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When you create a calendar in your Trumba account, you have an opportunity to define the calendar's relationship to other calendars in one of two different ways. You can make the calendar either a top-level calendar or a sub-calendar. This topic:
Top-level calendars versus sub-calendars
Top-level calendars and sub-calendars behave in exactly the same ways. The difference between them is purely visual, that is, how they appear in the calendar list in the Trumba Connect editing environment.
When to use sub-calendars
Sub-calendars make the most sense when you're publishing different categories of events. You can create a separate sub-calendar for each category.
Giving each category its own calendar makes it easier to manage the separate schedules and provides visual confirmation that all the schedules have to work together.
For example, suppose your organization offers product seminars.
What happens when you publish
When you publish an empty top-level calendar, on the Publish Settings page you can mix in the sub-calendars that contain events.
On the published calendar, each sub-calendar is a separate color so calendar visitors can easily distinguish one type of event from another.
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