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In a similar case, the issue is that there was many "category" columns on Sharepoint, but only in the Site Column called "Categories", configured as type: Single line of text, could be updated directly from an event created on Outlook. Site Column options is located at: (Sharepoint Site): Site Settings\Galleries\Site Columns. This case refers to the use of: ...


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Check whether the view has a Filter, someone might have customized it. Click Edit View in the ribbon, scroll down to the Filter section and remove any unwanted filters.


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I would probably turn on versioning (major and minor), require content approval, and set "Who should see draft items" to "Only users who can approve items." Then I'd write a workflow that first checks the category. If the category doesn't equal OFF or Schedule Change, publish and approve a major version. Else, look up requestor's manager from user profile ...


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You may use Sharepoint Designer Workflow approach, Create a Choice field which hold the value of different departments in the Master Calendar. If it is already present then it is great. Make thge column mandatory Create a SharePoint Designer list workflow for Master calendar list, which will get triggered on Adding of the item. Based on the user selection ...


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More info on Calendar lists in SharePoint @ https://aspnetguru.wordpress.com/2007/06/01/understanding-the-sharepoint-calendar-and-how-to-export-it-to-ical-format/


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In context of your comment on the above answer It seems that you want to change the color of calendar event without changing the theme. I am having an approach for you. As I achieved it near past when I was having requirement to change the color of Calendar based on the event category. What I did was, I edited the page on which calendar view was placed. ...


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The calendar colors are based on your sites style/theme. So my guess is that you are using a non default theme (or perhaps you created your own) on the sites that are showing black, and the default one on the one that shows blue. If you click the gear in the top corner, then click change the look, you'll see the color palette for each theme. Typically the ...



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