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Looking for a calendar app with these particular functions

by cestlefun17 / August 21, 2015 1:10 PM PDT

I work for a university office that manages many different study abroad programs. I am looking for a calendar app that can handle all of the deadline, application openings, info sessions, auditions, etc. that we have for about a dozen programs throughout the year.

I am looking for an app with:

*the ability to create a hierarchy of multiple calendars. I want a calendar for each program. But I want to group multiple calendars as well: I want to be able to see just the calendar for our London Screenwriting Program, or I might want to see the calendars all three programs we are running in London. Ideally there would be a filter function (e.g. type "London" and it shows me all the London calendars)

*the ability to add an event to multiple calendars: We might have an info session where are discussing two different programs. I want to create one event but add it to both programs' calendars.

*the ability to create "sub-events" e.g. create a 4-hour block reserved for auditions, and as students sign up for 15-minute slots, i can choose to see the event as either 1 4-hour event or select a drop down to view in detail the parts where students have signed up (and who they are)

*the ability for students to reserve blocks of space (see above)

*the ability to view items as a list, preferably with a filter function (e.g. type "application deadline" and it shows me the deadline for each program's application)

*a web-based application that can be accessed anywhere, on PC, Mac, or mobile

I know it's a tall order, but are there any apps you know of that meet most, if not all, of these requirements?

Thanks!

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The only one I saw came close was all custom.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / August 21, 2015 1:21 PM PDT

It was not off the shelf. It was some corporate calendar system that was part of a million buck ERP system.

Maybe your school has a CompSci department and you could have them develop such a thing?

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Calendars R Us :), have you found your calendar solution yet
by miketaylormedia / October 19, 2015 7:45 PM PDT

Cestlefun17, have you found your calendar solution yet?

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