What are folders?

Folders are a way to group sub-calendars and to create an organizational hierarchy for them. Folder organization makes it easier to find the sub-calendars you are looking for, or to work with only a group of sub-calendars.

Use folders to organize calendars
Sub-calendars are indented inside folders.

The folders have a gray color bar to set them apart from the color-coded sub-calendars.

To create sub-calendars inside of a folder, simply use a right arrow symbol in this format: Name of Folder > Name of Sub-Calendar. For every sub-calendar you want in the folder, use the same format and the same folder name.

You can create nested folders, as well, using the same concept: Folder 1 > Folder 2 > Sub-Calendar.

A window showing how to use > to set up folder organization.
You can nest folders and sub-calendars in your organization.

You can work with folders to easily view a group of sub-calendars, or toggle all the contents of a folder on or off. Click the arrow to open or close the folder. Click the eye icon on a folder to show only the group of calendars within it.

folders - show or hide calendars
You can open or close folders.

To remove a sub-calendar from a folder, alter the name of the sub-calendar by removing the Name of Folder > from it. Instead of Name of Folder > Name of Sub-Calendar, you will have only Name of Sub-Calendar.

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