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Calendar Events being in Chronological Order

Mon Mar 28, 2016 7:36 pm

This may not be a big deal, but as many events (especially EU) get rolling, the calendar can become semi confusing to see when events start. Is it possible to arrange the events instead of by thread creation time, to event starting time.

For example Wednesday has 4 events. They go:

Wheelmen Wednesday (10) 8:00PM EST
Helljumpers Practice (9) 10:00PM EST
Warzone Wednesday (EU) (4) 7:00PM GMT
Marathon Tuesday (4) 8:30PM EST.

Instead it would make more sense (to me)
Marathon Tuesday (ends into Wed Morning)
Warzone Wednesday (EU 7GMT)
Wheelmen Wednesday (8pm est)
Helljumpers (10est)
 
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Re: Calendar Events being in Chronological Order

Mon Mar 28, 2016 7:42 pm

It seems they're in the order in which they were created.
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Re: Calendar Events being in Chronological Order

Mon Mar 28, 2016 7:45 pm

I'll look into sorting them by start time, but it's best just to leave the end date blank when making an event. When you make it the next day, the calendar shows the event on both days, which is needlessly confusing. Just make the end date the same day or leave it blank.
 
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Re: Calendar Events being in Chronological Order

Mon Mar 28, 2016 7:46 pm

It is in the order of when they were created, I was seeing if there was a way to make it so its chronological in times of the event happening for when events get created out of order etc.

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