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How would I set up a page showing, say, a Team Calendar, with a Day view, but with event owners on the left axis instead of hours-of-day? I think a good example of this need is a typical staff schedule.
In confluence I presently have a large, simple table of 30 people who are covering a set of site offices. My existing table is depicted below. I'd like to use some sort of calendar tool, with the day-of-week across the top and the list of users down the the left side, for simplicity. In team calendars I can't find any sort of control to set what data to show on the calendar axes besides the defaults -- hours on left when days are on top. It would also be helpful to be able to customize the number of weeks to show along the top, so I could display two weeks instead of only one.
I don't actually have #'s in my existing table, but guess that events in tools like Team Calendar like to show the title of the event, so I've shown it like this. Alice covers site #1, Bill site #4, and so on. (Each person edits this page and sets their own hours). So, having the ability to control what and how data is displayed on axes and in event cells is what I need.
It's almost easier to just use my simple static table instead of a calendar widget, but we really need to be able to plan months in advance and be able to page through the weeks. Suggestions?
Mon Tues Weds Thurs Fri
Alice. #1, 8a-3p #1, 8a-3p
Bill #4, 11a-5p #4 8a-3p
Carl #3, 9a-4p. #3, 8a-2p