event you want to delete, then select Delete from the drop-down menu.

Deleting a recurring event

If you delete a recurring event, the Delete Recurring Event popup will be displayed:

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  • Select Only this event to delete the selected event only.
  • Select Following events to delete the selected event and following events of the series.
  • Select All events to delete all events of the series.

When you delete an edited recurring event in a space calendar, its activity on the activity stream is also deleted and a comment informing the date of the event cancelled is added to the main activity of the series.

  • If you select Only this event, a comment informing the date of the event cancelled is added to the main activity of the series.

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  • If you select Following events, and in case there are activities for some future edited recurring events of the series, they are deleted and a comment informing the date of repetition stop is added to the main activity of the series.

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  • If you select All events, the main activity of the series is deleted.

Deleting an event in the Month view

In the Month view, you can delete one or multiple events at the same time.

  1. Tick the checkboxes corresponding to the events you want to delete.

  2. Click image82 on the Month information bar.

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  3. Click Delete in the confirmation message.

Note

For shared and group calendars, you can only delete their events if you have the Edit permission on these calendars.

Editing Calendar settings

You can change the Calendar preferences as follows:

  1. Open the Calendar Settings form via either of the following ways:
    • The first way: Click image84 on the Calendar toolbar.
    • The second way: Click image85, then select Calendar Settings from the drop-down menu.

The Calendar Settings form appears:

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  1. Change your desired preferences.
i. In the Settings tab, you can change the Calendar general
settings:
Field Description
Default View The view type of Calendar View pane. You can define the default view type when you start Calendar (Day, Week, Month, List, Work Week).
Date Format The date format which is displayed in Calendar, such as Starting date, Ending date in events/tasks.
Time Format The time format which is displayed in Calendar, such as time of Starting date, or Ending Date and time displayed in the Calendar View pane.
Time Zone The default time zone displayed in Calendar.
Week Start on The first day of the week displayed in the Week and Work Week views.
Show Working Times Clicks the checkbox to display the working times when viewing the calendar. The working time can be defined by selecting Starting and Ending time.
Send Event Invitations

Ticks one checkbox to set the default action that you want Calendar to perform once events have been created. There are 3 options:

  • Never: Calendar will not send invitations.
  • Always: Calendar will send invitations automatically to the participants.
  • Asked: Calendar will ask you whether to send invitations or not.

ii. In the Displayed Calendars tab, you can define which calendars to be displayed in the Calendar application by simply ticking checkboxes.

iii. In the Feeds tab, you can generate an RSS feed as stated in Generating RSS.

Generating RSS

This function allows you to publish your calendar as an RSS feed. It will build a URL that helps you keep track of all events via the RSS reader.

  1. Follow Step 1 <EditingCalendarSettings> to open the Calendar Settings form, then select the Feeds tab.

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  2. Click Add to open the Edit Feed form.

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Details:

Field Description
Name The name of the feed (required).
URL The link of the feed (required).
Calendar(s) The calendar(s) which you will get feeds.
Add More Adds the calendar that you want to get RSS feed.
  1. Input the name of RSS in the Name field.

    Click image89 to generate the RSS link. The URL will be automatically generated into the URL field. Click image90 to reset the RSS link.

  2. Select the calendar name that you want to get the RSS feed in the Add More field, then click image91 to add your selected calendar.

    Click image92 corresponding to the calendar name to delete your added calendar.

  3. Click Save to accept generating the feed, then click OK in the notification message.

The created feed will be shown as below.

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  • Click image94 to get the RSS feed link which can be used in an RSS reader application to directly view your calendar events and tasks.

Managing categories

Categories are used to classify events and tasks. For example, you could use a ‘Meeting’ category for all meetings with your colleagues or customers in your company. By default, PRODUCT provides 6 available categories in Calendar: All, Calls, Meeting, Holiday, Clients, Anniversary. You can add and view events/tasks in default categories. In addition, you also can edit, delete default categories or create new categories by yourself.

To manage categories, click image95, then select Add Event Category from the drop-down menu.

The Event Categories form will appear.

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Adding a new category

Simply enter the category name (that does not contain special characters, for example #,$) in the Event Category field, then click Add to add this category.

Editing/Deleting a category

  • Edit a category by clicking image97. Next, enter a new name in the Event Category field, then click Update to apply your changes.
  • Delete a category by clicking image98. Next, click Yes in the confirmation message.

Note

The events/tasks under the deleted categories are still kept. These events will then be auto-assigned to the default All category.