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Use below script <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function(){ var oTable = document.getElementsByTagName("table"); if (oTable != null) { for (i = 0; i < oTable.length; i++) { var table = oTable.item(i); if (table.className == "ms-acal-month") { for (var c = 0; c < table.rows.length; ...


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This is by design and I am not sure why they made it like that. There's a nice workaround with calculated columns that can query this column http://gunnarpeipman.com/2007/10/filtering-sharepoint-calendar-by-start-time/


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First of all triggering email on a daily basis is not fall into the workflow category. Workflows are there to automate business processes. For this type of requirement you should develop a SharePoint timer job. And schedule it to run every night. The job should pick up the events for next day and sent it to respective persons. This approach has following ...


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I was working on a staff rota and came up with a sort of solution that allows the team to see what they should be doing on any particular day in a sort of Group Calendar. Basically - stop thinking of a date as a date, but think of it as a piece of text that is ordered by column number that just happens to look like a date. I created a spreadsheet of dates ...


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When you add SharePoint calendar to Outlook it basically creates a new Calendar in Outlook. In Outlook, in Calendar, the SharePoint calendar is added under Other Calendars. If the check boxes are selected for the SharePoint calendar and your default Outlook calendar, both calendars appear together in Side-By-Side Calendar view. Make sure you are adding ...


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The only out of the box option in this scenario is enabling Content Approval. List Settings -> Versioning Settings -> Require Content Approval for submitted items Once this is enabled You can choose who can see the draft versions. Finally only approved version will get listed in the calendar. In case of document library we have another option of Forced ...


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While logged in to your Office 365 Outlook Web Access page, click on the settings icon next to your name and pick options. On the left hand side menu, choose "Settings", then in top breadcrumb pick "calendar" and voila, now you can pick your calendars appearance with regards to which days you want to show up in your calendar views. Hope this helps


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Shame to admit, but this issue was resolved by enabling Compatibility View in MSIE 11.0.


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The important step here is to use calendar overlays for all the different calendar views you created and color code them. The link Waqar has provided has step by step process to achieve it.


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This is not a calendar setting rather this is the Regional Settings of the site. To change Site Settings -> Regional Settings -> "Define Your Work Week" -> Start Time & End Time


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For your first part, there isn't something out of the box that can handle it. You can either Use some custom Javascript code to change the input to a dropdown, and save the value into the textbox. SPServices, http://spservices.codeplex.com/documentation, may have something that can do that Add a separate field for location that is a dropdown, keep the ...


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Option 1 You should create a custom content type based on Event Item. Then you should create custom Add & Edit form to handle hide/show fields. Option 2 Using SharePoint Designer you can edit editform.aspx and add JavaScript code which does the show/hide based on checkbox selection



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