Considerations for Using Events and Calendars in Lightning Experience | Salesforce
Considerations for Using Events and Calendars in Lightning Experience
When you use events and calendars in Lightning Experience, keep in mind these considerations for creating, updating, and owning events and other calendar items.
Available in Lightning Experience in: Developer, Enterprise, Group, Performance, Professional, and Unlimited Editions
Your calendar doesn’t indicate the business hours you’ve selected in your personal settings.
No Recurring Events
You can’t create or edit recurring events. However, if a coworker uses Salesforce Classic to create a series of recurring events, you can view and edit the events in the series in Lightning Experience.
You can’t create a Microsoft® Outlook® appointment from a Salesforce event.
You can’t invite people to meetings, update events, accept or decline events, or view a list of invitees to an event. However, if someone creates a meeting in Salesforce Classic and invites you to it, it is displayed in your calendar.
The calendars in Lightning Experience have no month view or print view. You can’t hide weekends.
List View Filtering
No list views are available for filtering calendars based on the Events or Tasks objects. For calendars created from other objects, list views with the scope My and All are supported, but list views with the scope My Team are not.
Calendar Item Limit
You can view up to 150 calendar items total in the day or week view, including Salesforce events and the items on calendars you create. Suppose that you select a calendar containing enough items to push the total past the limit in that view. Lightning Experience displays an alert and hides items on other calendars.
Calendar Sharing and Ownership
You can’t share your calendar with your manager or other coworkers. Managers in the role hierarchy can use reports to view events owned by people below them in the role hierarchy, but not to edit them. Only one person can own a meeting. If you reassign a meeting to someone else, it no longer appears on your calendar.
Public Calendars and Resource Calendars
You can’t create public calendars or resource calendars, and you can’t view public calendars or resource calendars created in Salesforce Classic.
Lightning Experience doesn’t support Cloud Scheduler meeting requests.