I am using Airtable as a client directory. From this client directory table, I am trying to schedule individual clients inside the calendar. Since I want to save some time, I try to plan ahead and schedule my clients one or more weeks in advance, to stay ahead with my organisation. Naturally there are clients that get scheduled more than once in one week/month. Maybe a monday and wednesday, at specific times.
I cannot for the life of me figure out how to display the same item twice or more times inside the calendar without affecting the whole table. It seems as if I can only schedule one week, have to reenter all the date and time columns and do everything again once the week is over. That means I cannot plan ahead far enough for Airtables calendar to be useful.
I have found this: Employee Scheduling Template - Free to Use | Airtable
But lets be honest, its neither visual enough (not using the calendar at all) nor has the best ease of use.
Then I found this:
Which goes in the right direction, but would I refer this to someone who isn’t a power user, it would not get used at all or hacked to shreds.
So my question would be: Is it somehow become possible to schedule the same person twice or more times in a calendar (entry) without confusing collaborators or hacking the tables?
I looked all over and this question did get asked a lot in the past few years. But since its 2020 and Airtable does get a lot of great updates, I thought I’d try again. Maybe someone clever has come up with a solution.