Currently the Scheduler does not provide an opportunity for splitting very large datasets into portions via paging or virtual scrolling. This leads to decreased performance when a very large amount of resources needs to be rendered in the same view.
Please introduce virtual scrolling and/or built-in paging capabilities to resolve the performance issues.
Add Timeline Month View for Timelines like in jQuery
Provide an auto event height functionality in order to display the entire content of the event in the Moth view:
Provide the possibility to dynamically change the height of the slots in Month view, in order to fit the events in the specific slot:
Please provide a feature like the following: https://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/scheduler/examples/creatingappointmentswithdraganddrop/defaultcs.aspx
Thanks and regards
Currently, the Scheduler seems to be splitting out overnight shifts, sometimes across two separate weeks in the Agenda view.
Also, my end times are shown as 00:00. Both of these are a problem because we need to show overnight shifts as a single shift, and we need to show the end time along with the start time.
we have the need, to implement custom timeline views for the scheduler which shows a month and quarter timeline view.
This is currently not possible because the TimelineViewModule is not exporting the TimelineMultiDayViewComponent.
We request, to add this component to the exports and provide an updated dev version of the scheduler published to npm so that we can continue soon.
Currently the scheduler lacks built in capabilities to handle holidays or, disabling arbitrary days.
The idea is to provide an array of holidays (date and title for example) and have the scheduler automatically disable this dates and properly highlight them in all views so the user is aware he/she can't create events in those.
My team has identified a need for a sticky header on the scheduler. Essentially when scrolling down through a large scheduler, we would like an option for the header to be "sticky" or remain visible atop the scheduler as you scroll. We are unsure how difficult this would be, but allowing users to retain the resource reference regardless of how far they scroll would be very helpful!!! If this is not descriptive enough please feel free to let me know, and I can find some examples!
The Month View in the Scheduler displays 6 weeks, and we sought to change this to just the 4 weeks in the current month, rather than showing 1.5 - 2 weeks of the following month as well. Could it possibly be made configurable to set the number of weeks, or perhaps a toggle to enable/disable extra days/weeks that are not in the current month?
are you planning on implementing the feature to select multiple events and drag them onto another date, like it is possible in jQuery?
Or should I open a new Feature Request?
Modify the Kendo-recurrence-editor with the Frequency field. The current Kendo-recurrence-editor does not provide the flexibility of configuring an event multiple times in a day. For example, if there is a requirement to schedule an event twice a day, there is no way to do it.
Kendo Recurrence Editor -
Required Kendo Recurrence Editor(Frequency field added and it will be visible for all type of occurrence other than 'Never') -
we request the feature, to have the possiblity, to create a new event, by doing a slot click + dragging the mouse + release to create a new event.
Can we expect this feature or do you can suggest a workaround using existing functionality to get a similar functionality?
Hello! My team has identified a need for an extended hours indicator for the scheduler, hopefully this is the correct place to put in a feature request! Essentially, my team would like the ability to indicate that appointments exist for the current day, but those appointments are outside of the standard set working hours and thus not shown on the scheduler. On the below screenshot of a different scheduler, an arrow is circled in red on the bottom. That arrow indicates that there is an appointment outside the current viewed schedule for that day. Would you be open to implementing a feature like this one day?