See an All-Day Event In the Hour Grid

Sometimes you want to see an all-day event next to your scheduled events, not pinned to the top of the calendar.

When you add an event to your Teamup calendar for All-Day, it doesn’t go into the hour-grid section of your calendar. Instead, when using Scheduler, Day, 3 Days, or Week view, the all-day event appears in the top box of the calendar:

A calendar view showing one all-day event and one scheduled event.
An all-day event is in the top box; a scheduled event appears at the scheduled time.

Sometimes, however, you want to be able to view your all-day event(s) next to your scheduled events. There’s a quick way to make this happen.

Simply drag the all-day event down into the top slot of the hour grid, then drag it to extend the event for the whole day:

A gif showing how to drag an event to the hour grid, then extend it to the whole day.
Move the event to the hour grid, then drag to extend.

Now the event will show for the day in the hour grid covering the entire visible time range:

An all-day event scheduled for the whole day.
Your all-day event will now show in the hour grid for the entire day.

If you want the slot to cover longer hours than the visible time range (set in Settings > Date and Time) or simply from 12:00am to 11:59pm, you can reset the time of the event in the event editor window; uncheck the all-day box, then set the hours accordingly on the day of the event. This will move the event to show in the entire hour grid:

An event with a scheduled time set from 12:00am to 11:50pm.
Schedule an all-day event from 12:00am to 11:59pm.

Can you use this quick tip in your scheduling? See our Tips collection for more quick ways to use Teamup.


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