There are 2 types of calendars that you may view:
1. Private calendar – When an appointment or meeting is created in private calendar, other people cannot see details of the item. Nothing will be published without your approval. Only people you have chosen can view the items.
2. Shared calendar – If there are some situations where you need other people to see your items in the calendar, than you can create a shared calendar that is accessible to everyone in your organization (or selected people you choose). Shared calendars let you see when people are free or busy at any time.
To share a calendar in the City Network WebClient, do the following:
3. Resources – A calendar resource is anything you schedule that is not an event. For example, people may need to reserve a meeting room. Other examples include projectors, pool cars or any other equipment that the people can schedule a time to use.
Permanent calendar colors
City Network WebClient currently enables assigning a color to an active calendar. The colors are persistent when deactivating and activating calendars. Once a color is assigned to a calendar, such color is used even after deactivating and activating calendar. Definition of colors is unique for each user.
Alice has shared her calendar to Bob and Cecile. Cecile assigns red color to Alice’s calendar (since this moment, Alice’s calendar will always be red in Cecile’s WebClient). Bob assigns blue color to Alice’s calendar (since this moment, Alice’s calendar will always be blue in Bob’s WebClient)
Order of appointments in calendar view
City Network WebClient merges calendar items from multiple calendars into a column representing day in a week or a month view. The order is as follows: items from multiple calendars that have the same start time and end time will be sorted in the same order whenever possible. The order of colors is determined by the order of calendars in the folder tree. To avoid any confusion, let’s consider following scenarios:
If subsequent time slots contain just items from the same active calendars, these will be sorted as “same colors below the previous line”. If subsequent time slots contain items from same four active calendars and fifth calendar differs between timeslots, these may not be sorted as “same colors below the initial line”, even though the order will be kept.
If subsequent time slots contain items from different number of active calendars, these may not be sorted as “same colors below the initial line”, even though the order will be kept.
Work week view in calendar
There will be a new “work week view” in City Network WebClient calendar (apart from existing day / week / month views) included in future releases. The specification of days that belong into a work week will be available under AdministratorSettings of WebClient (by default Monday - Friday).The folder where you want to create an entry is highlighted in the Parent Folder panel so you know where you will be creating your new folder.