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Calendar display on mobile devices

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Whether you've done nothing to make your website mobile friendly, fully implemented a mobile-responsive site, or created a separate site for mobile users, you can optimize your Trumba calendars for mobile.

For each calendar you publish, the Calendar Spuds tab in the Publishing Control Panel automatically includes a Mobile Table spud. The Mobile Table's calendar and event detail views are designed to reflect best practices from existing mobile-optimized Trumba calendars.

Mobile Table view is similar to the Classic Table main calendar view except that the mobile view's default settings focus on keeping the calendar width small. For example, by default, Mobile Table view shows only each event's start time, start date, and description, hides some event and calendar actions, and uses the small versions of navigation buttons. Just as with other calendar views, you can customize the mobile view's default settings to meet your specific needs.

If you have a separate mobile website, you can embed the Mobile Table spud into a page on that site. Otherwise, you can set the auto detect mobile option for your main calendar spud. With that option set, the device viewers are using automatically determines which view they see.

I'd like to learn more about the Trumba mobile options.

What calendars should I look at for good examples of mobile views?.

 

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