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2. About the interface


This tab shows your monthly appointments. This is the default view of your calendar. You will be prompted with the choice to see your calendars in monthly, weekly, or summary form by holding down on the Monthly tab on the bottom left side of the interface.

You can look at past and future months by swiping left and right. If you click on the ‘Monthly’ button again, it will return to the current month.

The ‘Monthly’ view is good for a general view of your schedule. You can anticipate upcoming appointments and adjust future plans based on how busy (or free) you are.






"Weekly schedule" will appear by pressing and holding on the 'Monthly' tab.

The ‘Weekly’ tab displays your schedule weekly. Swiping left and right allows you to access past and future weeks. If you click on the ‘Weekly’ tab, it returns you to the current week. 'Weekly' view is recommended for those who want to organize time-sensitive plans based on priority.




"Summary schedule" will appear by pressing and holding on the 'Monthly' tab.

In this tab, all events from all calendars are automatically listed in chronological order. The ‘Summary' tab is especially useful for searching for events created or edited by other users of other shared calendars.




In TimeTree, you can save notes or tentative events with the keep function. All your keep memos can be found under this tab. You can also add comments and photos to each list.

All members of your currently selected calendar will get 'N' marks in the app as well as their notifications, each time someone adds or edits their notes.

I you wanted to share a to-do list, you could create a list of tasks and add symbols to indicate whether or not a task has been completed (i.e.: sweep floor ✔︎).




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Feed is useful for finding new changes or comments on events. If a member of the calendar you're currently viewing edits or comments on an event, there will be an ‘N’ mark on the side menu. Feed is sorted in chronological order - most recent appearing first in the list.





As you get used to TimeTree, you can color-code your events. Rename the labels to anything you like! The calendar below has ‘school’, ‘work’, ‘health’, ‘socializing’, ‘dates’, etc. TimeTree auto generates a pie chart of how you are spending your time if you click on the name of the calendar in ‘Monthly’ view. For example, if your goal is to exercise more, then you could try to increase the time spent on “health”. Neat, eh? You can also share your graph with friends and family members!



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