I've entered all of their zipcodes in correctly but the map feature still locates most members as coming from Kansas when they are from the new york metro area. Also - when members try to download hoop.la calendar events to their google or outlook...
Is there a way with calendar events to have them repeat on multiple days? For example, 10 - 5 pm on Saturday and 10 - 5 on Sunday? For now, I can only seem to set them to be 10 am Saturday - 5 pm Sunday... which isn't correct. Thanks, Morgan
Hi there, We seem to be having an issue with adding events to calendars (at least in Outlook). Several members of our site have notified me that when they go to the following event (http://www.eenetconnect.ca/event/webinar-building-community-capacity-for-a-family-based-youth-resiliency-program) and click 'Add event to your calendar,' the time of the event in their calendars is incorrect (i.e. their calendars say the event goes from 11 to 12:30, instead of 10 to 11:30). I'm not sure if this...
We have a user who has permission to create calendar events. One of our other managers noticed a typo, and went to fix it. Both users are in a custom Circle that has permission to create calendar events and Administrative permissions on the calendar module. She was getting a menu entry for 'Manage Event' but no actions in the drop down. What permissions are required for a user to manage/edit/delete another's calendar event?
When clicking to the next month on the calendar, I receive the following alert: Your request could not be completed at this time due to an unknown system error. For further assistance, please post to our support site. So here I am. Thoughts?
Hello, Our community has a very active calendar. In fact, it is our community's main draw. Unfortunately, its success has also made it nearly unusable. There are too many events (see image) compressed in the calendar and our users are unable to find relevant events. Here are my questions: Is there a better way to manage such an active calendar? What are the best practices/solutions others have found? Is there a way to export calendar data? I suspect there are 2-3 distinctive categories of...
We have a lot of folks that add events to our main calendar and they tag those events with specific tags. I know we can do a custom/embedded widget, but I didn't see a way to create an embeddable calendar widget where it only displays calendar events by specific tags. That way, they could take that embeddable calendar and put it on their own websites, only showing events with their tags. Thoughts?
We have a widget at eorganic.org - is there a way to adjust the time zone of that widget so it displays information in whatever local time the person is viewing it in? Right now, it just displays that info in Eastern time.
Emilie, every year around November starts looking for a new paper calendar, and I keep thinking how great it would be if there was a digital solution for her. I use my cell phone, and that works great for me because I have simple calendar needs. But she has massive calendaring voodoo working for her, and needs some serious mojo behind her solution. I cant wait to hear about how this works for you, and maybe look at getting one for her down the road.
Kate uses something called ipronto. She says it's OK, but I guess she's still getting used to it. Don't know if you are familiar with David Allen's "Getting Things Done" (I have the book), but he's got an iPhone app called Action Lists: GTD.
Calendar is one of my [three] primary disappointments on my spiffy new [An]droid phone. I couldn't believe that Mac ical wouldn't allow seamless integration with Google calendar. Of course, the real embarrassment was that Google calendar has wonky integration with [Google] Android cellphones. Ah well, the bleeding edge. Hopefully these folks get things sorted. I'd really love an end all be all integrated solution for calendaring. If you go all digital, be sure you back things up...
Thanks! This is a big step in a number of ways, including making the list rather than the grid the first thing visible, and allowing it to scroll into the future, instead of being broken up by month. One question for us: On our site ( http://www.travelgumbo.com ) we have the calendar listed as Upcoming Content Planner (bloggers only) under the TG Stuff menu item. Is there an easy way to simply have the calendar not appear on the menu for those who do not have calendar access? Friendlier than...
Good morning Paul, Glad you like the calendar changes, we are very excited about them here as well. The reason that the sub menu item does not respond to a users permissions is that its a custom menu item. Custom menu items cannot be hidden or shown by Hoop.la based on a users access to the web page that they link to. The "Calendar" built in menu item will show or hide based on a user's ability to view at least one calendar on your site. Hope this helps, Jonmark
If I understand correctly, then, we could remove the current calendar listing we have, implement a "calendar" item on the menu line, and it would then show or not, depending on user permission? That would work for us... __________________________________________________________________________________
That is correct Paul, though you will want to be careful because you already have a lot of root level menu items so adding another one could blow out the width of your site. Just something to be mindful of, Jonmark
Hi Lori, It actually doesn't seem to be a problem with all events, but in events in our group calendars (e.g. http://www.eenetconnect.ca/g/k...-facilitated-by-mhcc ) the iCal and Outlook functions don't seem to work. The date and time don't seem to be showing up in the event description either. Perhaps this is the problem?
Just an update that the date and time don't seem to be showing up in any of the event descriptions on our site. The time and date do appear on the calendar/list of upcoming events, but if someone is accessing an event just via URL they can't see when the event is being held.
Hi Emma, You'll be happy to know that we've fixed both of the bugs you reported here! You should now properly see the event's date/time on the event details page, and you also should be able to add group events to iCal and Google now. Thanks again for the reports! Brian
Looking a little more closely at your source code, it looks like you added jquery to your header. Note that Hoop.la natively uses jquery, and thus this may be causing a conflict. See this FAQ: https://hey.crowdstack.com/s...de-jquery-on-my-site
You definitely need to use Categories (called Calendars in this module). As you're aware, too much forest, can't see the trees. There are some events that are always there. Do they need to be? And if so can they go into a different Calendar that will let some of the less often occurring events become visible? Are there different departments that can use different Calendars? Work groups? Calendars are easy to manage, just click Configure Calendar on the right, then click add calendar. You can...
Hi, Thanks for the reply. After looking at the ics data, it seems like the problem is long term events (ex: thing that happens ever Friday for 8 weeks) where people post the total duration instead of the individual event. Is there a way to limit the duration of an event? 90% of our event are under 48h, so that seems like a good cut off point. Thanks!
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