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-====== Date Management ====== +====== Event management ====== 
-===== How do I create dates? =====+===== How do I create an event? =====
  
 In the date module you can create via the link **Add a new date** a new date. In the following dialog you have various possibilities of what you can adjust for a date. In the simple approach, you give your date a **Title** and adjusts the **period** of the event to. If the event is over an entire day, then the checkbox **all day** can be activated. Here then no longer times can be entered. In the date module you can create via the link **Add a new date** a new date. In the following dialog you have various possibilities of what you can adjust for a date. In the simple approach, you give your date a **Title** and adjusts the **period** of the event to. If the event is over an entire day, then the checkbox **all day** can be activated. Here then no longer times can be entered.
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 When you create an event the option **Location** can be specified. The name of the location can be freely determined. Once here 2 or more words with at least 3 letters are given, the place will be later in the appointment display with [[http: //maps.google.de|Google Maps]] link. Here it is useful if the location information of real geographical features (eg roads, cities, famous shops / restaurants etc.) are corresponded. In addition to the link a registered user can directly calculate the route to this location with a click on the link.  When you create an event the option **Location** can be specified. The name of the location can be freely determined. Once here 2 or more words with at least 3 letters are given, the place will be later in the appointment display with [[http: //maps.google.de|Google Maps]] link. Here it is useful if the location information of real geographical features (eg roads, cities, famous shops / restaurants etc.) are corresponded. In addition to the link a registered user can directly calculate the route to this location with a click on the link. 
  
-===== How do I restrict the visibility of dates? =====+===== How do I restrict the visibility of events? =====
  
 I you do not want to show dates for all visitors of your  website, so you can specify in the date configuration the roles that are allowed to see the date. Normally, an date is always visible for all visitors and logged in users. I you do not want to show dates for all visitors of your  website, so you can specify in the date configuration the roles that are allowed to see the date. Normally, an date is always visible for all visitors and logged in users.
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 Here, however, can now be selected a role instead of **All (also Visitors)**. Then the date will not longer be shown to visitors and logged out users, but only registered users with valid login. It can be combined with further roles. Here, however, can now be selected a role instead of **All (also Visitors)**. Then the date will not longer be shown to visitors and logged out users, but only registered users with valid login. It can be combined with further roles.
  
-===== How can I sign up on dates? =====+===== How can I sign up on events? =====
  
 Before you can particpate to an event, it must be allowed at the date configuration. For this you activate the settings **Registration possible**.  Now logged-on users can sign up for participation at this date. Before you can particpate to an event, it must be allowed at the date configuration. For this you activate the settings **Registration possible**.  Now logged-on users can sign up for participation at this date.
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