The beginning of a new year is a time to get inspired, to get organized, not only for today but for a whole new year ahead. If you don’t use the year view in your daily use of Teamup Calendar, it’s time to click the Year tab in the top right and take a moment to think about how it will be filled and what wonderful things you wish to happen over the next 12 months.
Need a quick review of what happened in 2017? Click the arrow to the left of Today to bring up the big picture of the past year. Regardless what we have achieved and where we have been, we are here and now, with a whole new year in front of us, all free for our creativity!
All the best for 2018. Good luck everyone!
Good news for all iPhone and iPad users! Since the release of the new month / week / day views in July, we have made further improvements with the new views, in particular, it loads faster for calendars with large amount of data. The new version is now available on the App Store! Install or update to experience the improved performance and more.
New in the latest version:
- It works now with the iOS 11 (public beta 4)
- Improved calendar loading time and overall performance
- Resolved event sorting order in various views
- Many UI/UX improvements and small bug fixes
Android users: Please upate to the latest version on Google Play!
Please send us your feedback or leave a review. Thank you!
Teamup Calendar can help you organize the signup for an event. Signup is an option that can be activated inside the event editor for each event. If signup is activated, calendar users can sign up for an event with their name and email address. You as the event organizer can easily keep an overview of who have signed up.
Read more at https://calendar.teamup.com/kb/signup-for-an-event/
To see which languages Teamup supports, go to Settings to see the current list of supported languages:
Teamup supported languages
Teamup now supports the following languages in addition to English:
- Chinese (Traditional)
You can set your language as the default in Settings or append a link parameter just to see your calendar in your chosen language. Example: Append ?lang=fr to your link to see your calendar in French.
A story from Peter Tootill, Age UK Malvern, Digital Inclusion Volunteer
We are a group of volunteers who are providing one to one sessions for older people to help them get online. More and more services are going that way these days and relatives are often far flung. So being able to use the internet and email can be a boon.
We work in a small town called Malvern, in the UK, famous, in the UK at least, for its water (the Queen always used to take Malvern Water with her on her travels until the bottling company closed the well down) and an English composer called Edward Elgar.
Organizing big groups is a big task – even more so when that team is spread round multiple areas, constantly travelling, and organizing meetings.
This is a story of a customer that left Teamup for Microsoft 365, then came back to Teamup – After only six months it became clear that the Microsoft solution just wasn’t meeting the needs of such a large team. They were missing the ease and additional functionality of their Teamup calendar.
A medium-sized food manufacturing company sends teams to 4-5 industry tradeshows each year across the United States with anywhere from 4 to 8 staff members attending each show. In the weeks prior to each show the team pre-books meetings with their customers which often involve more than one staff member, for example, a sales rep and a technical rep.
In the past the company created a shared “Tradeshow” calendar in MS Outlook to schedule these meetings, but there were always issues with time zones either while scheduling or once they arrive on site.