How to Display Multiple Calendar Views for Consecutive Periods

Teamup supports nine calendar views and countless ways to filter events displayed on the screen.  Less obvious is to use link parameters to display events in consecutive periods, such as today, tomorrow, the day after tomorrow. The date parameters can be appended

Embedding into a web page

Showing below is an example of a calendar in the scheduler view displaying events for three consecutive days. Click here to see it live displaying today, tomorrow, and the day after tomorrow.

scheduler view in 3 consecutive days

It is the result of embedding three iframe tag sets of the calendar into a simple web page (remove the space after the first <) as shown below:
< iframe src=”https://teamup.com/kssw8ur79no2d5zh36?view=s&sidepanel=c” width=”33%” height=”100%” frameborder=”0″>
< iframe src=”https://teamup.com/kssw8ur79no2d5zh36?date=+1day&view=s&sidepanel=c” width=”33%” height=”100%” frameborder=”0″>
< iframe src=”?date=+1day&view=s&sidepanel=c?date=+2day&view=s&sidepanel=c” width=”33%” height=”100%” frameborder=”0″>

Be sure to replace the sample calendar URL https://teamup.com/kssw8ur79no2d5zh36 with your calendar URL, and open the HTML file inside the browser. Please make sure that the link you use for the embedding has the proper access permissions. Do not use your administrator link unless the embedded page is only for your own use.

Using large screens to display each day or month

The same method can be used to display calendars of the current month, the next month, and the month after the next. Shown below is calendar views of three consecutive months are display on a set of large TV screens. In this case, the parameters used are ?date=+1month, etc.

3 consecutive month calendar views are displayed on large tv screens.

3 consecutive month calendar views displayed on large tv screens.

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