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Change Default Calendar View to a Shared Calendar

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I have a group of users who all use a shared calendar.  Is there a way to change the default calendar view so that instead of showing personal calendars, it automatically shows the shared calendar?
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David Lee earned 250 total points
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Hi werddrew,

There is no setting that controls this, so I don't believe it's possible.  The best alternative would be to open the shared calendar in its own window or to open it side-by-side with their calendar.

Cheers!
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