Glossary terms

Glossary

What are folders?

Folder organization allows you to group your sub-calendars into folders. You can nest folders for an organizational hierarchy.
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What is the event editor?

In the event editor, you can customize the details of your event, set details for scheduling and recurrence, and upload images and files.
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What are filters?

Filters are the search tools included in a Teamup calendar. Filters make it easy to find the specific information or events you need, even...
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What are access permissions?

Access permissions determine what a user can do on a sub-calendar. For example, a read-only permission allows a user to view the events on...
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What is a calendar link?

A calendar link is a custom URL that is used to access as Teamup calendar. All users, both individuals and groups, use a custom...
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What are calendar views?

Take advantage of all of Teamup's unique calendar views to see your schedule in the way that works best for you. Customize your calendar...
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What is an administrator link?

An administrator link is the key to your master calendar; it allows access to your calendar settings, and should be kept secure.
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What’s the difference between a master calendar and sub-calendars?

Sub-calendars are individual calendars that are contained within your master calendar. You can create and organize multiple sub-calendars.
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