Public Calendar - Group View by Attendee

Posted on 2006-04-25
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
Managing a very busy Corporate calendar, with mulitple appointments for multiple people. Appointments are made by sending an "meeting" request to a particular recipient. Would like to modify the calendar view so that the view is grouped by the recipient, so it would be easier to see appointments for each employee.

David Guerrette
Question by:intellica
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    Greetings, intellica.

    You can group by attendee, either required or optional, but it's not going to achieve what I believe you want. If you did group by required attendee and the attendees were PersonA and PersonB, then the appointment would show up under a group of PersonA, PersonB.  I beleive you would want the appointment to show up twice, once under PersonA and again under PersonB.  You can achieve that by using categories.  If I set the categories for an appointment to PersonA, PersonB, then the appointment would show up twice, once under PersonA and again under PersonB.  It's more work, and it's a manual process, but it would achieve the desired result.


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