Using The Calendar as a Logged In User

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Login: Users of the calendar must login by entering their Email address (or Username) and Password to access to certain features. (See Calendar Login and Logout)

Search: Allows you to search for calendar events. (See Searching For Calendar Events)

Print: Provides a printer-friendly version of the current calendar view, Month, Week, Day or List. (For best results, it is recommended to print a Calendar in “Landscape” mode. We recommend setting other browser print options for best results. (See Printing Calendars)

Export: Allows downloading of calendar events in different file format for use with other programs such as Microsoft Outlook, Google, MS Excel, etc.
Note: This button may not be available to regular users depending on option settings. (See Exporting Calendar Events)

Add Event: Allows the administrator, category managers to add or edit an event to a calendar. In addition, events may be added using the “+” link in the day cell. Events can be edited using the “(edit)” link after the event title. (See Adding and Editing Calendar Events)

Note: If the category option, “allow users to create and edit only their own events”, is set, then Add Event will also be available to all users who can view events in the category.

Help: Clicking on the help button opens this online help window providing information about the current page. Use the Previous Topic button to return to a prior help page. Use the Help Contents button to view a list of Help topic links. Use the Email Help button to go to a form to submit a help request to support staff.

Additional Controls


Note: Some of the following features may not be available, depending on the options set by the calendar administrator.

Previous Month Mini-Calendar: Click on the month name to go to the previous month.

Previous Arrow (left arrow): Click here to go to the previous month, week or day.

Today: Click here to go to the current date.

Next Arrow (right arrow): Click here to go to the next month, week or day.

Go To Date: Click here to open a mini-calendar where you can select a date and immediately go to that date.

Next Month Mini-Calendar: Click on the month name to go to the next month.

Select Category: Select from the category list to only show events in the selected category. Select “All” to show events in all categories.

The Admin Menu>Options screen has several options to control the category feature such as not showing the category selector, not showing the ‘All’ category selection, selection of multiple categories, and enabling mirror categories.

If the mirror category option is enabled in Options then events mirrored in the selected categories will also be displayed.

Select Location: Select from the location list to only show events occurring at the selected location. Select “All” to show events in all locations. Only locations saved as reusable locations apply to this feature.

Select View: Click on the appropriate button to display the calendar in month, week, day or list view.

Managing Calendar Locations

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Managing Calendar Locations


Locations are where a calendar event occurs.  You can specify a location when creating an event or you can create saved locations here that can be selected from a list when creating an event.

By specifying a location when creating an event, you make that information available when a user clicks on an event on the calendar.

You are able to save details such as address, driving directions, contact information, use guidelines and links to maps and weather forecasts.

Manage Calendar Locations by navigating to Admin Menu > Locations. This allows you to Add, Edit or Delete saved locations.

To Add a location just click on the Add button to display a screen for entering the location’s information.

To Edit or Delete an existing location, select the location name from the list and click the appropriate button.

Conflict Prevention: You are also able to set options that will prevent more than one event occurring at a location at the same time.  Use conflict prevention to prevent double booking of facilities or other type of location.

Allowed Locations: Your calendar comes with a set maximum number of locations you can create and manage.  If you require more locations, Email CalendarWiz to upgrade for more locations.

Allowed Locations With Conflict Prevention: Your calendar comes with a set maximum number of locations for which you can set up conflict prevention. Email CalendarWiz to upgrade for more locations allowed with conflict prevention.

(See Adding or Editing Locations)

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Adding or Editing Locations

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Add or Edit Locations in Admin Menu > Locations

(click for State, Province & Country Abbreviations)

Enter or edit information associated with a saved location.  Saved locations are reusable and can be selected from a drop down list when adding an event.

All information will be visible in the event detail popup when a user clicks on the event on the calendar.

You can also set options to prevent conflicting events at the location (see below).

Location Name (Required):  Enter the name of the location.  This is required before you can save the location.

Location Address: Enter the address of this location.

Location Contact: Enter the full name of the contact person for this location.

Location Phone: Enter the phone number for this location.

Location Map: Choose to display a link next to the location name in the event detail popup.  When the user clicks on the link, a window will open displaying a map of the location with additional links to directions from any address.

The location map feature requires a sufficient location address (e.g. Street, City, State, Country).  Postal codes are usually sufficient to identify the State and City in the United States.  Be sure to use two letter abbreviations for US States, Canadian Provinces and Countries (see below for tables of abbreviations).

You can test the map prior to saving by clicking on the View Map button.

Location Weather: Choose to display a link next to the location name in the event detail popup.  When the user clicks on the link, a window will open displaying a weather forecast for that location.

Directions To Location: Enter driving or other directions to this location or use the Location Map feature which will also give the user an option to get directions.

Special Instructions and Use Guidelines: Enter any special instructions or guidelines for events to follow at this location. This information will appear in the event popup.

Conflict Prevention Options: You can set options to prevent conflicting events at a location.  Use conflict prevention to prevent double booking of a facility or other location.

Check option A to prevent conflicting events at the location, Check option B to ignore conflicting events in the past when checking for event conflicts.  Option B is recommended to reduce extra work and speed up saving of events.

Click on the “Save” button to save the new location or changes to an existing location or click “Back” to return to the calendar without saving changes.

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State, Province & Country

US States and Possessions Abbreviation
Alabama AL
Alaska AK
American Samoa AS
Arizona AZ
Arkansas AR
California CA
Colorado CO
Connecticut CT
Delaware DE
District Of Columbia DC
Fed. States Of Micronesia FM
Florida FL
Georgia GA
Guam GU
Hawaii HI
Idaho ID
Illinois IL
Indiana IN
Iowa IA
Kansas KS
Kentucky KY
Louisiana LA
Maine ME
Marshall Islands MH
Maryland MD
Massachusetts MA
Michigan MI
Minnesota MN
Mississippi MS
Missouri MO
Montana MT
Nebraska NE
Nevada NV
New Hampshire NH
New Jersey NJ
New Mexico NM
New York NY
North Carolina NC
North Dakota ND
Northern Mariana Islands MP
Ohio OH
Oklahoma OK
Oregon OR
Palau PW
Pennsylvania PA
Puerto Rico PR
Rhode Island RI
South Carolina SC
South Dakota SD
Tennessee TN
Texas TX
Utah UT
Vermont VT
Virgin Islands VI
Virginia VA
Washington WA
West Virginia WV
Wisconsin WI
Wyoming WY
Canadian Provinces Abbreviation
Alberta AB
British Columbia BC
Manitoba MB
New Brunswick NB
Newfoundland and Labrador NL
Northwest Territories NT
Nova Scotia NS
Nunavut NU
Ontario ON
Prince Edward Island PE
Quebec QC
Saskatchewan SK
Yukon YT
Countries Abbreviation
Andorra AD
United Arab Emirates AE
Afghanistan AF
Antigua and Barbuda AG
Anguilla AI
Albania AL
Armenia AM
Netherlands Antilles AN
Angola AO
Antarctica AQ
Argentina AR
American Samoa AS
Austria AT
Australia AU
Aruba AW
Azerbaijan AZ
Bosnia and Herzegovina BA
Barbados BB
Bangladesh BD
Belgium BE
Burkina Faso BF
Bulgaria BG
Bahrain BH
Burundi BI
Benin BJ
Bermuda BM
Brunei Darussalam BN
Bolivia BO
Brazil BR
Bahamas BS
Bhutan BT
Bouvet Island BV
Botswana BW
Belarus BY
Belize BZ
Canada CA
Cocos (Keeling) Islands CC
Central African Republic CF
Congo CG
Switzerland CH
Cote D’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) CI
Cook Islands CK
Chile CL
Cameroon CM
China CN
Colombia CO
Costa Rica CR
Czechoslovakia (former) CS
Cuba CU
Cape Verde CV
Christmas Island CX
Cyprus CY
Czech Republic CZ
Germany DE
Djibouti DJ
Denmark DK
Dominica DM
Dominican Republic DO
Algeria DZ
Ecuador EC
Estonia EE
Egypt EG
Western Sahara EH
Eritrea ER
Spain ES
Ethiopia ET
Finland FI
Fiji FJ
Falkland Islands (Malvinas) FK
Micronesia FM
Faroe Islands FO
France FR
France – Metropolitan FX
Gabon GA
Great Britain (UK) GB
Grenada GD
Georgia GE
French Guiana GF
Ghana GH
Gibraltar GI
Greenland GL
Gambia GM
Guinea GN
Guadeloupe GP
Equatorial Guinea GQ
Greece GR
S. Georgia and S. Sandwich Isls. GS
Guatemala GT
Guam GU
Guinea-Bissau GW
Guyana GY
Hong Kong HK
Heard and McDonald Islands HM
Honduras HN
Croatia (Hrvatska) HR
Haiti HT
Hungary HU
Indonesia ID
Ireland IE
Israel IL
India IN
British Indian Ocean Territory IO
Iraq IQ
Iran IR
Iceland IS
Italy IT
Jamaica JM
Jordan JO
Japan JP
Kenya KE
Kyrgyzstan KG
Cambodia KH
Kiribati KI
Comoros KM
Saint Kitts and Nevis KN
Korea (North) KP
Korea (South) KR
Kuwait KW
Cayman Islands KY
Kazakhstan KZ
Laos LA
Lebanon LB
Saint Lucia LC
Liechtenstein LI
Sri Lanka LK
Liberia LR
Lesotho LS
Lithuania LT
Luxembourg LU
Latvia LV
Libya LY
Morocco MA
Monaco MC
Moldova MD
Madagascar MG
Marshall Islands MH
Macedonia MK
Mali ML
Myanmar MM
Mongolia MN
Macau MO
Northern Mariana Islands MP
Martinique MQ
Mauritania MR
Montserrat MS
Malta MT
Mauritius MU
Maldives MV
Malawi MW
Mexico MX
Malaysia MY
Mozambique MZ
Namibia NA
New Caledonia NC
Niger NE
Norfolk Island NF
Nigeria NG
Nicaragua NI
Netherlands NL
Norway NO
Nepal NP
Nauru NR
Neutral Zone NT
Niue NU
New Zealand (Aotearoa) NZ
Oman OM
Panama PA
Peru PE
French Polynesia PF
Papua New Guinea PG
Philippines PH
Pakistan PK
Poland PL
St. Pierre and Miquelon PM
Pitcairn PN
Puerto Rico PR
Portugal PT
Palau PW
Paraguay PY
Qatar QA
Reunion RE
Romania RO
Russian Federation RU
Rwanda RW
Saudi Arabia SA
Solomon Islands Sb
Seychelles SC
Sudan SD
Sweden SE
Singapore SG
St. Helena SH
Slovenia SI
Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands SJ
Slovak Republic SK
Sierra Leone SL
San Marino SM
Senegal SN
Somalia SO
Suriname SR
Sao Tome and Principe ST
USSR (former) SU
El Salvador SV
Syria SY
Swaziland SZ
Turks and Caicos Islands TC
Chad TD
French Southern Territories TF
Togo TG
Thailand TH
Tajikistan TJ
Tokelau TK
Turkmenistan TM
Tunisia TN
Tonga TO
East Timor TP
Turkey TR
Trinidad and Tobago TT
Tuvalu TV
Taiwan TW
Tanzania TZ
Ukraine UA
Uganda UG
United Kingdom UK
US Minor Outlying Islands UM
United States US
Uruguay UY
Uzbekistan UZ
Vatican City State (Holy See) VA
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines VC
Venezuela VE
Virgin Islands (British) VG
Virgin Islands (U.S.) VI
Viet Nam VN
Vanuatu VU
Wallis and Futuna Islands WF
Samoa WS
Yemen YE
Mayotte YT
Yugoslavia YU
South Africa ZA
Zambia ZM
Zaire ZR
Zimbabwe ZW