can we show Time vertically in Timeline view
Some schedules require appointments that exceed midnight (for discussion's sake, a company that operates night shifts to accommodate customers on the other side of the world). In this case I would like the "Monday" column to start at Monday 6pm to Tuesday 7am. This is instantly doable in WPF RadScheduleView by setting the property. I would expect this to be useful here as well, since there's an EndTime property it just needs to be expanded to display appointments correctly.
It will be fine to have a field "isReadOnly" on default scheduler datasource. This is to allow to share events like "public holidays", events of another users, ... or to prevent a user from changing an old event (according to business rules ...).
Scheduler should support template directives for the group header template option.
I had done a post for a new feature suggestion - http://kendoui-feedback.telerik.com/forums/127393-telerik-kendo-ui-feedback/suggestions/6261117-get-next-occurrence-of-a-recurring-event This was replied and closed. The suggestion is by no means useful. It DOES NOT achieve what we want. Both the suggestions requires using the scheduler widget and I clearly stated we don't want to use the widget. Also I don't want to get all the occurrences. I just need to get the next occurrence give a start date and an instance of the event. Better still it will be good if I can just provide the pattern and the start date to get the next first occurrence. This tells me when the next appointment is. Please also reference to the telerik ticket#: 843150
In date pickers in scheduler and occurence editor to easily be configured to show week numbers.
my dea is Timeline Month ,but no need to time phasing
Resources could be working for an organization or multiple organizations (i.e. doctor rounding multiple hospitals). It would help to have another level or multiple levels on top of Resources so they can be filtered. i.e. I can select Hospital A and then select all the doctors (resources) under Hospital A and look at all schedules for that resource.
Being able to highlight a specific date in the Scheduler (not necessarily today) that will be visible regardless of the view the user is using.
please provide us the scheduler with group by date not by resource
Create property set set text and style for "more items" button in month view, currently set to "..." my user requested to set to language specific text like '"more items". Create property to set which view the "more items" button will navigate too, currently set to day but for my project had to override it to agenda view.
A feature that allows the events in the Scheduler to have their ‘margin-bottom’ property assigned programmatically. This is required to support custom events with a border-width > 1px. Currently, the code calculating event position assumes the border-width on events will be 1px, and it works perfectly when that assumption is correct. Increasing the border-width results in events overlapping each other, which is something I’d like to avoid.
The RFC for iCal supports up to a recurrence at the second level. While I think that is too much, you should be supporting recurrence at the minute level. The Windows Task Scheduler supports this, as well as Linux/Unix Cron. If you are using the Scheduler Widget as a UI for a job/task scheduling system, then having the ability to schedule at the minute level is important. This is related to the feedback request to "Add hourly recurrence editor to Scheduler".
Currently we can edit recurrences for intervals equal or greater than a day but we can't create or edit an hourly recurrence. For example: I want to create a 30 min long event which gets repeated from 8:00 AM to 12:00 AM, every working day.
Currently, if you create a recurring event, then edit a single occurrence (make an exception), and then later edit the series, the exception will be lost. Let's say you've booked a room from 10 - 12 every Tuesday for the next year, then edit a single occurrence maybe two months ahead, and then later need to perhaps correct a spelling error in the series title. The edit you made to the single occurrence would then be lost, and that's not so easily spotted... I would suggest letting the user decide whether or not to delete exceptions from the series when the series is edited.