How To Use The Calendar
We’ve created a simple video tutorial on how to use the calendar. If you’d prefer to see images and text, scroll down and enjoy!
We’ve got to admit…our calendar is not the most simple of calendars, but it is the most robust. Let us explain in both text and pictures.
You can see your team by clicking on the “filter users” button on the right side of the screen.
You can click on any one of your team members to see their calendars. Click on one or multiple at a time.
The calendar is composed of 5 different tabs. It’s important to understand what each facet of the calendar does so that you can effectively utilize it.
You’ll see 5 options on the right side of the page:
- New Task
- Filter Users
- Calendar Plugins
New Task –
You can create a new task just like you would on your “to-do” list by clicking on this tab.
Filter Users –
By clicking this tab you are able to look at the individual calendar of each one of your team members to see what they have coming up. Just click on their profile picture and you will immediately see what they have coming up!
What you see on this calendar are all of your tasks that appear on your current “To-Do” list with their associated due dates. You can also edit the details of a task by clicking on the task as it’s shown in the calendar view.
For teams and businesses that want to keep track of their time, this is where the time entries appear. A user can click on the day and make a time entry. Other time entries that have been made elsewhere in Yalla will show up as well.
Calendar Plugins –
This calendar can be synced with your other calendars so that you can pull in items from those calendars to your Yalla events calendar.
These calendar plugins are items that you’d like to put on your calendar that will in no way be tied to a priority. Things that might go on this calendar might be things like putting yourself out for vacation or going to your kid’s baseball game. Think of this calendar as something similar to your Google or Outlook calendar. These are just events that are not considered priorities that you have to get done and checked off.