Move an Event from One Sub-Calendar to Another

When you create an event, you assign it to a sub-calendar or to multiple sub-calendars; if you later want to move the event to a different sub-calendar, it’s easy to do so.

Drag events in the Scheduler view

Using the Scheduler view to reassign events is very easy and intuitive: all you have to do is drag the event from one column to another. Doing so will automatically update the sub-calendar assignment.

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A few tips to make Scheduler view even more efficient for you:

  • Hide all sub-calendars but the ones you want to work with for the moment. This cleans up the Scheduler view and makes it easier to quickly drag events to the appropriate sub-calendar.
  • Events that are assigned to more than one sub-calendar cannot be dragged in the Scheduler view.
  • Hover the mouse over an event to see more event details, such as time and event fields.
  • Collapse the control panel to have a broader view of the Scheduler columns.
  • Use the arrows and date picker in the top bar to navigate quickly between days. Use the date picker options in Scheduler view

Reassign events in any other calendar view

For all other calendar views, here’s how to move an event to a different sub-calendar:

  1. Click or tap to view the event details.
  2. Click or tap into the Calendar field.
  3. To add a sub-calendar, select it from the drop-down list.
  4. To remove a sub-calendar, click the X on the sub-calendar name. Or use your delete/backspace key to removee it from the Calendar field.

Use the Add or remove sub-calendars in the Calendar field. date picker options in Scheduler view

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