GNOME Calendar is now capable of creating/editing recurring events

Hey Folks!

I’m glad to announce that GNOME Calendar now supports creation of recurring events. Now you can easily create recurring events with the help of the modified edit-dialog.

Here you can adjust the two main features that define your recurrence –

  • How often should the event repeat?
  • Until what date etc. should the event repeat?

For the first feature, you get the following options –

  • Daily
  • Monday to Friday
  • Weekly
  • Monthly
  • Yearly

Similarly, for the second feature, you get the following options –

  • Should the event repeat forever?
  • Should it repeat a fixed number of times?
  • Should it repeat until a certain date?

 

With these customizations, users can now easily create recurring events in GNOME Calendar.

Below is a video demonstration, showing how easy it is to create/edit recurring events with the help of this modified edit-dialog.

 

I’ve come to Manchester to attend GUADEC ’17!

If you are here too, feel free to say hi.

Until next time.

 

 

 

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6 thoughts on “GNOME Calendar is now capable of creating/editing recurring events

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  1. Is it also capable of “punching holes”, i.e. create exceptions? For instance, “Meeting every Thursday, except 24th of December and 31st of December”?

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  2. Can the option be added to add arbitrary list of weekdays? Some countries workweeks are Sun-Thu and it’s common to have some appointment, say, twice a week (e.g. Mon, Wed).

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