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Changing view day/week/month view

Changing view day/week/month view

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Old 12th April 2012, 22:15
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Default Changing view day/week/month view

I use a user-calendar "department" for scheduling appointments for my collegues. I make a new appointment in this calendar (which is visible for a lot of people) and i sent an invitation to the collegue.

At that moment in the day/week/month view in the "department" calendar, is shows the appointment including the text "department".

When I use another view, for example, list with all appointments, "department" is not visible.

Is it possible to change the day/week/month view so it doesn't show "department"?
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