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You can use a calendar list to store team events, including meetings, social events, and all-day events.

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No, you cannot have a list within a list (document libraries are also lists).
answered Mar 4 '13 by John Chapman
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The Chinese Lunar Calendar only becomes available when the regional settings of the site itself is set to Chinese. Simply changing the user language does not accomplish this. …
answered Oct 8 '13 by John Chapman
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One way to achieve this is through the calendar overlays feature. Create a view for each category. Then create a view that displays nothing (filter by date or something that excludes everything). Then add an overlay for each category view. …
answered Oct 22 '11 by John Chapman
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There isn't anyway to do this out of the box with SharePoint and I am unaware of any purchasable third-party or open source solution to this scenario. With that said, you could accomplish this with a …
answered Oct 29 '12 by John Chapman
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You could do this with SharePoint Designer workflows in SharePoint 2010. The workflow can start when the items is added or created and then pause until a specified date hits. You could use the item' …
answered Oct 23 '12 by John Chapman
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In your "DateChanged" event for the first control, you can set the "MinDate" property of the second control. That is the property that prevents any dates prior to the set date from being selected. S …
answered Dec 5 '13 by John Chapman
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As long as you are using the standard calendar with no customizations that affect the normal columns, the Description should show up as the body of the calendar event when viewing it in Outlook. If … you are not seeing this, I would try creating a new calendar with no customizations. Add some events with descriptions and connect to Outlook. …
answered Oct 14 '11 by John Chapman
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The issue is that SharePoint isn't going to the calendar via the same path as the end user, meaning it doesn't go out to the load balancer on HTTPS and then back to the SharePoint server as HTTP … . Since you have HTTPS terminating at the load balancer, when SharePoint goes to access the HTTPS URL for the calendar, it is simply looping back to itself (no load balancer). The issue you are probably …
answered Sep 12 '11 by John Chapman
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When you are viewing a SharePoint 2010 Calendar, if you hover over a day, it will show the "Add" link. Clicking that will default the date to the date you hovered over. …
answered Apr 16 '12 by John Chapman
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This may not be the most ideal solution, but it has worked for me in a similar situation: in MOSS, save the list as a list template with the content included. Then create a new list from that templat …
answered Jan 27 '12 by John Chapman