Last Updated: 22 Jan 2019 12:40 by ADMIN
Stefan Nenchev
Created on: 18 Oct 2017 14:01
Category: Calendar & Scheduling
Type: Feature Request
Calendar: Add possibility to change default time period range
By default, the RadCalendar in DayView mode starts at midnight which is not very intuitive for all scenarios. The native controls expose APIs to control the starting time so we can consider exposing StartTime/EndTime properties for the users to control.
Posted on: 22 Jan 2019 12:40
Hello guys,

RadCalendar provides the option to set Day Start and End times through DayViewSettings, for more details check DayView topic in our documentation.

Currently, scrolling to specific time is still not implemented, you could cast you vote for this feature and track its status at the link below:

Progress Telerik
Posted on: 16 Jan 2019 01:04
Is this still being worked on? I would have thought this would be the default use case. Midnight is not a useful time period to start with.
Stefan Nenchev
Posted on: 02 Mar 2018 11:56
Hi All,

As advised, currently the functionality of setting Start/End Time of the DayView is available through custom renderers.  We have included the scenario where you can keep the default Start/End time and programmatically scroll to a specific event/hour. We have plans to introduce scheduling functionality(planned for R3) and this feature request will most probably be part of the overall task. 
Posted on: 05 Feb 2018 17:14
We're evaluating Telerik right now... This could be a show stopper for us.  Please consider enhancing.
Craig Neblett
Posted on: 22 Dec 2017 18:19
Yes. This. It's the first thing my users are going to complain about.
Posted on: 13 Dec 2017 20:08
Agree with Glenn
Posted on: 19 Oct 2017 05:18
Since there's been an example of adjusting the start/end time by having the calendar only show the hours from 8am to midnight for instance, that is not what's really needed. What's needed is the ability to have a calendar with the full day, but to have the viewport start at for instance 8am,or the current time, etc.