Create time-specific events easily by clicking and dragging over the desired hours in the Day or Week view.
Click or click and drag across the desired hours or days, then release to open the event editor.
Use the Year calendar view to see the big picture for your planning.
Use the calendar view that works best for you: the multi-week view is a more flexible monthly viewing option.
In the Filter section, select a sub-calendar and enter a keyword and you'll see only events from the selected sub-calendar that contain the keyword.
Put a keyword or keywords into the filter box to quickly see events that contain it.
Filter sub-calendars from the calendar list by typing in text that appears in the sub-calendar name.
Use the filter box to select the sub-calendar you want to use as a filter, and the calendar will show only the events on...
To easily show events from only a single sub-calendar, click the eye icon on the right side of the sub-calendar.
With one click, you can turn all events off of view for a completely clean calendar. Another click, and they're back on.
Sometimes you want to see an all-day event next to your scheduled events, not pinned to the top of the calendar.
Make it clear that an event takes place in a known place, here is the address of that place and the map to help...
All event times on display (in event viewer or editor or event page)are relative to the time zone displayed in the time zone indicator...
A user asked: “We will be sharing the calendar with people who live across the U.S. How can we set the meeting time (in...
A customer asked the following: “I created a calendar for each employee and would like give them permission to edit their own calendar. However,...
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