You can add events to your Trumba® calendars that recur on a daily, weekly, monthly, or annual basis. Repeating events don't have to occur every day or every week. For example, you can set up an event that repeats every 7th week on Thursday. Or, you can set up an event that occurs every 5th day.
Once a repeating event is set up, you can change the event title, location, start time, duration, end date, notes, and Web link. You can apply the changes to just one event in the repeating series or to all future events in the series.
You can't change the recurrence pattern for a repeating event after you set it up. If you want to change the pattern, delete all occurrences of the original event and create a new repeating event.
Important If you're setting up the repeating event with event registration, you choose whether calendar visitors register for individual occurrences of the event, every occurrence from first to last, or all occurrences in the future. To help avoid conflicts, with every occurrence from first to last or all future occurrences, the Change options don't appear on the Event Registration tab. In these cases, changes to registration information are automatically kept in sync across either every occurrence of the event or all occurrences in the future, respectively. Learn more.
If a repeating event is canceled or you no longer want to attend, you can delete the entire series just one specific instance, or all instances from a specific date forward.
You add a repeating event the same way you add any other event to a calendar but, in addition, you set up a recurrence pattern.
Tip To set up a quarterly event, for Repeat, choose Monthly. Choose the day of the month on which the event occurs, and then, for every, choose 3rd month.
Note Even when you select No End Date, there are limits to how far into the future recurring events can last. Daily or weekly events have a 2 year limit. Monthly events have a 20 year limit. Annual events have a 200 year limit.
When you update a repeating event, you can apply the changes to only one specific event in the series or to a specific event and all events that follow. For example, for a weekly event that starts on May 2 and ends on May 30, you can change just the event for May 16. Or, you can change the event for May 16 and all subsequent events, in this case, May 23 and May 30.
Tip You can't edit the recurrence pattern for an event. To change the pattern, delete the series and create a new repeating event.
For example, if you want to change the date of just one event in the series, open that event. For Start, choose the new date.
Tip If you have set up a recurring event and you want to delete all the events from a specific date forward, open any instance that occurs before the date that you want the event to end. Change the end date to the date that you want the event to end, and then, for Change, click This and future events in the repeating pattern.
You can delete one instance in a repeating series, the entire series, or all instances from a specific date forward.