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  1. You are right. I'm sorry that this change is not allowing you to get to event details page as it was possible previously from email. We received a report about this on Friday and tested so we could reproduce the issue, and noted it for our developers and QA. As soon as we know something more, we'll post an update. Anne / Trumba Support
  2. Regarding your publishing question, one of the premises of a Trumba calendar is that we offer a way for people to select events and take some type of action on them. In keeping with this premise, at this time, there isn't a way to turn off selecting events. You can edit the settings for each of your calendars by going to Publish>Calendar Spuds tab and then click Edit Settings & Styles for each of your calendar views. Locate the EVENT ACTION section and for Event Action Display, set this from Multiple to None and click OK to save. Select "Multiple" to allow a calendar visitor to work with several events at a time. Select "Single" to limit the visitor to one event at a time. Select "None" to remove the event action from the event display.
  3. Hi Frank, Thanks for this feature request. Mapping fields on import is very important, and if you are having to do repeated imports, I can see where it would be valuable to save the mapping. I am assuming this is a CSV (Comma separated value file) or Excel file. I wonder if the workaround of exporting a file from Trumba so you can get the field names and taking the time to manually put them at the top of your file, replacing your other labels would be worth the trouble to you as a way to solve for this. Once you have this done once, you can have a blank file and a copy/paste of your data first to your blank file with just the field names prior to import could be a way to avoid the manual remapping. If it is say just one or two fields that you are remapping then the workaround would be too much work, but you have a couple fields, it might be worth the trouble. The workaround aside, we'll log your feature request. Anne / Trumba Support
  4. Hi todd, Thanks for this suggestion. Our month template is a preferred format by many of our calendar publishers and we are definitely evaluating ideas that help make it be as useful as it can be. I'll log your feature request. Cheers, Anne / Trumba Support
  5. By default, link targets open in new browser windows (or tabs, depending upon browser settings). This leaves the event detail page open in its original window so visitors can easily find the calendar again. If that's the link behavior you prefer, leave the target setting just as it is. When you enter text or image in the Description field and then select the text or image and click on Insert Link from the HTML editor, you have the option to set the Target to New Window (_blank), Topmost Window (_top), Parent Window (_parent), <frame> You may want to consider other link target options, especially if you use frames or iframes on your calendar page: New Window (default) The target webpage opens in a new browser window or tab. Topmost Window The target webpage fills the original webpage, replacing the iframe content, if your calendar is in an iframe, or the calendar content if it's not. Visitors use the back button to return to the calendar. Parent Window If your calendar is embedded in an iframe, the target webpage replaces the calendar in the iframe. If your calendar is not in an iframe, the target webpage fills the original webpage. Visitors use the back button to return to the calendar. Named Frame If you have a named frame or iframe on the webpage where the calendar is embedded, the target webpage opens in the named frame/iframe, leaving the calendar visible.
  6. Hi sag544, Thank you for including a link to your site. I am not able to find a calendar, but did see the date finder spud on your calendar page at http://latinocoalitionforprevention.org Regarding using Internet Explorer, it does work on the PC. However, on the Mac, Microsoft has discontinued development of Internet Explorer and is no longer supporting it. So, at this time, Internet Explorer on the Mac is not a supported browser. For more information, please check: http://www.microsoft.com/mac/products/inte...nternetexplorer For information on our list of supported browsers, please check: http://www.trumba.com/help/systemreq.html Hope this information is useful to you. Thank you for using Trumba! Regards, Anne / Trumba Support
  7. You can add a URL-encoded query string for the calendar template and duration. In this example, the calendar view is 3 Column and to start on September 1, 2020: http://www.yoursite.com/calendar.html?trumbaEmbed=template%3D3columns%26%3D20200901%26duration%3D1d To control the initial mix-in state, we do offer Filter Views. Here is a link to a help topic with more details: https://www.trumba.com/help/filter/pub_filterviews.aspx
  8. Hi eyedesign, Please take a look at the email from support. It should have information unique to your account in it (pid, hash etc.). Regards, Anne / Trumba Support
  9. To the best of my knowledge, the only way to accomplish what you are looking to do is to create two events. The one visible to the public that would say Busy or something generic such as Conference Call. The second appointment is one that you would be able to see when signed into your account would be marked private —so details would not be shared or published in general unless you explicitly invite someone using the invitation feature. I did a quick test and it works, but I have not tested this extensively. Help Topics: Invitations - https://www.trumba.com/help/events/eventinvite_manage.html Marking an event as private - https://www.trumba.com/help/eventprivate.html
  10. Hi BenG, You can add template=month (day, list, table, week) to the script. So your script would read as follows: Edited for small correction: <script src="http://www.trumba.com/k.aspx?calendar=ben_schedule&template=month" type=text/javascript template="table"></SCRIPT> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.trumba.com/k.aspx?calendar=ben_schedule&template=month"></script> Gary's solution (republishing) is a great idea, for a slightly different issue. If you want to show a calendar published by itself on one site and published mixed in with other calendars at another site. That would be a perfect case for Gary's solution. Hope this helps. Anne / Trumba Support
  11. Hi there, From what I can tell, you just have two events on your calendar: one in August and one in September. Simply add a few more and give it a try. An easy way to test would be to create a recurring event that repeats every Monday for example, and runs for a year or two. After you have such an event, then check your calendar at: http://www.trumba.com/calendars/1stAogCal?...p;groupby=month If this works, I would expect your embedded calendar to work, as well. But, if doesn't, please let us know. Thanks, Anne / Trumba Support
  12. Hi Ace_IVI_ecA, Welcome to the Trumba Support Forum. The month view has arrows at the top left. Please see this example or this. In addition to a main calendar spud you can embed additional spuds on your page: http://www.trumba.com/help/publish/embedoverview.html The date finder spud (Trumba term for widget) would offer an alternate way of navigation. If you use the date finder, you may also want to read this post. Hope this helps! Anne / Trumba Support
  13. Hi BenG, It might be helpful to think of this in five steps: 1. Set up a scheduled email (every week or every month) for the calendar. 2. Go through the publishing process and allow visitors to join your mailing list. 3. Verify by going to the published calendar page on the Trumba site and clicking Subscribe. You will have a place to enter in your email address. Here is an example of calendar that allows others to join the email list: http://www.trumba.com/calendars/rhs_football 4. Note down the name of the calendarwebname. In the example in step 3, it is rhs_football. 5. Follow the instructions in Connie's post above for the iframe. (You are right that you need to point to another page in an iframe. The other page in this example is a page already hosted at www.trumba.com, so you don't have to create the page yourself.) Connie's post also contains links that could help with step 1 and 2. Hope this gives you all the information you need to try it out yourself. Here is a link to the site mentioned by REI Events Coordinator: http://www.techeventreview.com/ Cheers, Anne / Trumba Support
  14. Hi Aaron, We received your request and have emailed you the information a couple hours ago. Anne / Trumba Support
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