By default, a calendar view will have one header above each column, with a default value based on the duration of the column. If you want to deviate from this default, you can use Time Headers. For example, you can create a week view with columns that span one hour, and a double time header: one for the day and one for each hour. This is shown in the screenshot below.
The Slot Label Format field on view is overwritten by time headers. If you want to add a time header that uses the Slot Label Format, pick 'Cell' for the Grouping.
|Time Header Name||The name of the Time Header. Descriptive names make it easier to identify them.|
The amount of time that one Header will span on the calendar. Available options are:
Cell: the same size as one cell on the calendar.
Hour: one hour.
Day: one day.
Week: one week, leave the Header Label Format empty for week numbers.
Month: one month.
Quarter: one quarter, leave the Header Label Format empty for Q1, Q2 etc.
|Header Label Format||The text that is displayed in the label of each time column. You can use the following formats: Date & Time Format Tokens|
|View||The View this time header is displayed on.|
|Order||The order that the time headers are displayed in with the lowest number at the top.|
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