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Create calendar within your site with unique permission. Go to advance settings of the Calendar List and setup permissions. See below screenshot from advanced settings window. Hope it helps. ]1


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You can create more than one calendar (app) in your SharePoint site and SharePoint sub-site. If it requires 'unique access' were only a few can view and edit, create within the site with 'unique access'. If it can or needs to be viewed by many, but edited by a few, create at the top level of the site. Then edit the permissions to create a different ...


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I can't understand exactly what you want to do. But if you want 3 lines of information in for a calendar placed in a web part, you can follow these steps:- Go to your Calendar List and select Calendar. Then from the drop down for current view select current events. Now click on the List and click on modify this view. Now uncheck all the meta-datas(columns) ...


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Try viewing the calendar and looking on the left side under the small calendar for "calendars in view" See if there are more to add in there.


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If you want a view to show all events scheduled for Today, when the items span multiple days, then I suggest you use an algorithm to detect overlapping events with today inside your view. So you would add a view with three filter columns in the AND: End Time is greater than or equal to [Today] AND Start Time is less than or equal to [Today] AND Recurrence ...


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You can use Start Time = Greater than or equal to [Today] and End Time = Less than or equal to [Today]



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