1. Home
  2. Calendar Views
  3. How to Display Multiple Calendar Views for Consecutive Periods
  1. Home
  2. Quick Tips
  3. How to Display Multiple Calendar Views for Consecutive Periods

How to Display Multiple Calendar Views for Consecutive Periods

Teamup supports nine calendar views and countless ways to customize 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 and header parameters can be appended to control the display.

Using large screens to display views of consecutive days or months

The screen below shows 3 large TV screens that display calendar views of the same calendar for the current month, the next month, and the month after the next.  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.

Embedding into a web page

The following screen shows the calendar views of 3 consecutive days of a lab reservation calendar with multiple link parameters applied:


It is the result of embedding three iframe tag sets of the calendar into a simple web page (remove the space after the first < and replace the calendar key with yours) as shown below:

  1. Today: < iframe src=”https://teamup.com/ksxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx?showHeader=0&showViewSelector=0&view=d” width=”38%” height=”100%” frameborder=”0″>
  2. Tomorrow: < iframe src=”https://teamup.com/ksxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx?date=+1day&view=d&sidepanel=c&showHeader=0&showViewSelector=0″ width=”30%” height=”100%” frameborder=”0″>
  3. The day after tomorrow: < iframe src=”https://teamup.com/ksxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx?date=+2day&view=d&sidepanel=c&showHeader=0&showViewSelector=0″ width=”30%” height=”100%” frameborder=”0″>

The same method can be applied to show a calendar in the scheduler view displaying staff schedule for the upcoming three days. Click here to see a live demo displaying today, tomorrow, and the day after tomorrow.

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.

Updated on March 11, 2021