Things change. You may need to move an event to another date or another sub-calendar. There are multiple ways to do so easily on Teamup.
Move events to another date and time
Option 1: Drag and drop in a grid view
In any of the grid views (Day, Multi-Day, Scheduler, Week, Multi-Week, Month, Timeline, Year), simply drag the event you want to move and drop it to the date you want. If possible, choose a view with the date range covering both the old date/time and the new date/time of the event you want to move. For example, use the Day or Scheduler or Week view to move an event from 9AM Monday to 3PM Wednesday. Or use the year view if you need to move an event from February to November.
Option 2: Right-click to open the context menu
Right-click an event and select Move to from the context menu, then select the date you want to move the event to.
Option 3: Edit the event
Click the event to open it in the event editor where you can change the date and time as needed. For an hour-specific event, sometimes it’s quick to just start typing the time then select from the smart drop-down list of options.
Move events to another sub-calendar
Option 1: Drag and drop in the Scheduler view
The Scheduler view displays events on one day with one column for each visible sub-calendar. Drag an event from one column to another, say from col A to col C would change the sub-calendar assigned to the event from sub-calendar A to sub-calendar C. While you can’t change the date, you can change the time by dropping it to a different time slot.
Option 2: Drag and drop in the Timeline view
The Timeline view displays events on a date range up to 30 weeks with one row for each visible sub-calendar. Drag an event from one row to another, say from row A to row C would change the sub-calendar assigned to the event from sub-calendar A to sub-calendar C. You can move an event to any of the visible date and time. Make sure to adjust the date range and zoom level as well as scroll vertically or horizontally to cover your start and end date/time. Scroll vertically or toggle sub-calendars to make sure the sub-calendars you need are visible.
Option 3: Edit the event
Open the event and select a different sub-calendar or multiple sub-calendars. If there are many sub-calendars on the drop-down list, simply start typing a word you know that is in the name of the sub-calendar. The smart filtering function shortens the list as you type so you can select the one you need quickly.
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