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I'm trying to delete the time-related information when I want to add a Calendar event. I did check the Event content type which has "Date only" option selected. However, the same is not reflecting in the Calendar. It still shows the time-related info.

I even tried creating a new content type based on the event view and still no luck.

If I add new date columns in the Calendar, and when trying to create an event with different Start Date and End Date, it shows up in a single cell in Calendar view.

Any suggestions?

  • Why you need to delete the time data? If it is about display, you may hide the the field with CSS. Or you may set every event a "all day" event. – Mark L May 4 '16 at 6:11
  • Hi Mark, I agree that you can hide the time using CSS. But in the actual list, it still takes the time 12:00 AM for both Start and End date fields – Chandra Shekhar May 4 '16 at 11:35
  • What is the problem using 12:00 for both start and end, if you don't care the time after all? – Mark L May 5 '16 at 7:34
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You can use a calculated field and set its value to this :

=CONCATENATE(YEAR([StartDate]))

Then you can display only this field and hide the defaults start and end dates.

Edit: This will only display the year part of the date, but I'm sure you'll find how you can display exactly what you want (month, day, ...).

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If you are trying to create new Start date and End date with date only field, it will consider time as 12:00 AM. So if you select 4/5/2016 to 5/5/2016, It will show in single cell only.

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