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By default, a calendar view will have one header above each column, with a default value based on the duration of the column. If you want to deviate from this default, you can use Time Headers. For example, you can create a week view with columns that span one hour, and a double time header: one for the day and one for each hour. This is shown in the screenshot below.
Create a Time Header
- Navigate to the View record for which you want to modify the time headers.
- Go to the Time Headers related list.
- Click New.
- Fill out the details for the Time Header. For more detailed information on each field, see the Time Header field information table at the bottom of this article.
- Click Save.
- The time header should now appear for this View.
The Slot Label Format field on view is overwritten by time headers. If you want to add a time header that uses the Slot Label Format, pick 'Cell' for the Grouping.
Time Header field information
|Time Header Name||The name of the Time Header. Descriptive names make it easier to identify them.|
The amount of time that one Header will span on the calendar. Available options are:
Cell: the same size as one cell on the calendar.
Hour: one hour.
Day: one day.
Week: one week, leave the Header Label Format empty for week numbers.
Month: one month.
Quarter: one quarter, leave the Header Label Format empty for Q1, Q2 etc.
|Header Label Format||The text that is displayed in the label of each time column. You can use the following formats: Date & Time Format Tokens|
|View||The View this time header is displayed on.|
|Order||The order that the time headers are displayed in with the lowest number at the top.|