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The full-size calendar can't be minimized and saved in that state on a wiki page. You have a couple of options: Change the page over to a web part page (or even just a non-wiki page) and then change the part as minimized and save the page. It should save minimized there. Change the view on the wiki page calendar web part to Summary View, apply the change ...


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You cannot do this with the UI, but you can do it with PowerShell or C# code. The internal names of the columns are fRecurrence and fAllDayEvent and the property you want to set is Hidden. So you can update the associated FieldLinks of the Content Type with code like this (PowerShell): $ctype = $myList.ContentTypes["Event"] ...


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Take the last backup and restore it to a new site collection. Make a granular backup from central admin on the calendar list. Restore the granular backup calendar to your lost calendar.


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It is not implemented and I don't see they will be doing it on priority. The reason being SharePoint is a global product and it is being used world wide. Hence targeting US holidays only helps customers in US. You can try the workaround suggested by creating a Shared Mailbox Calendar and overlaying it to SharePoint.


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You can use below mentioned link to change color code of calendar events. https://www.premierpointsolutions.com/training/help-and-how-to-articles/color-code-events-on-a-sharepoint-calendar/ In above link, they display to differentiate the category of events. you can change the column from category to Created By in filter of the view.



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