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Add multi-day events
A multi-day event is an event, such as a conference or workshop, that takes place over the course of more than one day.
You add multi-day events the same way you add any other event but, in addition, you specify an end date and, optionally, an end time.
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How to add a multi-day event
Multi-day events on your published calendar
You can control how multi-day events display on your published calendars using the calendar view settings that you access on the Calendar Spuds tab in the Publishing Control Panel.
This section focuses on the 2 settings that affect the display of multi-day events the most: Include events that started in the past and Label ongoing events.
Tip The settings that affect multi-day events are not relevant for, and therefore not available with, all calendar views.
The following image shows a multi-day workshop, Making the perfect cup, displayed in a 3-column calendar view. The image illustrates the two most important settings related to multi-day events. You can find a description of each setting following the image.
Include events that started in the past
Assume you're viewing the calendar on March 6, the second day of the Making the perfect cup workshop.
Even though the workshop started in the past, it still displays on the calendar because the Include events that started in the past calendar view setting is selected.
Tip For list-type views, such as List, Classic Table, Compact List, or 3 Column, selecting Include events that started in the past also means that multi-day events will be repeated in each event grouping (for example, week or month) in which they fall. Learn more about grouping options for calendar views.
Label ongoing events
To make it clear when events span multiple days, you can add labels to multi-day events. You can use the default label (Ongoing through), or, as shown here (and outlined in red in the calendar above), add your own custom label (Continues until).
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