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Sub Calendar events on a top-level calendar

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Hello,

 

I have the following structure of calendars.

 

Top-level

-second-level1

--third-level1

--third-level1

--third-level1

--third-level1

-second-level2

--third-level2

--third-level2

--third-level2

 

I currently synch with Outlook to 3rd level calendars. Is there a way to have the second level automatically display all thrid level events, WITHOUT having to go into the event and select "Also show event on .... calendar"?

 

The reason is that I have one published calendar that looks like this:

 

-second-level1

--third-level1

--third-level1

--third-level1

--third-level1

 

and another like this:

 

-second-level1

-second-level2

-second-level3

-second-level4

 

i.e. I don't want third-level calendars to show on one publish calendar, but I want all the third-level events to be on the second.

 

Thanks,

DAve

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In your editing environment, you can have the second level display the third level calendars automatically by mixing in the third-level calendars. The difference between that and Also Show On is that the events aren't actually added to the second-level calendar; they just appear as long as the third-level calendar is mixed in.

When you publish, the second-level calendar would not show any of these third-level events unless you mixed in the the third-level calendars during the publish process (mixing calendars in for publishing is independent of mixing calendars in the editing environment.

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