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Posted 12 June 2006 - 09:40 AM

Okay I have a few questions about Trumba

1) When you display your calander on the web is it possible to display it in calander form and not just in a list of events?

2) Lets say that I have a private calander, How would authorization work for access to the private calander? would it have to be by emailing the administrator? or does trumba come with a registration form and process?

3) Can everyone with access who isnt an administrator add events?

4) What about emailing the person who schedualed the event 6 hours before of something as a reminder?

5) Would it be possible to dis able double booking so that is is many people can add thier own events that they dont overlap?

6) What about only letting the users add events 4 days in advance?

Thank you for your time

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Posted 13 June 2006 - 01:25 PM

Hello chico1st,

I've listed answers below each of your questions:

1) When you display your calender on the web is it possible to display it in calender form and not just in a list of events?

Yes, we offer several different published views of calendars. List view is just one of them. See this help topic for more details: http://www.trumba.co...ubtemplate.html

2) Lets say that I have a private calander, How would authorization work for access to the private calander? would it have to be by emailing the administrator? or does trumba come with a registration form and process?

When you are publishing the calendar, you can assign a password to it. See this help topic for details: http://www.trumba.co...h.html#password

3) Can everyone with access who isnt an administrator add events?

Depending on your situation, if you don't mind allowing everyone who wants to edit the calendar to have access to the same account, they could just all share the same account, as long as there is not more than one person signed in at the same time.

If you don't want other people to use your account, another option is to grant sharing rights to other users who have Trumba Professional accounts. See this help topic for details: http://www.trumba.co...reoverview.html

A third option could be using the event submission form mentioned in the following thread: Can visitors submit events?

4) What about emailing the person who scheduled the event 6 hours before of something as a reminder?

We don't currently provide an automatic way for the event submitter to receive a reminder, but we do provide automatic reminder options for the calendar owner. So, the owner could set up a reminder to him- or herself to manually send an email to the submitter at the appropriate time.

5) Would it be possible to disable double booking so that is is many people can add their own events that they don't overlap?

We currently allow multiple events to be scheduled at the same time and there isn't a way to monitor/disable it. However, with the event submission form, you could choose to approve or disapprove certain events, thereby preventing double-booking.

6) What about only letting the users add events 4 days in advance?

There currently is no automatic time limit for when users can submit events.

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I hope this information is helpful. Thanks for your interest in Trumba.

Nancy / Trumba Support




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