We have added a Calendar widget within the Clearspace 2.0's "project" functionality. Additionally, you can easily embed externally accessible calendars (Google Calendar) into a space via the HTML widget
I can't wait to check it out.
With Google calendar HTML embed, I am having problems with the "accessible" calendar part...
Hope someone can help me?
When rendering the page in everyone else's view, it prints a "you do not have permissions" on the calendar - which is probably an issue on the Google side - but I was just wondering if anyone has found an easy work around, or if I am just doing something stupid (most likely
Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
To allow anyone and everyone access to the embed Google calender, you'll need to change the calender's settings to share with public. This can be enabled by selecting the Google calendar -> Calender Settings -> Calender Address: Change sharing settings -> Make this public. Note: that users won't be able to make changes to it unless they have been specifically given permission.
Hope this helps. -Long
A quick question about Google Calendars. The "embed" code I'm adding to an HTML widget is straight from the calendar page (All on one line, I added line breaks for "readibility"):
<iframe src="http://www.google.com/calendar/embed ?height=600&wkst=1&bgcolor=%23FFFFFF&src=***owner***%40gmail.com &color=%232952A3&ctz=America%2FLos_Angeles" style="border-width:0" width="100%" height="600" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
I only made one change. I changed the width="800" to width="100%" to fill the widget space in Clearspace.
**owner** is the Owner of the google calendar in question.
In the Clearspace page, I can see the calendar, navigate around, etc, but no events I enter on the calendar (as **owner**) are visible.
Does anybody have the Google Calendar working, and would you be willing to share the "html" you added to the widget?
Turns out this is a Google problem, and I'm working the issue there. I'll add a reply here when I get it working, just for continuity....
We ended up going with jotlet.net calendars rather than fight the Google security issue. After all, jotlet is part of jive now, and this seems to be a smarter direction to go in the future, as integration will only get better.... :)
I just wanted to ask whether there is a possibility to use a calendar, which is directly integrated in Jive.
Okay I know you can use the Google-calendar or Jotlet-calendar, but I don´t want to use an online calendar in order to transfer the calendar entries from one platform to another.
Especially those people who don´t have such accounts e.g. in Google they are not willing to create a further account only for the calendar functionality.
So is there a possibility to use a calendar with easy to use functionalities like (invitation management, adding calendar events ...).
Just like e.g. a personal blog where you can add your own new Blog posts.
Or maybe you have planned such a functionality in your next release?
Thank you for your reply in advance.