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  1. You can select multiple events and delete them or add reminders to them. To do so, 1. Display your calendar in Trumba in List view. 2. Select the check boxes next to the events you want to delete. 3. At the top of the calendar, there's an action panel, on which you can click Delete Events or click the drop-down arrow to see the other things you can do. Remember that when you delete an event, you're permanently removing it from every calendar where it appears, including published calendars. For more info, you can see Delete, remove, and cancel events. If you have any issues deleting these events, here are a few more suggestions: First of all, make sure that the calendar you want to delete events from is displayed. To do that, in the Your Calendars list, click the arrow to the right of the calendar name, and then click Go to calendar. In the Your Calendars list, clear the check boxes to the left of all the other calendars so no calendars are mixed in to the displayed calendar. At that point you should be seeing only events that were created on or that you added to the displayed calendar. You can delete any events that you created on the displayed calendar so that should work fine. If you added events to the displayed calendar that are actually owned by a different calendar, you can remove those events from the displayed calendar. To get rid of the events altogether, display the calendar that owns the events and then delete the events. For more information about removing versus deleting, see Overview: Delete, remove, or cancel events.
  2. We only support printing one calendar view at a time and when using the Month view and Multi-week view it is limited to what is displayed on the screen.
  3. You can export calendars from your Trumba account into .ics or .csv files. You can also download ics/iCal, RSS, XML, JSON and CSV versions of a published calendar. No, it's not true that you can export or download only a month at a time. Exporting will take the entire calendar. There are also settings for each type of feed allowing you to set the number of events to include in the export, with a 1,000 maximum limit events in each export.
  4. You can append query strings to the URL of a calendar's RSS feed to retrieve customized info from the feed. For more information, see the Help topic: https://www.trumba.com/help/api/customfeeds.aspx
  5. You can find out about color coding in our FAQ: https://www.trumba.com/help/trumbafaq.html#colorcode. This explains how color coding is done and links you to the instructions for doing it. Color coding is based on a calendar and not on a per-event basis.
  6. Each calendar can have one email distribution list. The only way I can think of to achieve what you're looking for is to create a separate calendar for each group. I guess you wouldn't have to put any events on these other calendars -- you could set the main calendar's events to be mixed into the email messages for each group's calendar. It's kind of kludgy, but other than changing your distribution list every time you send email, that's the only solution I can come up with. Also, just to clarify, you can mix other calendars into an email message only if you set up a scheduled/recurring email (not a one-time email).
  7. Technically there isn't a limit, and we have many clients that have over 10,000 email addresses in their Distribution lists. You can enter your email addresses into your Address Book and/or create Groups within your Address Book to better manage the email addresses. https://www.trumba.com/help/trumbacontacts.aspx
  8. I have put my answers under your quoted questions. Yes, this is exactly how it works. If one person at a time is signed in, you can have as many editors as you want. Each person can be assigned to an Editor account with their own email address/password for their login.
  9. While you can set an event duration to zero, you still need to specify at least a start date and start time for events. If the date and time are not known, you can still set the event as an All Day event and in the Title or Description, make a note that the times are TBD.
  10. When you published the top level calendar, you will want to go back to the Publishing Settings and Mix-In the other two calendars. Click Publish>Publish Settings>Edit Publish Settings. In the Mix-In section, locate and tick the check boxes for the two additional calendars you would like to include (mix-in).
  11. When you edit the Address Book on your account, you can hover your mouse over the Display Name that may be tied to that Email address and manually change it. What you may also want to do instead is create Groups within your Address Book. By creating Groups that are based on teams or levels, you can just move Email addresses from one Group to another as the kids move around. https://www.trumba.com/help/trumbacontacts.aspx
  12. For location information to show on your published calendar, we recommend entering the physical address in the Location field and then select the Add Map Link option. This will generate a small map thumbnail visible on the Event Detail view. If you want to view the location text on a calendar view, all of the calendar views except Classic Month, Multi-Week, Classic 5 Week, and News show the location info on the calendar.
  13. If you're publishing your calendar, yes, you can include your own image in the calendar header and this will appear in the upper left corner. For more information, see Include an image on a calendar you publish and provide a URL link on that image to redirect a visitor back to your webpage. You can also embed your calendar into a Web page, so its more integrated into your site. To learn more about this, see How to embed a calendar in a Web page. If you would like to have the Trumba attribution removed, please contact Trumba Sales (sales@corp.trumba.com) or 1 (800) 925-0388 for pricing information associated with this branding removal.
  14. Yes, you can have any calendars mix-in to any other calendar in Trumba. Within Trumba, when you publish the primary calendar (or any calendar), you can mix-in one or more calendars. Here is a link to a help topic with more details: https://www.trumba.com/help/alsoshow_mixins.aspx
  15. We do offer an API for ICSPut for importing iCal files to Trumba. You can download a zip file that contains the client application and a brief set of instructions on how to run the program at the following address: https://downloads.trumba.com/icsput.zip The Trumba help contents has some background information at the following URL: https://www.trumba.com/help/api/icsimport.aspx Please contact Trumba Support if you have another file type that you would like to import and we may be able to offer additional suggestions for your specific scenario.
  16. If you would like to have the Trumba attribution removed, please contact Trumba Sales (sales@corp.trumba.com) or 1 (800) 925-0388 for pricing information associated with this branding removal.
  17. If you're publishing, have you tried embedding the various Trumba spud code into your site yet? You can find out how to do this in the Embed spuds help topic. When you embed the Trumba spud code on your site, you will see less of the Trumba branding. You will always see Powered by Trumba in the lower right corner of the main calendar spud. The Trumba Hosted page is typically only used when you are first publishing a calendar to give you a basic idea of how a simple calendar page can look. Since you probably have not had a chance to embed the spud code on your own website, Trumba provides this page as a way to quickly see a basic published calendar and typically the Hosted Page is not something you would expose to your site visitors. If you have embedded the spuds on your page and you are interested in having the Trumba branding/attribution removed, please contact Trumba Sales at sales@corp.trumba.com.
  18. You can copy an event by clicking on the drop down arrow in front of the event title or event time that appears within your Trumba interface. Clicking the drop down arrow allows you to edit the event and/or copy the event. You can also edit an existing event, or when you are adding a new event, select the Save & Copy that appears on the Event Edit form. Selecting this button will save any changes you have made to the event and then display a copied version of the new event. A COPY banner will also appear in the upper left corner of the screen to denote you are working on a copied version of the event. MORE INFORMATION: https://www.trumba.com/help/events/eventcopy_how.aspx
  19. We have a featured called Filter Views, as this allows the Publisher account holder the ability to set up a filtered view and in your scenario, you can set up a filter view to have "x" calendar selected by default and other calendars or values unchecked by default. Here is a link to a help topic on setting up filter views: https://www.trumba.com/help/filter/pub_filterviews.aspx
  20. We do offer an API for ICSPut, allowing you to import iCal files into Trumba. You can download a zip file that contains the client application and a brief set of instructions on how to run the program at the following address: https://downloads.trumba.com/icsput.zip The Trumba help contents has some background information at the following URL: https://www.trumba.com/help/api/icsimport.aspx
  21. Yes, you can add both an Event Image and a Detail Image, as well as inline images (these are images that you embed in a multi-line text field, such as the Description field. To include the Event Image and Detail Image, you do want to ensure that your event templates include these fields. Supported image file formats are BMP, JPEG, GIF, TIFF, and PNG. MORE INFORMATION ON ADDING IMAGES TO EVENTS: https://www.trumba.com/help/store/imagetable.aspx
  22. If you no longer need a calendar (or sub-calendar) and its events, you might want to delete the calendar just to get it out of the way. However, because a lot of data can be associated with calendars, it's best to think carefully before you proceed. In Trumba, calendar ownership is key, meaning calendars own not only events, but they can own custom fields, registration forms and images. When you delete calendars, you may also delete images and registration forms, so instead of deleting a calendar you may instead just want to HIDE the calendar. If you know for sure you want to delete the calendar, first, make sure that it's not the active calendar. In other words, display a different calendar. Then in the Your Calendars list, click the small blue drop down arrow next to the name of the calendar you want to delete, and from the menu, choose Delete Calendar. (You can also hide calendars this way as long as the calendar is not published or mixed in to other calendars) Note: If the calendar you are attempting to delete is your primary calendar or Internal Event Actions calendar; a calendar shared with you; you can only hide it. For more info, take a look at Delete Calendars.
  23. Generally, whoever wants to add and edit events on a calendar needs to have his or her own Trumba account. But if only one person is adding/editing the events, that person would have the account and would publish the calendar for the others to see. Anyone with a web browser could see the published calendar and can also subscribe to an iCal feed which they could add to Outlook or Google for example. If everyone in your group adds/edits events on the work calendar and needs his/her own account, the best arrangement would be for you to share the calendar you created with the others in your group. Each person would have access to the work calendar and also have his/her own personal calendars.
  24. If you have a Trumba publisher account, when you publish the calendar, you can select from 21 different calendar views. You may want to offer between 3-5 different calendar views for your site visitors to select from. Once you have decided on the calendar views for your calendar, you can then embed either the View Chooser Control Spud or View Tabbed Chooser Control Spud and embed this on the same page as the main calendar spud. This control allows the site visitor to change the calendar view. https://www.trumba.com/help/publish/pub_viewchooser.aspx
  25. Q: How do I create a recurring event that occurs every [certain number of] weeks. For example, a class that starts a new session every six weeks. A: You can create a recurring event that repeats weekly every "x" number of weeks, where x = a number you specify. In the event form, first set up the event with the Start Date, Start Time and End Time for the first instance. For Repeat select Weekly. When the weekly options appear, for every, select the number you want. Select the day of the week. Complete the other settings in the event form, and click OK. Add Repeating Events Set up Special Repeating and Multi-Day Cases
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