When you are working on a deadline, it makes it worthwhile to have everything chalked out on a Calendar. Stackby's Calendar view lets you do just that and more. We will cover the following in this article:
Here is how to create a Calendar Layout
- Go to the stack that you want to view and click on the table that you would like to view as a Calendar
- Click on the drop-down menu arrow beside the Grid Button (on the left-hand side, just below the table header)
- Click on the add (+) icon that lets you create different views
- When you click on that it will ask you which view you want
- Select Calendar from the list and a pop-up will ask you to select the grouping field and also let you know what groups you can select. Select the appropriate single date column and you can view your data as a Calendar
You can create a separate Calendar list for each table. You can create a Calendar view only with data that has a Date (the column property that has been kept as a Date/Time).
The calendar view also lets you view your data on a daily, weekly or monthly or Work Week or Agenda basis. You can also sort and filter the data you want to see.
Using different view modes
You can adjust your calendar view to one of several modes by clicking the toggle in the upper right corner of your calendar view.
You can choose from:
Creating and editing Limits
Creating records: To add a new record on a particular date in Month, you can click the + button that appears.
If you add a row with a date range, select start and end date from the date model.
Editing records: You can edit records directly from the calendar by clicking on a card. Click on any of the records which you want to edit, this will bring up a mini-editor model from which you can change primary column and associate date column.
Clicking on the "Edit details" button will bring up the expanded record view; clicking on the "Delete" button will delete the record.
You can expand the record from here as well
Data Viewing Limits
You can view up to 100 rows on a calendar at one go. So if there are more rows in your data, you can view the first 100 rows on a single Calendar board and the rest will follow in new boards in lots of 100 rows.