In this section, we’ll cover getting started with Baserow calendar views. Visit this support section to learn more about views in general.
The Calendar view is a feature available exclusively for Premium users. Users on the free plan cannot create or use the Calendar view. If your account doesn’t have access to the premium features, you cannot use the Calendar unless you upgrade your plan.
The Calendar view allows users to view, interact with, and visualize information according to dates. It is particularly useful for managing resources, planning, and scheduling. With the Calendar view, you can easily see how table rows correspond to specific dates, making it an effective way to keep track of events, deadlines, schedules, and other important information.
To use the calendar view, your table must contain a date field type:
Baserow view options are available in the view bar. Click the ellipsis icon in the view bar and choose a view option:
A date field must exist in your table to create a calendar view.
To add a Calendar view:
When you select a date field, your calendar view will populate with the rows from that date field.
To go back to the previous month or move forward to the next one, use the right and left arrows above the view. Click Today to quickly return to the current day.
You can quickly create an event for a specific time from the Calendar view. Creating an event will add a new row to the table.
To create an event,
+button that appears when you hover over any date on the calendar.
Xto save and close the row edit modal.
Use the row coloring feature to give the date fields on the calendar a unique color.
When you create an event, you may specify what color it will appear in your calendars. You can add conditions by clicking on the Add condition button. Users will not be able to see the color you’ve assigned unless you’ve granted them access to your calendar. Learn how to manage your permissions.
This allows you to customize the appearance of the cards based on your specific needs, providing effective and targeted information delivery.
Customizations for field display are saved for each view, so you can have different preferences for your data without affecting all your views. Each modification to the view is saved, so you can easily refer back to it.
To show or hide a field in a calendar view,
The Labels button toggles between two modes: hidden mode, where the toggle is greyed out and switched to the left, and showing mode, where the toggle is green and switched to the right.
You can toggle individual record fields or use the Hide all and Show all buttons to choose what fields you want your calendar to display.
You can also change the order of the fields on the cards by clicking and dragging the drag handles next to the field names.
The Displayed by [field] option in the view bar lets you know which field is currently used for the calendar view.
To change the calendar view’s associated date field, click the calendar icon in the view bar to bring up the date picker. Then select a new date field from one of the table’s date fields to place dates on the calendar.
Use a date formula field to specify the dates to display. This allows you to specify the criteria for displaying the cards.
By using a date formula field, you can choose a date field you would like to use for a Calendar view while taking into account elements such as weekdays, weekends, specific dates, and even unique conditions.
A Calendar view can be shared with anyone once it has been created. When sharing the view, you can control how others see what you share by using Filters or Hide fields.
Share your calendar publicly:
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