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Collect Calendars in a Single View

Roll-up and organize calendar events from SharePoint, Microsoft Exchange, Google or External Content Type into one calendar in SharePoint for straightforward planning of tasks or projects.

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Color Code events based on Calendar Source or Event Type

Color code events based on different calendar sources or event categories to avoid confusion making it easy to separate business schedules from personal ones.

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Drag and Drop to Rearrange Events

To rearrange the date of an event, simply drag and drop it. To change the events timeframe, just stretch the event to incorporate the correct time duration for the event. Changes can be automatically synced to the data sources.

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Chronologically List Events from all Calendars

Calendar Rollup includes a new Agenda view to chronologically list events, including their descriptions such as event type, recurrences and location from all calendars, enabling users to quickly see and understand events in one area.

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Quick Access to Event Details through Tooltip

Define columns to be displayed in a tooltip interface when a user hovers over events. This allows users to retrieve essential information quickly, without leaving a page.

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Filter Events by Conditions

Filter events by columns and conditions to quickly track events. Logical operators can be used to create filter criteria. Users can choose to display the filter in calendar view.

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Print Calendar Events

Users can quickly and easily print any calendar view (Day, Week, Month, Agenda View, filtered view) or save the calendar view as a PDF file so that they can conveniently check events anytime, anywhere.

Control Access to Calendar

Control user access to edit events on the Calendar Rollup Web Part. You can give users access by maintaining the same permission settings with SharePoint or allow specific users to edit events.

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