Todaybutton takes you back to the current date from wherever you are.
Pending responseyou see events to which you have been invited but haven't answered yet, and when you filter by
“Will attend”, you will be shown events that you have confirmed that you will attend. However, if you select to filter by
“Will not attend”, it will also show you the events which you confirmed you will not be attending to. The
“Maybe”option will show you the events that you have decided you may be able to attend to.
There is no list view in the
Calendar module - use the calender view (see above) instead.1)
Each task is assigned to a workspace. You can select the appropriate workspace here. Check
Apply Workspace to Subtasks to apply this setting for all subtasks of this task as well.
In this section you can assign one or more tags to a task.
This option allows you to describe the content of this object.
If you want to repeat the same event on different dates (like a weekly meeting or a birthday) you can define an event as a repeating event. (This is very similar to defining a repeating task.)
yearly. To convert a repeating event back to a normal event simply set this dropdown menu to
This Day Only.
To ensure that people don't forget an event you can define reminders, consisting of e-mail notifications or pop-up alerts. (This is very similar to defining reminders for tasks.)
Choose the type of reminder (
Pop-up message) and the timeframe (in
Weeks). By checking
Apply to all subscribers these reminders will be sent not only to the invited people but to all users who have subscribed to this event as well. You can define as many reminders for an event as you like.
Please note: Feng Office will not prevent you from defining several identical reminders.
In this section, you will have the option to set your own new properties depending on your needs.
This section allows you to edit the subscribers options.
This section allows you to link objects to a task (and unlink them as well).
This section will let you invite users to this event trough an automatically sent email notification and/or by subscribing them to this event.
When you create an event you have to decide which users you want to invite. In addition, you can choose to send invitations by e-mail.
PLEASE NOTE: Which users you are able to invite depends on the workspace the event belongs to.3)
Inviting people has two consequences:
PLEASE NOTE: As of Feng Office 1.0 there is no list where you can see who has been invited, who will attend and who has declined.4) The only way to see the invitation status of a user is to filter the calendar by this user (
By user), where the status is indicated by an icon:
The user has not answered this invitation yet.
The user will attend (he answered “yes”).
The user is undecided (he answered “maybe”).
The user will not attend (he answered “no”).
Feng Office provides importing and exporting features that support most thrid-party Calendars, and two-way synchronization with Google Calendar.
In case you would like to import events to Feng Office, you first have to go to the client, project or workspace where you would like to import your events to, and then go to the 'Calendar' tab and select the 'Import' option as shown below:
Then you will be directed to the following page:
Lastly you would have to select the file containing your Google Calendar events and click the 'Import' button.
If you would like to export your Feng Office events, you would have to go to the ‘Calendar’ tab and click on 'Import/Export' > 'Export' as shown below:
Next screen will be as following:
Here you would have to select the date range of the exportation, and a name for the Calendar, and finally click on 'Export'.
This will generate an iCalendar file, which you may import anywhere it is supported.
Feng Office supports (Starting with 2.0) two-ways synchronization with Google Calendar.
Here are the details on how to Synchronize with Google Calendar
While there are reports of adaptations to other calendars ((like Microsoft Outlook, Mozilla Sunbird/Lightning, and Apple iCal) these are still not part of the Standard Feng Office Editions.