Make sure the whole team is aware of meetings, deadlines and milestones by publishing important events in shared calendars for each project workspace. The easy-to-use calendar views with colour-coded categories, subscription feeds and email updates mean everyone will always know what’s happening and when.
Easily switch between day, week, month and list views, use the mini-calendar to navigate through the weeks and months and see quick inline previews or click through to see the full event details.
Subscribe to feeds from multiple external calendars and aggregate holiday calendars, training calendars and other events together so teams can view them in one place and subscribe to a single feed in Outlook or other apps on your computer, smartphone or tablet.
Create your own event categories with custom colour-coding and access rights. Double click to add a new event or drag and drop to reorganise them. Comment on and tag events and easily search across events in all categories.
When you’re working with teams all over the world, keeping them all in sync can be difficult. The Events module can be used in combination with other modules to bring teams together. Create events for team meetings with links to supporting documents in Files, store meeting notes in Wikis and set actions as Tasks.
Easily import .ics files and subscribe to multiple external iCalendar feeds to automatically aggregate events from other calendars or external systems in one place.
Create and edit events using the intuitive editor to produce richly formatted content with links, attachments, tables, images, auto-save and more.
Download an .ics file to add an individual event to your personal calendar or subscribe to a feed in Outlook, Google Calendar or Apple Calendar.
Attach an existing file or upload a new one and attach it to your event. Quickly insert links to other pieces of content from any module, such as the Wiki or Tasks.
Create categories for your events such as meetings, conferences or milestones. Use tags to connect content using flexible classification.
Consolidate conversations around your events using comments that allow people to have discussions with links, attachments, @mentions and likes.