Create series of Events

by reox   Last Updated January 06, 2018 18:07 PM

I've got the following task: i have a site which should be used as a kind of team calendar. there are lots of people in different roles (moderator, member) and moderators can create events (in my case ordinary nodes with time field) and members can now leave comments. there is not much more functionallity behind it, so no subscription, ... for events.

the problem i'm facing right now is the creation of events. normal events which occur once in a time are no problem, but there are much events that happen in a periodic time interval, e.g. every week.

so i need a possibility to create such a series but have them all as seperate nodes, to be able to edit individual dates. think about this scenario: the regular meeting x is scheduled every sunday from 10:00 to 12:00, but somehow it need to be changed in week 23 from 11:00 to 13:00.

is there a module for that?

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Answers 2


Basically you need recurring meetings like in outlook.

I think you will have to create a rule based on flags. The flag could be something like daily, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or yearly. Once an organiser selects the flag, rule should create nodes with meeting start time in future according to which flag was set.

Also give user an option to select # of events or end duration and you can put this check in your Rule as well to limit the events it creates.

ganesh
ganesh
January 14, 2013 18:56 PM

The Date Repeat Instance module will allow you to break out repeating events into separate nodes when you need it. Basically, you would just enable the Date Repeat Module and on your content type containing the date field, indicate on the date field configuration page, click to 'allow repeating dates'.

A Repeat Tab will appear on your node edit page where you can edit the individual repeating date instances on the node.

rwilson
rwilson
January 06, 2018 17:46 PM

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