This is the season to be thankful, whether you celebrate Thanksgiving or not. Here at Teamup Calendar, we are grateful for the constant stream of feedback from our customers all around the world. This month we’re sharing the story of UN Web TV and more spotlights on our customers.
What’s new this month
- Product updates
- Customer story of the month
- UN Web TV embeds live schedule on its Website, Facebook page, Microsoft Teams, and daily email
- Share the love
- New on Twitter: @teamupthanks
- User Spotlights
Active URLs in text fields
Beta release: Active URLs are now supported in all other text input fields of an event, including the title field, who field, where field and custom fields of type single line text. It is currently available in read-only views of an event, in the event page and in notification and daily agenda emails. It is not yet available in the event edit view. URLs are automatically detected and turned into active links.
Share from event page to another Teamup Calendar
In September we introduced the option to share an event to another Teamup that you have the modify permission. This option is now also available on the event page independent of the original calendar. You would need to be logged in to your user account in order to use this. Your dashboard would be open and you can select the calendar that you want to share or save the event to.
UN Web TV embeds live schedule in multiple channels
UN Web TV embeds a Teamup-powered live schedule into their website, Facebook page, Microsoft Teams and sent as a daily mailing. Read the full story.
New on Twitter: @teamupthanks
We are always humbled and grateful to receive encouragement and feedback from users around the world. It’s been hard to keep up with sharing the kind words! So we started @teamupthanks to say thank you back to our users.
Who uses Teamup?
Teamup users are diverse groups. They’re from all around the globe. Among them are thinkers and doers, learners and leaders, organizers and teachers, designers and makers. We are so thankful for the opportunity to be of service and for the feedback that keeps us motivated to do our best to make life easier. Here are a few highlights we’d like to share.
Teachers, makers, and service providers
From coding software to creating a great product, teaching students, or providing excellent service, Teamup users are makers, doers, and thinkers. They share their knowledge in many ways and work creatively.
Many Teamup calendars now book online sessions, tutoring events, and workshops, helping staff, students, and workers stay organized and making communication easier.
- Global College Uses Flexible Sharing and Access
- Teacher Enables Student Autonomy
- Providing Stellar Service with Teamup
Event managers and conference organizers
Many Teamup calendars are used for hosting, organizing, and promoting virtual events. Since virtual events are a big part of everyone’s life now, more and more of our users are finding Teamup helpful for online meetings, workshops, and more.
- Planning an Event Online with Teamup
- CMWorld Virtual Conference Agenda
- UN Web TV Shares Live Schedule
Community organizers and volunteers
It’s a good thing to remind ourselves that, all over the world, people are ready and willing to help each other. We are thrilled when Teamup can be part of good work, non-profit organizations, and community initiatives.
- A Curated Calendar of Online Events for Kids
- Coordinating Meal Delivery to Frontline Workers
- Volunteer 4×4 Response Unit Helps Community
- A Library’s Shared Community Calendar
Researchers and team leaders
Scientific research teams–both on the field and in the lab–use Teamup to stay coordinated. Recently, as research teams at many universities and institutes are re-opening their research labs with safety guidelines, Teamup has been a tool for booking shared space and equipment.
- How These Research Teams Manage Shared Space
- Share Availability and Enable Self-Booking for Teams
- Scheduling Space in Shared Research Labs
- Data Collection and Science in the Field
More user inspiration
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