The Table View

Table view provides a spreadsheet-like tabular view of calendar events. Each event field is displayed in its own column, including custom fields. Like all the other calendar views, events can be filtered and sorted by various criteria. A unique ability of the Table view is that it supports custom fields for numerical values and displays the sum for selected events.

Take a look at this demo calendar or try a live demo calendar yourself.

Event fields in separate columns

With a single click, you can now switch from a calendar grid to a spreadsheet-like display of your calendar:

In Table view, event details show in separate columns. The Type column, above, is a custom field.

Working with Table view

In Table view, you can adjust the display and easily work with your calendar data:

  • Set the date range to display from a single day up to an entire year:
  • Hide any column from view to display only the relevant details.
  • Move any column to the left or right.
  • Sort data by one or more columns:
Sort by one or more columns in Table view.

Numeric sums in Table view

Number field contents

Teamup supports custom event fields. These can be used to collect numerical information about calendar events. The contents of any Number field type will be summed up automatically in the bottom of the table view:

In Table view, the contents of a number field will automatically sum in the last row.

Sum for event times

A noteworthy function of the Table View is to show the sum for event duration. This can be enabled in the configuration shown above. The sum of the event duration is displayed in the footer row of the Start column. It is important to note that all-day events and time-based events are summed up separately and a sum is shown for each category.

Learn more how to use the sum for event duration. 

Configuration of Table view

Table view is highly configurable. You can choose to display or hide event fields in the table columns.

Default configuration

Go to Settings > Calendar Views to enable Table view and/or change the default configuration:

You can always show or hide columns when working in Table view, as well. Table view supports text wrapping; check the Wrap Content box to enable it by default.

Custom fields

If custom fields are added to the calendar, they will automatically show in the configuration list and can be set to display by default:

Custom field contents shown in a column in Table view

Event history

The Created column shows the date and time that the event was created. The Updated column shows the date and time that the event was last updated:

In the Updated column, a gray asterisk icon indicates that the event has not been modified.



Updated on August 29, 2022
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