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The Data Source Settings allow a user to define the sources, colors, icons, and order of calendars in view.
The Calendar Overlay supports adding SharePoint lists and document libraries as a source. The only requirement is the list/library must have columns that can map to the Title, Start Date, and End Date settings in the configuration dialog.
The Calendar Overlay supports adding Exchange Online and on-premises calendars as a source. This allows a user to define any source with an email address associated to it, such as a User, Microsoft 365 Group, Shared Mailbox, or Resource Account.
The Calendar Overlay supports adding Microsoft Planner Plans as a data source.
The Calendar Overlay offers seamless integration with various enterprise platforms beyond Microsoft 365, allowing organizations to extend its benefits to a wider range of systems. By obtaining the iCal URL from the external platform, you can add it as a data source in the Calendar Overlay iCal data source settings. This allows you to import and overlay calendars from external platforms within the Calendar Overlay, providing a unified view of events and tasks.
The Configuration button allows a user to export and import the current data source configuration. When exporting the data source, a configuration file is downloaded to your local computer. To import the configuration file, select the destination web part in edit mode, select your Data Source type (SharePoint or Exchange), and then select the Import option and pick the local configuration file to upload. The import function does an append action only and will not overwite the existing connections configured.
The Default View setting allows a user to define which view loads by default for all users of the Calendar Overlay. All users can change their view with the view selector, however the default view is always shown when the Calendar Overlay is loaded. The default setting is Month.
The Available Views setting allows a user to configure which calendar views are available for all users of the Calendar Overlay to select. The default settings are Month, Week, Day, and List. Additionally, you can select Week Summary and Day Summary.
The Display Calendar Legend setting allows a user to toggle the visibility of the legend of configured calendar sources displayed above the calendar. The default setting is On.
The Enable Legend Dropdowns settings allows a user toggle the visibility of the calendar legend menus for configured calendars. The legend dropdown allows all users of the Calendar Overlay to add new events to the associated calendar (if permissions allow), navigate to the calendar source, and toggle the visibility of the calendar in their view. The default setting is On.
The Events Per Day setting allows a user to define the number of events per day to show on the calendar. Additional events are displayed when clicking on the + more text on the date. The default value is 4 events per day.
The Calendar Height Mode setting allows a user to set the scaling of height for the Calendar Overlay. The following options are:
These settings allow users to toggle the visibility of event start and end times on the Calendar Overlay. The default setting is On.
Upgrading to the most recent version of the Cloudwell Calendar Overlay is simple.
None at this time
You can find the latest release notes and build version information here.
You can find a list of frequently asked questions here.