Why Do I Need It?

Fenorri Calendar allows adding business apps or TODO List items directly to your calendar. You can also create public or personal events/tasks. The calendar allows you to view other people's schedules. The purpose of the calendar is to make your work more organized. For instance, a TODO list item can contain a report/file/form/post/business app, and by scheduling it in the calendar, you will immediately know what you need to do and what resource do you need to use (for instance 'to review a report' with the actual report attached inside the calendar item).


Open your top menu and click on the 'Calendar' item:

The calendar has an interface where each user can plan their work schedule via drag-and-drop & configuration. You can manage your calendar and view other people's calendars (if access is granted).

Changing the View

You can change your calendar view by clicking one of the following:

Adding New Items

You can add an item by simply double-clicking anywhere in your calendar:

Drag-and-Drop Items Into Calendar

You can drag-and-drop business apps and TODO List items. Normally, it's easier to add a TODO List item, then add it to the calendar. That way you'll be sure that you know it's a task for you which can be scheduled. Dragging anything to the calendar is a simple process, and in the next section, you can see how it can be done from your TODO List.

Adding TODO List Item to Calendar

You can add a TODO List item to your calendar by simply drag-and-dropping it. Expand the TODO List container (found at the left side of the page inside your Calendar):

Then drag-and-drop an item directly to your calendar:

Your item will appear immediately inside your calendar:

You can now click and edit your calendar entry:

Moving Calendar Items

You can drag-and-drop any item inside the calendar to re-schedule it automatically:

Online Availability Status

Please note, you can also set your status inside your calendar item. For each calendar activity, you can have a separate status, which will be shown automatically during the time of that particular item is current. For instance, you can have a scheduled meeting and set in advance that your status is 'Do not disturb'. Inside your calendar, click on any item and set your availability status:

Meetings, Events, etc.

You can see your events inside the calendar:

You can click on it to edit the settings for your event:

Inside the editing dialogue, you will be able to change your response by selecting 'Attending', 'Not attending' or 'Maybe'. You can also set your online status for that event so that the system will automatically display the status you've selected (e.g. 'Busy').

Click here to learn more about Events

View other people's calendar

You can view another person's calendar inside your by opening your calendar and then selecting the persons you wish to view at the bottom of the page:

Please note, you can only view a calendar from the person who allowed you to have the access. You can also view the calendar of a person directly reporting to you.

Privacy Settings

You can set your calendar's access control by pressing the following button:

You will see a dialogue displaying various options for your calendar:

To allow everyone in your organization to view your calendar, select 'All users'.

To limit the access only to your department colleagues, select 'Only my department'.

To restrict the access only to the people following you, select 'Only users which are following me'.

Another option, 'Only my department, other users of my groups and users which are following me', allows limiting the access to your department colleagues, members of the groups you are part of, and people who are following you.

To restrict access to only specific users, select 'Only the following users' and list your colleagues by typing in their names and selecting them.

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