Change colour of calendar entries
Question asked by Karl Jones - February 19, 2016 at 6:49 PM
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I am acting as Consultant and administrator for several non profit clients who, at my recommendation, use the 10 user version and one client who has just purchased the enterprise version with activesync. They have many questions about certain features they were able to use with Outlook.
I am going to create a different thread for each one and will repeat this intro for each one.
 
This is less important but was asked for non the less. In outlook the users are able to add coloured categories in the calendar. is it possible to do this with smartermail or can it be made an available feature.?

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Matt Petty Replied
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Calendar Color among other settings can be found via
User Settings > Calendar Settings > Calendars tab
 
Matt Petty
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Sorry Matt, not answered... what you described was the individual calendar colouring. What i was meaning was changing the colour of individual events within the calendars, such as categorising a calendar event, not the calendar itself.
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Matt Petty Replied
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The only solution at the moment would be to relate these categories to creating a calendar and color the new calendars as they wish. 
Could submit a feature request for the individual colorization of events that does sound like a neat feature. Would be interesting to get other people feedback on that.
Matt Petty
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www.smartertools.com
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The request then, would be to select a colour for the calendar entry which would have no other relevance than to change the colour of the entry to distinguish it from another entry next to it.
 Or add a category to that calendar entry which would have a colour that is also selectable, so a list of categories that could be added by the user and those could allow selection of colours, again to distinguish one entry from another.

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