How has the first month of the new year and new decade been for you and your team? We’re working hard on updates to make Teamup better and more helpful. Now you can hide weekends with a new link parameters, plus learn how to avoid spreadsheet scheduling as you get organized and manage projects, teams, and more.
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Customize calendar view to hide weekends
Link parameters are short snippets you can add to any calendar link for a customized view. It allows you to create a specific look for a calendar without overriding your normal global settings. Parameters can do things like hide the sidebar or force the calendar to open on a specific date.
We’ve just added a new link parameter to hide weekends. We hope this will be helpful for our users who want a workweek view of their calendar!
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External billing page for calendar admins
Sometimes you may wish to send your calendar’s billing information to someone in your organization, but not grant administrative calendar access. We’ve made it easy to handle this situation: there is now the option to open an external billing page.
To do so, open your Teamup calendar as an administrator. Go to Settings > Subscriptions. Below the button to enter billing details, there is a blue link to open the billing form in a separate page:
You can open this form and share it with someone who needs to handle the billing process, but does not need administrator access to the calendar.
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11 Practical time management resolutions
You want to spend your time on what matters most to you: work that is interesting and challenging, projects that are fulfilling, time with people you care about, activities and events that you enjoy. And you want to spend less time on the things that don’t matter, or aren’t so enjoyable: the mundane, repetitive tasks which may be necessary, but unsatisfying on their own.
Efficiency is a way to gain more freedom and autonomy. When you reduce complexity and find simple solutions, you free up your time and energy for other things. Here are some calendar and time-management resolutions to help you become more efficient in the new year.
🔗 11 Practical Time Management Resolutions for an Efficient Year
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Print your 2020 calendar
Combine your own photos or inspiration images with Teamup’s blank printable calendar templates. The result is a visual reminder that’s both personal and meaningful–connected to your goals and priorities–and that helps you plan and organize practically to move forward toward those goals. Check out our collection of Teamup-powered Printable 2020 Annual and Monthly Calendars for inspiration, or see create a printable version of your own calendar. See the article linked below for instructions and more links.
🔗 How to Create and Print Your Personal 2020 Calendar
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No more spreadsheet scheduling
One major area of frustration that keeps coming up is the pain, inefficiency, and time-consuming nature of working with spreadsheets. Spreadsheets often become the default way to manage, well, everything. In some cases, they’re perfect! But in many cases, particularly for time-related planning, scheduling, and tracking, they work poorly and cost more time and energy than they should.
We want to look at ‘the Excel problem’ and see if we can find better, easier ways to do the scheduling work… without the spreadsheets. See our first two posts on this topic below, and stay tuned for more!
🔗 Leave Spreadsheet Planning Behind
🔗A Spreadsheet Planning Alternative for 5 Business Needs
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