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How to Change the Time Resolution on Grid Views

For calendar views with a time grid, all calendar users can configure the resolution of the time grid (browser only). Calendar administrators can set a default time resolution in Settings > Calendar Views.

Adjusting the time resolution

Teamup supports a configurable calendar grid time resolution, short for calendar resolution, for views with a time grid:

  • Day view
  • Scheduler view
  • Week view
  • Multi-day view

The calendar resolution can be set in increments of 5, 10, 15, 30 or 60 minutes.

All users: Change the time resolution

All users can change the calendar resolution from the calendar menu in the top right corner.

Set the calendar resolution for your current browser session (all users)
  1. Open your calendar in a browser.
  2. Click the blue menu button in the top right and select Calendar Resolution.
  3. Choose the preferred resolution, from 5 minutes to 60 minutes.

The resolution you set in this way will only apply for the current browser session. When you open the calendar in a new browser session, the calendar will return to the default time resolution.

Note: If the Default Event Duration (in Settings > Date and Time) is set to Automatic, the calendar time resolution you select will cause the default event duration to shift as well, for the remainder of that browser session. See details here.

Admins: Set the default time resolution

Teamup’s default time resolution is set to 30 minute increments. If you are the calendar administrator, you can adjust the default value for the calendar resolution by going to Settings > Calendar Views:

Set the default time resolution in Settings (administrator only).

When to change the calendar resolution

  • When event titles are not fully displayed in calendar view. This may happen if there is not enough space in the event box for the title to fully display. See this tip.
  • When you need to create a series of events for a specific time increment. For example, if you need to schedule several 15-minute meetings, adjust the time resolution to 15 minutes to make the process faster. 
  • When you need to create events that begin or end at “odd” times, for example, 11:35 to 11:55, or 12:20 to 12:50. If your calendar resolution is set to 5 minutes or 10 minutes, as appropriate, you can simply drag your mouse over the grid to preselect the duration in the event editor.
Updated on April 10, 2023
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