Today we launched a set of new calendar-centric features for users on Pro plans, which includes record coloring, date ranges, and plotting multiple date fields on the same calendar view.
With record coloring, you can apply color to records based on the color of an associated single select field or set up custom filtering conditions.
With custom filtering conditions, you can make it so that certain records will automatically receive colors based on certain conditions—so you can call out overdue tasks, urgent bugs, big sales ops, or whatever else needs highlighting.
Record coloring is especially useful on calendar view, where it colors the entire card (but it works in other views too).
Select two different date fields in the date picker to define ranges in a calendar view. Just like single-date field record cards, you can pick up and move the card for a date range to reschedule, or click and drag on the ends to lengthen/shorten the duration.
Plot up to five single date fields and/or date ranges onto a single calendar view, when you need to see multiple deadlines and milestones or visually compare different date fields. You can give each date field/range a concise label to make discerning between your calendars easier—we recommend trying out emoji labels!
You can read more about all these features on our launch post.