This design element works for events lists and full/weekly view calendars. However, there are some variations.

To find this design item...

Step 1: After you log in, click on Calendars (brown box below).

The Your Calendars page will open.

Step 2: Choose the calendar you wish to modify (brown box below).

Step 3: Click on Design (brown box below).

Step 4: Click on Events (brown box below).

Step 5: Scroll down until you find the header Number of events.

To modify this design item...

Option 1: Show all events (brown box below)

Relevant for event lists and all calendar views.

***NOTE: Today is the 2nd of November.***

Choosing this option shows past, current, and future events.

As you can see below, hovering over the 1st of November (mouseover) in the full calendar view, displays a list of that day's events...even though that day is in the past.

Here's how that looks in weekly view:

Hovering over the 2nd of November in the full calendar view (mouseover), displays a list of the current day's events.

Hovering over the 3rd of November (mouseover) in the full calendar view, displays a list of events on a day in the future.

Option 2: Show only upcoming events (blue box below)

Relevant for event lists and all calendar views.

***NOTE: Today is the 2nd of November.***

Choosing this option shows current and future events only.

As you can see below, hovering over the 1st of November (mouseover) in the full calendar view, does not display a list of that day's events because that day is in the past.

Here's how that looks in weekly view:

Option 3: Show only upcoming events

Relevant for event lists ONLY.

***NOTE: Today is the 15th of November.***

Example 1: this option is toggled on to show 3 upcoming events (brown box below). Note that if there are more events on the 15th, they will not be displayed.

Example 2: this option is toggled on to show 5 upcoming events (brown box below). Note that a future date is included to bring the total to 5.

Click Save at the bottom of the column to save your changes.

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