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How to Search Teamup Calendar

With Teamup Calendar, you have three powerful ways to search your calendar: Teamup’s built-in search function, the search functionality of your browser, and Teamup’s built-in filters.

The first search method is the calendar’s built-in search box. You’ll find it in the top right of your calendar:

Using the search function in your Teamup Calendar

 

Click the search icon and the full search dialog window will open, along with the search results if you have already entered a keyword.

Using the search function in your Teamup Calendar

You can view event details in search results, without opening the individual events. Look for the Details checkbox in the search dialog. Check it to see event details displayed in the search results:

Using the search function in your Teamup Calendar

Good to know:

  • Note that you can use search operators to get more specific search results.
  • By default, the start date is six months in the past and the end date is six months in the future for the calendar’s built-in search box. You can adjust these start and end dates. Click the start date or end date field to open the date picker and select the date range you wish to search.
  • Click the arrow to the left of Today to set the date range to the past one year; click the arrow to the right of Today to set the date range to the future one year.

The second search method is to use the List View with Show details checked, then hit Ctrl+f (Cmd+f on Mac) to bring up your browser’s search box.  Enter your keyword and press Enter. The results will appear as highlighted terms within the calendar blocks on your screen. You can search up to one year of calendar data at a time.

Filtering

You can use Teamup’s built-in filters to filter events by keywords, sub-calendar, or custom event field contents. You can use filters in combination, as well. Find the filters on the left control panel of your calendar, below the list of sub-calendars. Here’s more information about filters.

Learn more:

Keywords: search events, text search, filter calendar data

Updated on March 7, 2019

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