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I provided code to use jQuery FullCalendar for a previous issue: Fetching items from sharepoint list and attaching in Fullcalendar with JSOM Let me know if you need help with that code. I updated the code to strip out most of the fullcalendar stuff so you can use this code for just about any calendar that accepts a JSON array. You just need to modify ...


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After a few tests. The best way this can be done is by creating a template and transferring it to the new site collection.


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Out of the box no. Your non-programming way of a possible solution: Create a task list to capture tasks Create a workflow on the form library. Promote the infopath date item to a SharePoint field and when the form is saved, have the workflow create a task in the task list. Have users connect the task list to Outlook. The other options available ...


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I faced the same problem and came up with an simple SharePoint Designer Workflow. (It's in German, but I'm sure you get the idea) First I check if a my column "duty" is one of the possible dropdown options. Then I set the titel to the person and add also the duty. So the title looks like: That's all. Of cource set the workflow to run on item created ...


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It's a bit of a bummer but you can't use the JSLink control on the Calender views (they don't load). For any other list that would be my suggestion. So in this case you can use Script web part or a custom CSS file and include the following .ms-acal-time{ display:none; } Don't use the default calendar and instead use something like ...


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So... answered my own question. I changed the script slightly to call setTimeout for 1 second to delay the script just long enough for sp.ribbon.js to finish loading.


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You need to remove the field from the view in your browser. Go to your datasheet view, then click the List tab in the ribbon and select Modify View. Deselect Recurrance and click OK/Save.


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For this I would use a custom list, it works like a table in a database. You can create the structure you want and after this create a form with InfoPath for input the data. With a workflow you can add this data automatically to a calendar, or do whatever you want with this raw data. You can follow this tutorial for creating custom lists: SharePoint ...


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I would use a calendar for this. A calendar is a type of list you can add out of the box. Fields like start date etc. Are already present and you can add extra columns to make it a real vacation form. For the automatic email you can create a workflow via SharePoint Designer that sends the mail when a new item is created in The list. Or you can attach The ...


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Ok Can you just go to your color coded calendar.Edit that page and add HTML Form webpart and inside <style type=text\css></style>.Add following CSS .ms-acal-color3{ BACKGROUND-COLOR: #C0362C } .ms-acal-selcolor3{ BACKGROUND-COLOR: #C0362C } .ms-acal-apanel-color3{ BORDER-COLOR: #C3B7AC; BACKGROUND-COLOR: #C0362C; } .ms-acal-color4{ ...


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Currently changing the colors listed in the drop down box within one site theme is not available, both in SharePoint Online and SharePoint .ms-acal-color# { BACKGROUND-COLOR: #xxxxxx } .ms-acal-selcolor# { BACKGROUND-COLOR: #xxxxxx } .ms-acal-apanel-color# { BORDER-COLOR: #xxxxxx; BACKGROUND-COLOR: #xxxxxx; } The above 3 classes of styles ...



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