SharePoint Calendar Views

The original SharePoint Calendar view has a basic Month (i.e. from Mondays to Sundays) structure. Using other views, you could utilize filters and designs to highlight your calendar statistics in various ways.
There are a limited number of view forms, however, you can choose to create a custom SharePoint Calendar view.

Modify the Range of the Calendar

Modifying the range of timing to highlight daily or weekly is the easiest SharePoint calendar view preferences.
Select calendar, click on the Calendar tab on the ribbon and then select Day, Week, or Month in the scope group.

This will provide a temporary update for the calendar. You’ll need to make a custom view if you want to alter the original range of the schedule permanently.

Taking an example from SharePoint 2013 calendar, the process is comparable to producing SharePoint 2010 calendar view.

Custom SharePoint Calendar Views

Select ‘Create View’ on the calendar tab.

Different SharePoint Calendar view preferences for various arrangement types are shown on the adjacent screen.

Choose the position category on the flanking screen. It is possible for you to restrain a view name, unrestricted or private access, convert columns and their vetting alternatives and sort the output. Further, you can set several filters for deep customization.

Standard SharePoint calendar view

It is possible to apply Standard Calendar view that will exhibit upshots in an orderly list of it being displayed as a matrix of days. It’s much easier to display events on the same screen.

Principle View, with Expanded Recurring Events

The above SharePoint calendar view has great resemblance to Standard view. It provides the ability of presenting your catalogue and library object’s row by row, to let you look at each sample of a recurring effect.

Calendar View

In generating SharePoint calendar view, you can be able to modify the scope and select the column of materials you want discernable in the various calendar views. Options such as sorting, object limits, totals and dash are unavailable for this SharePoint calendar view, unlike the previous case.

Datasheet View

An excel spreadsheet is one of the packages included in the Datasheet view. This view is fitting for completing enormous proofreading tasks, lists of event or customization. It also can be used to filter and rank by default and by selecting column headers.

Gantt View

This view might prove valuable for SharePoint task management and for exhibiting associations and reliance between tasks. It is a useful instrument to detect which tasks override the other. Title Column, Start date, Deadline, Percentage completed and antecedents (optional) are all contained in the default SharePoint task roll for Gantt Chart.

Showing Custom Views

It is now possible to apply created SharePoint Calendar views to SharePoint Calendar using List View and Selected view. Select “List Views” on the edit mode on the Calendar side.

Now, select your preferred SharePoint Calendar View from the “Selected View” drop-down menu. Make sure to save changes.

You can install ready-to-use solution from VirtoSoftware, which allows you to synchronize all your calendars from SharePoint, MS Exchange, SalesForce and etc. You can apply any combination of RGB for coloring events according to their category and use many other features of this web part. Learn more about SharePoint Calendar.

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