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How to Adjust Default Settings in Table View

Table view is a powerful calendar view for working with your calendar data in a spreadsheet-like format. Calendar admins can go to Settings > Calendar Views and scroll to Table View section to adjust the defaults for this view.

Default options for Table view

Note that you can adjust Table view to your preference when using it, and override the defaults as needed. When you initiate a new browser session, Table view will reset to show the defaults again.

Default date range

Choose which date range Table view will show by default.

Wrap content

Check the box if you wish to have cell contents wrapped by default.

Sum for event times

Check the box if you wish to have Table view show the sum of event times for displayed events in the bottom row.

Default sorting preference for date/time

You can set a default sorting order for the Start column, which displays the starting date and time for each event. (All-day events will show only the start date.)

The Start column displays the starting date and time for each event. Set the sorting preference to ascending (i.e., chronological, A-Z) or descending (i.e., Z-A, reverse chronological) for this column.

Here the Start column is sorted in Ascending (A-Z) order, showing events in chronological order:

Note that you can always change the sorting order from the default while working with Table view.

Set default columns

In Table view, each calendar field displays as a separate column. You can choose which columns show by default in Table view by using the checkbox next to each column. You can always hide or show columns as needed when using Table view.

Adjust column width

When using Table view, you can adjust the column width just like you would in a spreadsheet. Drag the border of a column to adjust the width as you wish:

See more about Table view.

Updated on November 16, 2022