Control the Order of Sub-Calendars and Folders

Teamup sub-calendars and folders are ordered alphanumerically, by default. Folders will be ordered this way, and the sub-calendars inside the folders are ordered alphanumerically as well. Sub-calendars which are not in folders are ordered between top-level folders.

Here’s an example:

Sub-calendars and folders are ordered alphanumerically
Alphanumeric ordering of folders and sub-calendars.

In some cases, however, you may want to arrange your folders and/or sub-calendars in some other way. You can control the ordering by using numbers and symbols to arrange them as you wish.

For example, in this calendar, the sub-calendars within each folder are ordered by number. The numbers supersede the alphabetical ordering of the sub-calendar titles:

Sub-calendars and folders are ordered alphanumerically
Numbers and symbols control the order.

You can also see that the sub-calendar for Community Events has an asterisk before the title. This keeps it at the top of the sub-calendar list. You can use other keyboard symbols to control how sub-calendars and folders are ordered, too. Here’s a chart that shows how these ASCII symbols are sorted, in ascending order:

order of ASCII symbols to use in arranging sub-calendars
See more details here.

Just check the order of the keyboard symbols, then use them to control the ordering of your sub-calendars and/or folders.

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